and Duchess Camilla are winding down their tour of Scandinavia as they tour Denmark in the final leg of their Scandinavian tour that has taken them to Norway, Sweden and Denmark.
On March 25, 2012 Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla spent their Sunday visiting St Albans Anglican Church in Copenhagen, where they planted a tree together, attended a Sunday Service and signed a visitor’s book.
Charles and Camilla both wore grey, with Charles donning a double-breasted pin-striped grey suit and Camilla wore a grey and white polka dotted dressed, topped with a cream colored coat with dot motif, accessorizing with a fur-trimmed hat, matching brown suede boots and leather gloves.
When they arrived yesterday March 24, 2012 at Kastrup Airport in Copenhagen, Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla were welcomed by Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark and his Australian-born wife Princess Mary. Prince Charles was also very chivalrous (or continental) as he kissed the hand of Princess Mary!
For their flight, Charles and Camilla wore grey, with Camilla wearing a charcoal grey overcoat, while Princess Mary donned a red and cream floral dress, topped with a deep red coat with elbow-length sleeves.
While in Sweden, Charles and Camilla met with the Swedish royal family, namely, King Carl XVI Gustaf, Queen Silvia, Princess Madeleine, Prince Carl Philip, Crown Princess Victoria and her husband Prince Daniel, Duke of Vastergotland, when they visited the Royal Palace on March 23, 2012 in Stockholm.
The same day, Charles visited the St Erik’s Housing Development, the Swedish Resilience Centre where King Gustav and he drank tea together that was heated up with Ethanol, an alternative to fossil fuels.
While the boys sipped tea, Camilla spent quality time with Queen Silvia visiting the British International Primary School, also in Stockholm.
On Thursday March 22, Camilla and Prince Charles visited the Fryshuset Youth Centre in Stockholm to see some basketball as well as skateboarding, along with Queen Silvia of Sweden.
Yet another grey coat on Camilla – this time with a plaid trim on the collar and pockets, while Queen Silvia donned a cream skirt suit with black bow detail on the back.
The same day, Prince Carl Philip of Sweden joined Camilla and Prince Charles at Arlanda Airport, where Charles was treated to getting into the cockpit of a Gripen fighter jet but boys will be boys…
On the last day of their trip to Norway, Prince Charles and Camilla watched a wood splitting demonstration during a visit to Bryggen Wharf on March 21 in Bergen, Norway. Camilla donned beiges and browns, while Charles topped his grey suit off with a camel coat. See, the royal couple definitely tried to coordinate their outfits!
Prince Charles also had a bit of a chuckle as he was greeted by a group of people in the crowd donning British Royals masks while they visited Bryggen Wharf in Bergen.
Meanwhile, with brolly in hand, Camilla visited Granebo Outdoor Nursery School in Oslo on March 21, along with Queen Sonja.
During an official dinner on March 20 with Queen Sonja and King Harald of Norway at the Norwegian Royal Palace in Oslo, Camilla wore a deep blue velvet dress, accessorizing with turquoise and diamond necklace and earrings, while Queen Sonja wore a cobalt blue dress (ah, my favorite color!).
Earlier that day, dressed in their purple and orchid pink suits, respectively, Duchess Camilla and Queen Sonja visited the Nobel Peace Centre in Oslo, beribboned giftbags in hand as they left the facility.
The ladies also joined their husbands Prince Charles and King Harald at a wreath laying ceremony at the National Monument at Akershus Fortress, covering up with woolen coats – a charcoal one for Camilla and a matching pink sleeveless one for Sonja.
By the way, just like for Princess Catherine on St Patrick’s Day, the Duchess of Cambridge, a soldier fainted – face first – upon Camilla and Charles’ arrival. Yes, that had to hurt!
Enjoy the slideshow of Camilla and Charles in Scandinavia and thanks for reading…