Camilla and Prince Charles arrived in Jordan on November 16 and spent two days with Queen Rania and King Abdullah II of Jordan, bringing attention to lots of charitable causes. The Duchess of Cornwall made headlines for her lovely wardrobe choices as they were big hits with royal fans. For example, Twitter user @AlisonJGriffin wrote “The Duchess of Cornwall looks amazing!
Then on November 18, the British royal couple travelled to Cairo, Egypt.
Charles and Camilla were met by the Egyptian President and First Lady, President Abdel Fattah El Sisi and First Lady Entissar Amer.
Today on November 19, the Duchess of Cornwall met rescue donkeys at Brooke Veterinary Hospital, in Cairo.
For this occasion, Camilla wore a mint green knee-length dress, which looked nice and light, perfect for the hot weather out in Egypt.
Camilla was also wearing her staple camel-hued shoes from Sole Bliss.
She is known to be a big fan of the ‘Ingrid’ heels in caramel leather.
Featuring a round-toe heel for wide feet, they are designed to provide expert comfort with a fashionable twist.
Sole Bliss is a brand that constructs shoes for women that suffer from bunions and other foot problems.
Chris Wainwright said: “Great pictures and thanks for highlighting the critical work the Brooke family undertakes in Egypt and all around the world.”
Meanwhile, royal watcher Lily Spore simply wrote: “I love her!”
Camilla is the patron of the charity set in Egypt in 1934 to treat and rehome rescues war horses.
Animal welfare is a key concern for Camilla, who has championed many animal rights causes during her time as a Royal Family member.