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The Duchess of Cornwall is enjoying the royal tour of the republic of Ireland and has had a busy few days exploring the country. The wife of Prince Charles headed to the Avoca Mill in Co. Wicklow on Tuesday, where she saw how the establishment operated and even received a gift of a blanket for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's son Archie! We loved her pastel-toned look, which consisted of a paisley print dress, a grey coat and pearl earrings. But did you spot her shoes? The royal wore a pair of nude, two-tone heels by Chanel which are worth around £600. Super classic and loved by bloggers and film stars, the conic shoes go with everything and stand the test of time - you can bet the royal will be wearing them in years to come.Camilla wore her Chanel pumps at the Avoca Mill in Co. WicklowCamilla has worn the style regularly since 2005. Yes, the classic shoes are versatile and comfortable, but it has been suggested that there could be a more sentimental reason behind her preference; Chanel's logo takes the form of two interlocking C's - which, of course, also stands for Charles and Camilla. How cute!The Duchess also wears shoes by Sole BlissAs well as Chanel, the mother-of-two often wears formal shoes by Sole Bliss - a brand that constructs shoes for women that suffer from bunions and other foot problems. Duchess Camilla is a fan of the 'Ingrid' heels in caramel leather which cost £149. The shoes have a round-toe heel for wide feet and provide expert comfort with a fashionable twist. And it's not just classic designs the brand sells - we've spotted a wide range of finishes - including pops of bold colour and striking animal print as well as velvet brocade detailing and glitter block heels!MORE: The Duchess of Cornwall wows in white at first garden party of the yearAs well as the 71-year-old, Helen Mirren has been seen rocking the brand too. Movie star and royalty? What a great client list, right?READ: The Duchess of Cornwall heads to a farm and surprises in pearls AND high heelsStyle Harper’s Bazaar
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Vince Cable says he 'welcomes people with dark faces' as he condemns Nigel Farage's infamous referendum campaign
Vince Cable has said he “welcomes people with dark faces”, as he condemned Nigel Farage‘s infamous Brexit referendum poster in a heated debate ahead of the European elections.Accusing the Brexit Party leader of whipping up antagonism against foreigners, the Liberal Democrat leader tackled Mr Farage over his previous rhetoric on immigration.But Mr Farage insisted he was “far from racist”, and said he “utterly rejected” any suggestion he was attempting to “stir anything up”.During a debate hosted by The Daily Telegraph - ahead of Thursday’s European parliament elections - Sir Vince told the former Ukip leader: “You have played a role in whipping up this antagonism to foreigners. “In the referendum, you told us that next year, 2020, Turks are going to be free to come to this country. A lot of people were alarmed by something that is patently untrue.”Referring to the widely-condemned “Breaking Point” poster that Mr Farage unveiled during the Brexit referendum, he continued: “You put out that advertisement, the hoarding, showing immigrants who had dark faces. I welcome people with dark faces. I was married to one.“But people coming in from Europe are Europeans. It was giving a totally false picture of what immigration actually amounts to.”In the debate, Mr Farage insisted: “Far from being racist, actually, we really are more internationalist than those who want our whole future decided by the EU.“All I have ever argued with immigration is that we should have a free, fair system that stops discriminating against India and against Australia in favour of Romania, or anywhere else.“I utterly reject the idea that I am trying to stir anything up.”Their exchange came as the Liberal Democrat MP Tom Brake suggested the prime minister could be gone within days, as he claimed the Conservatives will be thrashed at the European elections on Thursday. Mr Brake said he could not see “any circumstances in which her deal is not going to be defeated”, adding: “If anything, the Brexiteers have hardened their position, that would be my interpretation of what they’re saying, so her bill goes down at second reading and that’s clearly it for her.”Style Yahoo Style UK
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