Duchess Camilla shares some exciting news while looking stylish in monochrome

The Duchess has marked an exciting new chapter in a personal project

Duchess Camilla wearing a facemask
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The Duchess of Cornwall has shared an exciting post with Instagram followers, announcing the second season of her passion project –The Reading Room.

The Duchess of Cornwall announced the second season of her book club, The Reading Room, today. Camilla posted a photograph on Instagram wearing a stylish monochrome outfit - and eagle-eyed fans spotted she was also wearing a pretty heart bracelet, rumored to be a gift from Prince Charles for the couple's 16th wedding anniversary. 

The Duchess wore a black and white pleated dress designed by Fiona Clare and polished hair and makeup. The royal rarely deviates from her bouffant bob hairstyle and blonde highlights. 

The photograph was posted to the @clarencehouse Instagram page, with the caption, "Season Two of The Duchess of Cornwall’s Reading Room has just started.

"The Duchess looks back at Season One in a new video released on @duchessofcornwallsreadingroom."

Duchess Camilla shares the Clarence House Instagram page with her husband, Prince Charles. 

The picture was also posted on the Duchess's book club Instagram page –@duchessofcornwallsreadingroom. This Instagram page is a hub for book club members to connect, and "discover new books each season & meet the extraordinary people who create them 📚."

Fans were quick to praise the Duchess's stylish look, with one commenting, "Stunning portrait of Her Royal Highness! 😍 Love The Reading Room, such a fantastic initiative and a great joy to follow, very much looking forward to everything to come ❤️"

Another wrote, "The duchess has such great style and dresses so well. I love her look. 👏"

While a third said, "The Duchess looks stupendously beautiful here!"

We're looking forward to seeing which book club book is next!

Lauren Hughes

Lauren is the former Deputy Digital Editor at woman&home and became a journalist mainly because she enjoys being nosy. With a background in features journalism, Lauren worked on the woman&home brand for four years before going freelance. Before woman&home Lauren worked across a variety of women's lifestyle titles, including GoodTo, Woman's Own, and Woman magazine.