The Duchess of Cornwall carried out a series of engagements in Bristol on February 14th. She attended a tea party, took to the dance floor, and met survivors of domestic abuse, before taking a stroll down and visiting stores in North Street.
The Duchess of Cornwall started her day in Bristol at the Trinity Community Centre, where she attended a tea party and met Royal Voluntary Service beneficiaries. The Duchess took to the dance floor, enjoying a swing dance with Graeme Puckett of dance troupe Hoppin’ Mad and Royal Photographer Arthur Edwards.
Later, the Duchess was in tears as she heard the stories of victims of domestic abuse at Women’s Aid in Bristol. The Duchess surprised shoppers during a walk down North Street, where she visited independent stores, including Zaras Chocolates and Southville Deli.