Her Royal Highness with her all-female protection team during #RoyalVisitUAE From left to right: Shaima al Kaabi, Basima al Kaabi, Hannan al Hatawi, Nisreen al Hamawi and Salama al Remeithi. Earlier this year Shaima, Nisreen and Hannan also achieved the remarkable feat of conquering Mount Everest. ©Clarence House
The Duchess, formerly known as Camilla Parker-Bowles, was provided with a security team consisting of women wearing traditional hijab and abayas during her royal visit to the United Arab Emirates this week. Clarence House shared a photo of Prince Charles' wife walking with the women, identified as Shaima al Kaabi, Basima al Kaabi, Hannan al Hatawi, Nisreen al Hamawi, and Salama al Remeithi, as they left Abu Dhabi's Emirates Palace Hotel. The royal duo were in town to promote religious tolerance and support women in leadership.
The photo has fetched a great deal of support online. Instagram commenters have praised the display of "girl power," calling it "inspiring" and "powerful."