The Princess of Wales attends the festival’s gala dinner dance at the Garrick club September 22nd 1990. She wears a creation by Catherine Walker, a cream silk chiffon evening dress with embroidered hourglass shaped bodice and a Tudor-style neckline, the skirt swirls about the ankles.
On 24th September 1990 the Princess of Wales is at London’s Aldwych Theatre for a charity performance of Noel Coward’s “Private lives”. That night she met Joan Collins who was starring in the Noel Coward play during its highly successful West End run. The Princess wears a new lacquer-red silk cocktail dress with black velvet collar and hem by Victor Elderstein. It shows a wide belt and off-the-shoulder neckline.
The Princess of Wales breezed into snowbound Brussels in December 1990. The Princess’s visit to the Belgian capital included a visit to a British store and a catalytic car conversion firm and concluded with a visit to the Belgian hospital which specialises in research into the “cot death” syndrome. She is dressed in a Catherine Walker white two-piece suit trimmed with red on the jacket.
As the Prince and Princess of Wales were on an official visit in Cameroon in March 1990 they visited the Bamena electrification plant and they attended a comedy sketch performed for them on 22nd March.
The Princess wears a new sand-coloured silk dress by Catherine Walker with a dropped waist and cream insert at the neckline.