The Duchess of Cornwall stepped out in a pretty pink polka-dot number on Wednesday for day nine of Wimbledon.
Escorted by All England Lawn Tennis Club Chairman Philip Brook, Prince Charles’ wife looked beautiful as she met with officials, ball boys and girls and military personnel working at the championship.
Wearing a pale pink and white polka-dot dress, Camilla gave off a summery feel, with the pleated dress falling at her knees and the sleeves making for a more classy look, sitting just below her elbow.
Going for a nude shoe with a small heel, the 70-year-old paired her outfit with dangly pearl earrings, a gold bracelet and a small silver handbag. Keeping with the pink theme, the Duchess opted for a pink lip and her usual coiffed style hair to complete the look.
Enjoying the game from prime position, Camilla was spotted sparking up conversation with businessman Richard Branson in between sets of the quarter-finals match between Serbia’s Novak Djokovic and Japan’s Kei Nishikori.
Camilla was one of many to take to the Royal Box at the tournament this year, with Pippa Middleton and her mother Carole making an appearance last week.
Although attending on seperate days, the mother-daughter duo showed off their similar taste in style, both sporting pretty white lace frocks for the family favourite event.
While it is the first time the Duchess of Cornwall has been spotted at this year’s tournament, she has been busy attending numerous other events, one of which was hosted at Buckingham Palace.
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The glamorous reception was a celebration for the 50th anniversary of the Man Booker Prize and Camilla pulled it off fantastically in a fun, semi-sheer floral number paired with her favourite cream-coloured Chanel court shoes.
Earlier that week the Duchess enjoyed some fun and relaxing time with husband Prince Charles, greeting children at a village festival and later attending an evening of music and drama at their Welsh home.