The Duchess of Cornwall played her role in breaking the patriarchy & # 39; shy by a & # 39; feminist coconut & # 39; to try.
During a visit to the inspiring Mulberry School for girls in East London, Camilla was asked to try to overthrow coconuts with themes such as stereotyping and oppression and managed to & & # 39; objectivity & # 39; to overthrow.
& # 39; Well, that's something, & # 39; Camilla scratched, suffering from a seasonal insect, with a knowing smile.
The duchess, 72, also cut a stylish figure when she stepped out into a black blazer, favorite tartan skirt and beige blouse.
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The Duchess of Cornwall, 72, was completely smiling when she went to the Mulberry School for Girls in East London today – and even stroked a black dog
Camilla, who cut a stylish figure in a black blazer and beige blouse, got to see some fantastic artworks from the children
The duchess also managed to make a & # 39; coconut & # 39; to hit with the label & # 39; smash the patriarchy & # 39 ;, which incites her to & # 39; well, that's something & # 39;
The royal gaze also looked relaxed while enjoying an afternoon tea with the students
The 1,400 school is connected to the Women of the World (WOW) Festival of which HRH is president and the day was organized around the theme & # 39; Partnership of Equals & # 39; to explore.
Associate professor Vanessa Ogden is also a Trustee of the WOW Foundation.
During her tour, Camilla saw art focused on female empowerment and watched a Shakespearean-inspired performance of the Mulberry Theater Company in which the gender roles are reversed, which was performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival earlier this year, before participating in a round table discussion about problems discussed during the game.
She also met the & # 39; therapy dog & # 39; from the school, a Scotts Terrier named Winnie – specially dressed for the occasion in her own, personalized school uniform.
& # 39; I would like to take you home, & # 39; said Camilla from Winnie. who works with students with special educational needs and brought the royal visit in her stride.
The duchess beamed as she admired the children's artworks and looked at their art lesson
Camilla was also photographed as she exchanged words with one of the students while talking about her stunning photo
Before she left, the Duchess was treated to students singing a Scottish national anthem, & # 39; Wild Mountain Thyme & # 39; Mulberry School for Girls pioneers high-quality education for girls and women locally, nationally and globally. The cornerstone of their work is developing trust, creativity, leadership and the love of learning to break through cycles of poverty and unemployment through training opportunities.
WOW festivals started in the UK in 2010, launched by Jude Kelly at Southbank Center London, where she was artistic director.
They celebrate women and girls, look frankly at what is preventing them from reaching their potential, raise awareness globally of the problems they face and discuss solutions together.
To date, WOW has reached more than two million people in 17 countries on five continents on more than 65 festivals – and it is growing – including in Australia, Brazil, China, Finland, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Somaliland, UK and the US.
The royal was photographed holding a bouquet of flowers while greeting the students at the school before crossing the threshold to view an art lesson.
Camilla enjoyed a delicious afternoon tea with the children and beamed while admiring their artworks.
Camilla also shared a few affectionate words with the students at the school, who participated in the Women of the World festival in 2012, of which she is patron saint
After the visit, according to The Crown Chronicles, the duchess is expected to appear at The Royal Foundation of St Katharine in Limehouse, London.
This establishment houses retreats and has a community project made entirely of sea containers and yurts.
In March 2012, Mulberry school for girls played a role in the Women of the World Festival, according to the school's website.
CEO Dr. Vanessa Ogden wrote on the Trust website: & We have a clear vision that all students who visit one of our schools leave us as highly qualified, confident and articulated young people with a wealth of experience.
& # 39; Our goal is to develop creativity, leadership and a lifelong love of learning. & # 39;
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