Countess of Wessex's November 2018 working visit to Derbyshire

Back in November, the Countess of Wessex made a working visit trip to Derbyshire to visit several locations. For these outings, she wore a nude/off-white Prada coat, wool blush Gucci dress, black LK Bennett boots, and Nicoline Refine Watch. She also carried a Sophie Habsburg Design snakeskin patterned clutch. Her Royal Highness was also in a pair of earrings that have not yet been ID’d.



Her Royal Highness’s 20th of November began her day visiting Fairfields (primary) School - a school dedicated to those with learning disabilities - where she marked its 80th anniversary.

Next, she opened The David Nieper Academy. The Academy opened in 2016 after spending many years as Mortimer Wilson School then Alfreton Grange Arts College. It is run by the Derbyshire Local Authority. During her time there, the Countess took part in a GSCE food technology class.

Later, she was at the David Nieper fashion house to tour the factory floor. During this time she also visited the Sewing Academy where she met the course’s trainees.

Unfortunately, her trip to Gussie’s Kitchen at St Augustine’s Church had to be cancelled due to inclement weather. It is due to be rescheduled.