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Camilla takes style tips from Kate Middleton in stylish black blazer
Camilla, who is President of WOW completed her look with a pearl necklace and matching pearl earrings at the reception she hosted at Clarence House in London.
The Royal gave her outfit a pop of colour by wearing a red pin with the word ‘WOW’ written on in black writing to represent the organisation.
She opted for modest make-up a touch of blusher and slick of dark pink lipstick.
Only a few weeks ago, Kate was spotted wearing a similar outfit as she stepped out in a tweed double-breasted blazer with matching A-line skirt for a Mental Health In Education conference in London.
The Duchess of Cambridge teamed the looks with a pair of black tights and similar black pumps, also suede.
She also kept her make-up look simple with blusher and pale pink lipstick.
Camilla wore suede black boots that were knee-high as she met with guests at the event
Camilla’s appearance comes just days after the royals attended an event at Buckingham Palace and Meghan Markle, 37, wore a £2.2k outfit.
Meghan wore a white coat with a gold silver metallic brocade dress.
The Duchess of Sussex carried the Wilbur & Gussie Oyster silk clutch, which cost £205.
Her coat was the Amanda Wakeley Cream ‘Crombie’ Coat, which coats around £903.66 from Orchard Mile.
Meghan completed her looked with nude tights and heels, from Paul Andrew and costing £475, and wore a display of chic jewellery, including Les Plaisirs de Birks Bar Earrings, which cost £213.45.
Camilla opted for modest make-up a touch of blusher and slick of dark pink lipstick.
Holly told Express.co.uk: “Coats and dresses will be structured, classical and tailored to the body – rather than puffy or fluffy – and women will always wear a heel, and highlighting femininity, elegance and timeless style.
“Because they are photographed a lot, the royals will wear bold colours, or a minimal and neutral palette, or feminine florals – which creates a striking, chic effect and not tend to mix colours and this could look cluttered.”