Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, has received an influx of support from her Twitter fans after sharing a few snaps from the second day of the Royal Ascot.
Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, are receiving increased support from their social media fans after their appearance on day two of the Royal Ascot.
The Prince of Wales' wife stepped out in a champagne-colored chiffon dress that had all eyes on her, especially since she paired her dress with a gorgeous cream and gold Philip Treacy hat.
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall during a visit to the 2019 Sandringham Flower Show at Sandringham House on July 24, 2019 | Getty Images
After Prince Charles and Camilla posted a few snaps from their day at the Royal Ascot, Twitter was buzzing with a stream of compliments for the couple. One user wrote about Camilla, saying:
"Doesn’t she look amazing? Absolutely ready to step into the role of Queen when the time comes"
The Duchess of Cornwall was on everyone's lips as her style reflected her royal status. Her pearl necklace and earrings complemented her champagne ensemble.
HAPPINESS IN ABUNDANCE
The 73-year-old looked happy and content as she enjoyed the day at the races next to her husband. She was seen strolling on the grounds, chatting with friends, and watching the races take place.
The Royal Ascot has a strict dress code for its spectators as it requires women to wear hats and men to wear top hats.
Fans not only commented on Camilla's impeccable fashion choices but also noted that she managed to wear a mask that matched her outfit perfectly. The royal incorporated the champagne look into her protective gear.
DAY 1 LOOK
Camilla also had heads turning to get a second look at her when she stepped onto the racing grounds for day one of the event. She wore a blue ensemble with another Philip Treacy hat.
Although she had a matching blue mask with her, the royal received some criticism for only holding it in front of her face instead of hooking it over her ears. Nonetheless, she set the fashion standard on the first day of the races.
BACK AT THE ROYAL ASCOT
The 2021 races at the Royal Ascot are especially enjoyable for the Windsor family because the COVID-19 pandemic restricted them from attending last year.
The royals were among the first to return to the racing grounds as part of the reduced capacity crowd. Prince Charles and his wife were joined by Prince Edward, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, and Princess Anne.
The Royal Ascot has a strict dress code for its spectators as it requires women to wear hats and men to wear top hats. The royals pulled out all the stops to ensure they left their stamp on the fashion looks for 2021.