‘Momentous occasion’: Camilla wows in tartan on first outing since Queen Consort statement

Camilla makes first appearance since Queen's statement

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The Duchess of Cornwall was greeted with rapturous applause as she arrived for a visit to Roundhill Primary School, in, Southdown, Bath. Camilla was all smiles in a beautiful tartan blazer and matching tartan skirt as she greeted the crowds of royal fans outside the school in Bath. The skirt was ankle length with two rows of frills circling the bottom of the skirt.

Camilla appeared to be wearing a pretty white blouse underneath the blazer which looked lovely on the Duchess.

She also accompanied the look with some black leather gloves, which was perfect by the time Camilla was helping school children plant trees.

The Duchess wore pale pink lipstick amid natural-looking makeup with her usual bob hairstyle that glistened in the wind.

She looked so happy to be greeted by the school children who were all equally excited to see Camilla.

Camilla is expected to join school classes, reading groups, tree planting, as well as watch a singing performance by pupils.

Royal fan @Roszarie took to Twitter saying: “This will be a momentous occasion!

“I’m rather excited about the Duchess of Cornwall being recognised as Queen Consort.”

Another fan @LouLouLa10 added: “The sea of negativity has changed and so it should.”


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