29 June 2017

Royal Tour of Canada: Arrival in Nunavut

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The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall arrived in Iqaluit, Nunavut on Thursday to begin a three-day official tour of Canada, and both parties wore interesting accessories during the first day of engagements.




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Charles and Camilla attended an official welcome ceremony at Nunavut Legislative Assembly on their arrival, followed by a women and wellness event and a community feast event at Sylvia Grinnel Territorial Park.


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Camilla wore her favorite pearl earrings with the large floral stud, plus a single-stranded pearl necklace and the Lily of the Valley Brooch that once belonged to the Queen Mother. The brooch, which was made by Faberge, was given to the Queen Mum by Nikita Khrushchev.


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She also stacked on a few bracelets and wore her wedding and engagement rings.


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Charles also brought a small accessory of his own: a teeny-tiny gold pin in (I think!) the shape of a maple leaf.


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And during the community feast, he modeled a pair of stylish snow glasses. Very chic, Charlie!