Daniel store’s royal visitor
Her Royal Highness the Countess of Wessex visited Daniel department store in Windsor to celebrate a milestone in their history – 100 years of serving customers. The family business has remained dedicated to providing the best possible value and service, as well as supporting the local community.
In the Foggs restaurant the Countess unveiled a commemorative plaque to celebrate the centenary. She toured the Ladies Fashion Department, viewing with interest a display of ‘A History of Women’s Undergarments Throughout The Years’.
Students from The Windsor Boys and Girls Schools performed for the Countess, before she enjoyed tea in the awardwinning Heidi bakery, joined by staff and guests including The Lord Lieutenant of Berkshire, James Puxley.
The Countess walking down Peascod Street with James Puxley, Lord Lieutenant of Berkshire, on their way to the store
The Countess of Wessex was fascinated by a lingerie display with garments from across Daniel’s 100 years