Camilla Duchess of Cornwall wears powder blue ensemble for third appearance of the week
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall arrived to meet volunteers working with children in Gloucester, in what is turning out to be a jam-packed week for the royal.
Carrying out her role as Patron of Beanstalk, the Duchess of Cornwall met reading volunteers, but not all eyes were on the books.
Camilla looked radiant, contrasting with the grey skies in a elegant powder-blue blazer with matching knee-length skirt, accentuating her tanned skin.
The skirt showed off off the Duchess’ more playful side, with pleats cut along the line of the skirt, wistfully floating in the wind.
She paired the the look with classic tan-coloured court shoes, carrying a comfortable heel for a full day of meeting and greeting.
Dressing up the more casual take on a skirt suit, Camilla wore two stunning dragonfly broaches on her left lapel.
She wore her hair in her signature bouncy blow-out, beautifully feathered with her fridge swept to the side.
A fan of the natural look, Camilla wore barely-there makeup to match her striking skirt-suit, with just a flick of mascara and natural lip floss.
Along with the striking dragon fly design, the Duchess of Cornwall complemented her more natural look with lots of jewellery.
Drop pearls with a detailed fastening hung down around her ears, matched with a giant silver ring and gold bracelet covered in gemstones and trinkets. Possibly a sentimental piece.
The Duchess was in Gloucester visiting St James’ Church of England Junior school where she was spotted reading Harry Potter books to students.
One of Camilla’s many honours is the Patron of Beanstalk, holding education and reading very close to her heart.
Beanstalk is a charity that provides one-to-one literacy support to children, with the Duchess making many appearances for the charity over the years.
Laughing and smiling in her flared pencil skirt and tailored jacket, Camilla also looked at portrait pictures of herself drawn by pupils at the Church of England junior school.
Her appearance at the school is the third step out for Camilla this week, after also celebrating her husband Prince Charles’ 70th birthday party.
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