Prince Charles & Duchess Camilla Attend Service Of Thanksgiving & Rededication At Westminster Abbey To Commemorate The 81st Anniversary Of The Battle Of Britain — Pics
Paying their respects. Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, attended an event at Westminster Abbey on Sunday, September 19.
The 72-year-old wore a uniform, while the blonde beauty donned a striped blue dress and matching hat.
Scroll through the gallery below to see their outing!
"Today The Prince of Wales, Patron of the Battle of Britain Fighter Association, and The Duchess of Cornwall attended a service of Thanksgiving and Rededication at Westminster Abbey to commemorate the 81st Anniversary of the Battle of Britain. This annual service marks the remarkable victory, and loss of life, by the Royal Air Force, during the Battle of Britain in 1940," a message from Clarence House read.
"It was the first major campaign to be fought entirely in the skies. The pilots and aircrew are commemorated in the RAF Chapel at the east end of the Abbey's Henry VII Chapel where a magnificent stained glass memorial window designed by Hugh Easton was unveiled by King George VI on 10 July 1947. Following the service, The Prince and The Duchess met @royalairforceuk Cadets and joined a reception in the Assembly Hall with the families of veterans before watching an RAF flypast," the note continued.
People couldn't help but gush over Camilla's look. One person wrote, "Camilla looked really stunning today! 😍😍😍," while another added, "Love The Duchess' outfit.👌."
A third user added, "Such wonderful and powerful photos, so festive and dignified 😍❤️ Love picture no. 4 of our lovely Duchess, so, so beautiful, just perfect 😍💙💙💙."
The couple has been keeping busy as of late. On September 16, they visited the beautiful Isle of Skye.
"The Duke and Duchess heard from local people and businesses following lockdown on a walk through the town of Portree, the largest town and capital of the Isle of Skye in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland. At the Harbour, Their Royal Highnesses were treated to a special performance from Gaelic Folk singer Robert Robertson of @tide_lines. 🎶," a message read on social media.
Despite getting older, these two are still taking on plenty of royal duties!