Camilla wows in white kaftan for dinner with Queen Rania during Middle East Royal tour


    Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, and Prince Charles have started their Middle East Royal tour with a trip to Jordan. This is their first official visit outside of Europe since coronavirus restrictions were lifted. 

    On the first day of the Middle East Royal tour, the Duchess of Cornwall attended a dinner hosted by King Abdullah II and Queen Rania Al-Abdullah at the Al Husseiniya Palace in Amman, Jordan.

    For the occasion, Camilla opted for a very different look: a chic white kaftan dress fans hadn’t seen before.

    The long gown featured long sleeves, a V-neck and a subtle embroidered pattern. 

    Camilla combined the dress with a pair of elegant gold stilettos.

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    The Duchess of Cornwall finished the outfit with a silver clutch.

    She was also seen carrying a pastel pink scarf which she may need during her stay in the Middle East.

    Camilla wore her hair in her signature platinum blow-dry and was seen sporting some jewellery for the event.

    The Duchess was donning a pair of long drop earrings. 


    For makeup, Camilla went for a glam look as she opted for a smokey eye and red lipstick.

    She looked very sophisticated to attend the elegant dinner gala at Al Husseiniya Palace.

    The Duchess was all smiles while talking to Queen Rania as she greeted her before the event. 

    Queen Rania of Jordan donned a beautiful pastel pink kaftan dress which she combined with her Dior gold shade sequin pumps.

    Wendy Blais commented: “They both look gorgeous.”

    On the first day of their Middle East tour, Camilla and Prince Charles arrived at Queen Alisa International Airport in Amman, Jordan, where they were welcomed by the Royal Jordanian Guard, before being greeted by Britain’s Ambassador to Jordan and a team of defence staff.

    The couple then met Queen Rania and King Abdullah. 

    They spent the day at the Queen Rania Family and Children Centre before heading to dinner at Husseiniya Palace. 


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