The Duchess of York visited key workers near to her Wiltshire home where she and Prince Charles are believed to be spending some of their time now they are back in England. Camilla put on a stylish display in a monochrome checked dress. However, many royal fans suspected her outfit was inspired by the Duchess of Cambridge.
The Duchess of Cornwall and Duchess of Cambridge made history when they carried out their first joint engagement back in June.
Now, it looks like the two women are still influencing each other in terms of style.
Camilla arrived to visit local key workers in Swindon on Monday, in a dress strikingly similar to the dress worn by Kate.
Kate, 38, wore a blue Beulah dress on Sunday as she visited a hospital in King’s Lynn, Norfolk, for afternoon tea with staff and volunteers.
On Monday afternoon, Camilla donned a darker blue dress with a white collar for an engagement in Swindon, as she met emergency workers who have helped in the coronavirus response.
Camilla was also wearing a Fitbit on the visit.
Royal fans were quick to notice the similarities in the outfits and were also quick to compliment the Duchess of Cornwall on her choice.
“She looks really pretty in that dress @ClarenceHouse.” said one user.
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“But I think it’s lovely to see how everybody’s working together.”
Pictures of the visit were uploaded to the Clarence House Twitter account.
The caption read: “Today at @SwindonFireStn, The Duchess of Cornwall met key workers including firefighters, @GWH_NHS staff and @swasFT paramedics.
“firefighterHospitalAmbulance @DWFireRescue has maintained its service during the pandemic and adapted to relieve the pressures on others.
“Firefighters, who are trained to drive emergency response vehicles and carry out first aid, have helped the @swasFT by driving ambulances alongside a clinician or paramedic.
“In the Southwest region, these ambulances have responded to over 3,000 incidents.”
The account added: “The South Western Ambulance Service have boosted their resources during the pandemic through fire and ambulance collaboration, inviting students to help and bringing back previous staff, as well as deploying staff from other departments.”
The visit was staged in the open air at the back of the fire station surrounded by engines.