Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, 73, and Prince Charles, 72, carried out an important royal engagement on Thursday as they visited the Gloucestershire Royal Hospital and met frontline workers receiving the Covid-19 vaccine. The couple have kept up with royal duty despite the pandemic and their visit to the Gloucestershire Vaccination Centre is likely to be one of their last engagements before the Christmas break.
Both Charles and Camilla wore brightly coloured face masks as they unveiled a plaque at the hospital.
Camilla wore a striking tartan coat that may have reminded eagle-eyed royal fans of a similar outfit worn by Kate, Duchess of Cambridge a few Christmasses ago.
Camilla’s coat featured royal blue, red and black tartan check and reached down below her knees.
She finished the look off with a pair of signature long black boots and a bright pink and brown scarf.
In 2018, Kate made fans swoon in a long red pleated tartan skirt she wore during an outing at Kensington Palace.
Camilla’s latest outfits seems to nod to her royal credentials and cement her image as a senior royal in the minds of the public.
Prince Charles is heir to the British throne and when he takes the crown Camilla will be his consort.
Royal fans were delighted by Prince Charles and Camilla’s Christmas card which was shared by Clarence House earlier in the week.
The image of the beaming couple shows them sitting together on a bench at their Scottish royal residence Birkhall.
Prince Charles and Camilla have confirmed they will spend Christmas this year at Highgrove House in Tetbury, Gloucestershire.