Camilla, Duchess of Corrnwall, 70, has been at Royal Ascot this week, where she’s stunned in an all-cream ensemble and a mint green outfit she’s previously worn.
Before that she was spotted supporting her husband Prince Charles at the Order of the Garter service.
While the rest of the royal family, including the Queen, Princess Anne and Princess Eugenie and Beatrice, arrived at Royal Ascot for the Gold Cup, Camilla was spotted across town at another engagement.
Giving the third day of Royal Ascot – Ladies Day – a miss, Camilla attend an event thrown by elephant protection charity, Elephant Family.
Channelling her outfit from the first day of Royal Ascot 2018, she looked ethereal in all cream.
Opting for something a little more simple than her heavily embroidered coat and dress from yesterday’s Ascot, Camilla’s cream dress was simplistic and elegant, fitting her like a glove.
Falling to just below the knee, the dress was cinched just below the bust, floating out and grazing the Duchess’ knees.
The sleeves of the delicate dress were 3/4 length, a more befitting length for the hot weather than her long-sleeved Ascot looks.
The dress featured a deep v-neck, showing off Camilla’s tanned décolletage and of course, her signature pearl-stacked necklace held together with a silver brooch-like piece.
Adding a floral, summery touch, the the 70-year-old has slight floral detailing on the neckline and sleeve of the dress, but barely visible being the same cream colour as the dress itself.
Elongating her tanned legs, Camilla wore a elegant pair of mid-heel black and cream court shoes with a pointed block toe.
She accessorised the look with a small handbag in a nude shade and another signature look for her, pearl drop down earrings.
She wore a brown smokey eye, pink lipstick and a few sweeps of pink blush on her cheeks, perfect for the summer day.
Camilla’s normally perfectly blowdried hair blew in the wind as she made her way to the charity event.
The event was to launch the Elephant Family Charity’s Concours d’elephant, a cavalcade of traditional Indian vehicles at The Oriental Club in central London.
Elephant Charity is an organisation that helps to prevent the extinction of elephants.
Camilla, and her husband Charles, are known to be big animal lovers.
While Camilla was in central London at The Oriental Club, the Queen was in Berkshire at Royal Ascot.
Choosing a striking colour for her Ladies Day look, Her Majesty wore pink and a brooch with a touching history.
Hundreds of ladies joined the Queen at Royal Ascot, all hoping to wow in the sartorial stakes, but some failed to impress.