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The Duchess of Cornwall has yet again impressed us with a fabulous outfit. Duchess Camilla looked flawless on her latest royal engagement in a chic co-ord and on-trend accessories.
- The Duchess of Cornwall has impressed onlookers again with a stunning blue co-ord, with sophisticated details.
- Duchess Camilla looked stylish in leather gloves and boots, matching style with practicality.
- In other royal news, Duchess Catherine was spotted wearing a gorgeous new bracelet – and it’s super affordable!
Could she soon be overtaking her stylish stepdaughters-in-law – the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Sussex – in the fashion icon stakes?
Another royal engagement brings another outfit, and this time Camilla has opted for a matching blue twin-set, enhanced with a pretty brooch.
Some chic leather gloves and boots were the perfect accessories to Camilla’s co-ords. Natural make-up and the Duchess’s signature blow-dry completed the look.
The Duchess of Cornwall was on a visit to Maggie’s at The Royal Marsden in Sutton, Greater London. Maggie’s is a cancer support and information centre. Duchess Camilla has been President of Maggie’s since 2008 and has visited 11 centres across England, Wales and Scotland.
Camilla was pictured walking through the garden with the landscaper Piet Oudolf, taking in the beautiful scenery.
The first Maggie’s Centre opened in Edinburgh in 1996 and there are now 26 centres across the UK and internationally, with more planned for the future.
A short passage was posted about the visit on the Clarence House Instagram feed. It read, In her role as President, The Duchess of Cornwall this afternoon visited Maggie’s at The Royal Marsden, the charity’s latest centre.
@maggiescentres provide free cancer support and information, both in centres and online. ‘The first of Maggie’s centres opened in Edinburgh in 1996 and there are now 26 centres across the UK and internationally.
During a reception at the new centre, which expects to receive up to 25,000 visits a year, HRH met guests, including staff from The Royal Marsden.
The Duchess also joined a mindfulness session, where HRH heard about how the centre has helped patients with their ongoing treatment and recovery.
Addressing guests, Her Royal Highness said: “It’s the atmosphere at Maggie’s when you walk in. I’ve walked into so many centres and whatever the difference in architecture is, there’s always the same welcoming feeling inside.”