The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall looked a striking couple as they stepped out over the weekend to attend the Battle of Britain memorial service on Sunday.
Charles was dressed in full military attire, and he led the arrivals at the event held at Westminster Abbey to commemorating the victory, and loss of life, by Royal Air Force pilots and aircrew during the 1940 battle.
Camilla herself looked lovely in a navy dress coat with white embroidered detail in the sleeve and bodice. She teamed her outfit with a white broad-rimmed hat with matching blue detailing, and light coloured shoes. As a special detail she worse a Royal AirForce brooch on her collar.
Following the service they attended a reception at nearby Church House and then gathered on a balcony to watch a WWII flypast and also posed for photographs with the veterans of the Battle, dubbed The Few.
One veteran who attended, 96-year-old Geoffrey Wellum said the service got more emotional for him each year.
British prime minister Theresa May and lead of the opposition, Jeremy Corbyn were also in attendance at what was the 77th anniversary of the Battle of Britain.