LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 13: Prince Harry greets singer Hayley Westenra as he attends the Friends of the Forces Awards at the Liberal Club on July 13, 2010 in London, England. The Prince presented the first award at the event which recognises people from across the UK who make an outstanding contribution to service personnel and their families. (Photo by Chris Jackson - WPA Pool/Getty Images)
Hello Jillian, I really must say what a wonderful job you do here with Hayley and her fashion, I have a very good friend that works for Vogue Australia and believe it or not her job is very similar to what you do here but she gets paid for it (extremely well I might add)so you should be exalted for your efforts. In looking at the latest photo’s you have posted it brings to mind what this friend once told me in relation to the way Hayley is holding her handbag under her arm, If you look closely you will notice that when we ladies hold our bags that way it tends to bring our shoulders forward giving us the appearance of a slightly hunch back, unfortunately sometimes it cannot be helped when your holding a glass of bubbly and talking to one of the Prince’s. Ever since I was told this I have taken notice of various models and noticed that most of them would never hold their handbags in this manner for this very reason so I thought I might just make that comment. I understand that your in the law field but if you ever decide that fashion is another avenue for you let me know, In some fields it’s not only what you know BUT who you know. Jennie B
I've now corrected the date throughout the thread.
You can read about the winners HERE. It appears that Hayley presented the Corporate Award to the Welsh Rugby Union:
Corporate Award - Welsh Rugby Union
The Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) allow Forces charities to collect and fundraise during key matches throughout the year, among many other initiatives carried out in recent years as a show of support.
These include the Welsh team sending video messages of support to Serving personnel in Afghanistan during the recent RBS 6 Nations campaign, inviting injured veterans and serving soldiers as special guests of the WRU to Wales international matches and hosting a memorial service and homecoming for the 2nd Battalion Royal Welsh at the Millennium Stadium.
Those are great photos of them. I wonder what they're saying?! I especially like the one with the guy in the background rubbing his nose!
I wonder if this is one of the "new clothes" she mentioned recently on Twitter. I like the skirt of the dress a lot. Not my favorite color, but the skirt part is shiny. And I like the tie in the front. I'm just not crazy about the see-through part at the very top; it would look better without it. Gorgeous hair too! I can't see her earrings, though.