Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall looked sharp when she arrived at the annual Journalists' Commemorative Service in London on Tuesday, November 9.
According to the Daily Mail, the 72-year-old was greeted by people as she entered St Bride's Church.
The event honored journalists and camera crew who lost their lives on the front line.
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Chilly out there! The Duchess bundled up in a black sweater and blue dress — and she even wore black leather gloves.
The blonde beauty smiled for the cameras during her outing.
"During the service we light candles for journalists, photographers, camera-crew, and support staff who have died or who have been killed on the front-line; we remember also those who are missing, imprisoned, or held hostage; and we also hold in prayer those who are out in the field, covering stories at great personal risk to themselves," the website states.
The next day, Camilla was spotted at a more upbeat event.
"It was absolutely wonderful to join a @poetry_together recital and tea party today! 🫖 🍰," Clarence House wrote on Instagram. "Poetry Together is an initiative that brings together school children and older people to recite poetry. Across the UK, more than 150 schools and care homes have signed up for the event which began on National Poetry Day, 7th October 2021."
The note continued, "Having signed up to the scheme, pupils and care home residents are brought together to learn the same poem for their ‘Poetry Together’ tea party, during which they will recite the poem together before sitting down to share a cup of tea and a slice of cake. During today’s event, The Duchess of Cornwall joined children and care home residents at a poetry recital before chatting with participants at a tea party. Among those performing were children from Whitehill Junior School in Hertfordshire, who recited a poem by local poet John, who they had been rehearsing with. John sadly passed away last week and the children decided to continue with the performance in his memory. The Duchess of Cornwall has supported Poetry Together since it was launched in 2019 by Gyles Brandreth, in partnership with @NationalPoetryDay and @Dukes_Education."