We love it when two worlds collide. Here we have one of the world's top models, Naomi Campbell, with his Royal Highness Prince Charles, mingling together at a reception in Nigeria. The event was held at the British Deputy High Commissioner's Residence on day eight of Charles and Camilla's tour of West Africa, and was attended by key figures from Nigeria's fashion world. Naomi looked stunning in a black feathered strapless dress by the designer Ralph & Russo, paired with a beautiful pale pink jacket and black choker necklace. Naomi's gorgeous dress is from the Ralph & Russo SS18 Couture Collection.
We had a little look on the Ralph & Russo website, which reveals Naomi's dress is a black silk velvet column gown edged with ostrich feathers and features an embellished black crystal belt. Divine! The model's jacket is actually a blush pink 'gazar opera coat'. Who wishes they owned one of those? You know you've made it when you have an opera coat.
The Mail reports that Naomi said of her meeting with Charles: "'He looks amazing. He doesn't look his age. I told him that his spirit was young. He is such an example to me. His commitment to the Commonwealth, that's amazing. I'm very grateful.'
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It was recently revealed that Naomi and her mum Valerie Morris-Campbell are to star in Riccardo Tisci's first Burberry Christmas campaign. The supermodel has had a fantastic few months, walking the H&M Moschino catwalk and attending the Royal Wedding.
The Prince of Wales said it was particularly special to be there after nearly 30 years, and that the only words to describe it were God don butter my bread, a term in Pidgin meaning God has blessed me.
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How you dey? (How are you?) he asked assembled dignitaries and leading politicians, as well as stars from the world of fashion, music and the arts.
The Pidgin language is the widely spoken lingua franca of much of west and central Africa, a way of communicating meant to overcome the barriers of Africas many different dialects that first began in the late 17th and 18th centuries.
And three years later, in 1986, the pair still appeared to be madly in love, sharing a passionate kiss after after he played for the England II team against Chile at the Cartier International Polo Spectacular.
The language is a cultural force, used in everything from Afrobeat music to movies emerging from Nigerias Nollywood, now the worlds second-largest film industry.
The prince also spoke about his commitment to Lagos through The Princes Trust initiative, which sees money invested in return for social value.