Camilla lapped up the sunshine in a gorgeous pink and white polka-dot frock this week for a busy day of meetings with husband Prince Charles.
The Duchess of Cornwall looked lovely in the knee-length dress as she walked alongside the Prince of Wales to first meet with students and teachers at a primary school in Wales.
She paired the casual, yet classy outfit with a pair of light brown flats and a clutch, while she kept her accessories to a minimum with a pair of pretty pearl earrings.
Adding further pops of colour, the 71-year-old opted for a beautiful pink lip and a swipe of blush on her cheeks to highlight her features.
Camilla was joined by the Prince of Wales who looked dapper in a light grey suit, white shirt and bold green and red tie for the visit to White Rose Primary School.
The royal couple happily chatted to students at the school as part of their visit with the prince joining in on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects and the duchess attending the school’s own radio station where she read a poem by famous author Roald Dahl.
During her visit to the radio station Camilla reportedly gifted the students some books to add to their library collection and encouraged them to keep reading.
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The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall began another day of engagements in Wales this morning with a visit to sunny New Tredegar. TRH met local schoolchildren and residents before joining lessons at White Rose Primary School. Here, The Prince met pupils taking part in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects, and The Duchess joined children on the school’s very own radio station, reading a poem by Roald Dahl!📚 Before departing, TRH watched a performance by the White Rose Primary School’s charity choir, Aloud, which aims to encourage self-belief, self-confidence, and helps develop a sense of community. Thank you to everyone who welcomed The Prince and The Duchess to New Tredegar today!
“I’m glad you are all very keen readers,” the duchess said according to People. “You will have to keep away from that television screen.”
The couple also had the privilege of listening to the school’s charity choir, which aims to encourage self-belief and self-confidence and helps to develop a sense of community.
Later in the day, Camilla headed to one of charity Maggie’s cancer centres in Cardiff where she met with staff, volunteers and those who have benefited from the charity’s services.
The duchess, who is president of the charity, smiled happily for snaps outside the facility and even got her hands dirty by planting a tree in the garden.
Maggie’s has a number of centres across Britain which aim to help cancer patients stay healthy in both mind and body. The charity offers a “domestic haven” for patients, where they can receive emotional and psychological support.
Both Camilla and Charles have received a lot of praise from fans who commended them for their hard work and support of others.
Taking to Instagram one thankful mother wrote: “Was a fabulous day. My little Welsh boy enjoyed it and keeps asking if he’s going to see Prince Charles again tomorrow.”
While another fan commented: “Prince Charles and Camilla bringing joy to people once again. They work so well together and just ooze happiness. Just lovely.”