Duchess of Cornwell Camilla concluded her visit to the Ezbet Khairallah area where she was praised and cheered by the residents.
She inspected several women’s empowerment and support as part of her Egypt tour program with her husband, Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales, and the heir of the British throne.
During her round, the Royal duchess was warmly welcomed, and many girls and women took photos with her, in addition, Duchess Camilla attended a folk newborn child’s welcoming celebration (Soboo’) on the top of one of the buildings, and enjoyed with the traditional songs performed during the celebration.
Moreover, the Royal member watched a theatrical show presented by several ladies who were trained to be tailors after facing hard conditions of unemployment, and poverty, and how they started to be economically independent.
Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwell, also listened to several women’s experiences and their trainers and instructors who gave the Royal lady a background about their methodology in supporting and empowering women in need, and their families as several of those programs and workshops were supported by the British Council in Egypt.
It is worthy to mention that Prince Charles and his wife, the Duchess of Cornwell Camilla arrived in Egypt on Thursday, coming from a short-Jordan’s visit.