Daniel store’s royal vis­i­tor

Berkshire Life - - Society -

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

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