In similar tartan costumes, Camilla and Charles pay homage to Scotland, saying, “They look terrific.”
PRINCE CHARLES and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall were pictured on a royal outing today in Ballater, a village near Balmoral, where the Queen is spending her summer.
The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall unveiled a plaque to mark the opening of the Ballater Community & Heritage Hub. The royal couple are currently performing royal engagements as the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay, as they are known in Scotland, in Ballater, Aberdeenshire. Camilla visited the local shops and businesses wearing a one-of-a-kind tartan outfit.
The Duchess chose a stylish tartan dress with a gorgeous grey waistcoat on top.
The 74-year-old wore her hair in a bouffant style and applied neutral makeup to bring out her beautiful features.
“Very nice to see them, they look fantastic and so happy,” a royal fan commented on Twitter.
“I adore Camilla’s outfit!”
The tartan dress was knee-length and covered in an attractive cream blouse and grey waistcoat in black, grey, and red.
She wore a matching shawl and caramel-colored heels to go with the outfit.
The royal couple unveiled the plaque and toured the freshly remodeled kitchen at the Heritage Hub.
During their tour, the couple stopped by the Hub to see the art exhibition that is now on display.
Prince Charles was also dressed in full tartan as he paid a visit to an Aberdeenshire community center.
The Prince of Wales, 72, wore a tweed blazer with his favorite Balmoral tartan.
The tartan colors for Prince Charles’ checkered kilt were green and blue, and he also donned a brown leather sporran for the public appearance.
The Prince of Wales completed his ensemble with maroon socks and black brogues, in addition to his smart tweed blazer, waistcoat, and white shirt.
Later, the couple took a trip through the hamlet, stopping to see the Cambus O’May Suspension Bridge, which has reopened after undergoing repairs.
Despite the fact that it was the 24th anniversary of Princess Diana’s death, the pair appeared to be in good spirits.
Charles and Camilla also had a royal stroll about the Scottish community, stopping to meet with locals, including a pet dog who seemed to like them.
The Ballater facility helps people in the Royal Deeside region achieve better community and social outcomes.
The pair went into the hamlet after the formal plaque was unveiled to speak with local businesses. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”