The Duchess of Cornwall stepped out in one of her best outfits yet on Wednesday, as she opted for a stylish and modern monochrome look. Camilla paired an on-trend, balloon-sleeved white shirt, which also featured an oversized collar, with a black tailored pinafore that fell to her knees.
The 73-year-old duchess completed the sophisticated look with a black cape-style cropped jacket, a small leather handbag and a pair of black suede knee-high boots. And, keeping with Covid-19 restrictions, she opted for a statement leopard print face mask.
“The Duchess of Cornwall visited a community centre in Ladbroke Grove today to see how staff there have been supporting older people throughout the pandemic,” a statement on the Clarence House Instagram page read.
Royal watchers couldn’t get enough of Camilla’s look, as one follower wrote: “Your Royal Highness, amazing, fashionable, chic… you look great ! We in our 70s can show them can’t we.”
Another commented: “The Duchess looks incredible in this outfit. Truly the most attractive outfit I think she has ever worn. Chic and very slimming.” While another said: “HRH looking amazing whilst carrying our more engagements, The Duchess will make a beautiful Queen Consort and so hard working with it too.”
Camilla has been hard at work in recent months, alongside her husband the Prince of Wales, as Her Majesty the Queen cut back her official duties due to fears over Covid-19. Last month, the duchess pulled off another show-stopping look in a stunning silky summer dress as she visited an English primary school.
The duchess teamed the beautiful dress by Fiona Clare with a silk mask made by the fashion designer, nude heels and a straw bag. Clarence House shared several images from the outing on social media, captioning the post: “Today on International #LiteracyDay, The Duchess of Cornwall met students at Ivydale Primary School in London who were getting creative and taking part in fun literacy activities.
“Author Chris Smith entertained the students with poetry readings in the school hall and the duchess visited the school’s new library, which aims to use the power of stories to excite, inspire and educate its pupils, staff and the wider community.”