The Duchess of Cornwall invited sick children to decorate the Christmas tree at Clarence House in London on December 14th. The terminally ill children helped the Duchess decorate the tree and afterwards, she served them lunch.
The Duchess of Cornwall invited terminally ill children from the Helen and Douglas House hospice in Oxfordshire and Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s charity to help decorate the Christmas tree at Clarence House as part of an annual tradition. She knelt down to help the children put on the decorations; ‘You tell me where you want me to put it.’ She complemented Neive Trainor, six, who suffers from seizures ‘Well what a beautiful curtsy, and your lovely red shoes. They are gorgeous.‘ The Duchess also served the children in the Library, handing out plates of sausages and mash, as well handing out goodie bags to the children.
The Duchess of Cornwall wore an emerald green Bruce Oldfield dress with her everyday pearl pendent earrings.
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