The Duchess of Cornwall stuns fans in gorgeous blue coat as she supports local cause

The Duchess looked great as she supported a local cause.
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  • The Duchess of Cornwall stunned fans as supported a local cause. The royal stepped out in a gorgeous blue coat.


    Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall stunned fans earlier this week as she stepped out in a gorgeous blue coat.

    The Duchess visited the London borough of Brent as she supported the Kiln Theatre and the Granville Youth & Community Centre to celebrated the borough’s new status as the 2020 London Borough of Culture.

    In usual royal form, Camilla looked incredible as she wore a bright blue coat with statement buttons and a sleek silk collar.

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    The Duchess of Cornwall looked great as she stepped out in her dazzling blue coat (Credit: Getty)

    She finished off her look with her winter go-to casual knee-high black suede boots and black leather gloves to keep her warm in the cold outdoor weather.

    Alongside a series of photos of the Duchess carrying out her important engagement, Clarence House wrote, ‘Today, The Duchess visited Brent to celebrate its new status as the 2020 London Borough of Culture.

    ‘At The Granville Youth and Community Centre in Kilburn, The Duchess met advisers and volunteers involved in the @lboc2020 programme,’ they continued. ‘The London Borough of Culture award aims to bring Londoners together and inspire young people to put culture at the heart of local communities’.

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    Today, The Duchess visited Brent to celebrate its new status as the 2020 London Borough of Culture. At The Granville Youth and Community Centre in Kilburn, The Duchess met advisers and volunteers involved in the @lboc2020 programme. The London Borough of Culture award aims to bring Londoners together and inspire young people to put culture at the heart of local communities. The multi-use community building encompasses affordable workspace and studios for social enterprises and creative artists. On a tour of the @thegranvillesk, Her Royal Highness met local businesses and organisations in the enterprise space. The community centre is inclusive, accessible and affordable for all local people and groups. The Duchess watched performances from a number of groups who use the space, including an Irish dance group. Later, Her Royal Highness visited the recently renovated facilities at the Kiln Theatre. 🎭 The internationally renowned, and proudly local, theatre produces work presenting the world through a variety of lenses. Her Royal Highness today joined a youth theatre workshop. The @kilntheatre has recently converted its stage ‘in the round’. Her Royal Highness met cast and crew of ‘Pass Over’, the first play to be performed in the new layout. Before departing, The Duchess met Agents from the Brent 2020 social change project, The Agency. The initiative works with young people from marginalised areas to create social enterprises, events and projects that will have a positive impact on their local communities. . 📸 Clarence House Picture 1 – PA

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    Speaking of the community centre, they continued, ‘The multi-use community building encompasses affordable workspace and studios for social enterprises and creative artists. On a tour of the @thegranvillesk, Her Royal Highness met local businesses and organisations in the enterprise space.

    ‘The community centre is inclusive, accessible and affordable for all local people and groups. The Duchess watched performances from a number of groups who use the space, including an Irish dance group’.

    The post then went on to outline the Duchess’s later visit, adding, ‘Later, Her Royal Highness visited the recently renovated facilities at the Kiln Theatre. 🎭 The internationally renowned, and proudly local, theatre produces work presenting the world through a variety of lenses’.

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    They revealed that the Duchess even joined a youth theatre workshop, explaining, ‘The @kilntheatre has recently converted its stage ‘in the round’. Her Royal Highness met cast and crew of ‘Pass Over’, the first play to be performed in the new layout.

    ‘Before departing, The Duchess met Agents from the Brent 2020 social change project, The Agency,’ they added.

    The initiative works with young people from marginalised areas to create social enterprises, events and projects that will have a positive impact on their local communities’.

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