On Monday Zara Tindall wowed Cheltenham and on Tuesday, it was the Duchess of Cornwall's turn! The blonde royal paid a visit to Ladies Day at the Cheltenham Festival and we loved what the wife of Prince Charles decided to rock. The royal wore a polka-dot dress which she teamed with a crisp white coat that had appliqué detail at the front. She added chocolate brown leather gloves, matching boots and we loved her headgear - a fur-trimmed hat that not only looked très chic, but super cosy too. Accessorising to perfection as always, Camilla, 71, added her favourite pearl earrings and she carried a smart tote bag, also in a striking brown.
Camilla looked so stylish at Cheltenham
This is the second time we have seen Camilla sport this funky hat - it is clearly one of her favourites. Back in November at another racing event - the Countryside Fund Raceday at Ascot racecourse - the royal joined Charles as she enjoyed the day and wore the same cosy headgear.
Camilla's Monyat bag
She also carried a very smart tote bag that was made from sumptuous tan leather and it had a gold crown motif beneath the clasp.
Speaking of glam handbags, on Monday, the mother-of-two stepped out at the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey and was snapped carrying a smart new handbag by Moynat - a classic trunk-maker that dates way back to 1849.
Camilla's arm candy looked to be the Gabrielle Clutch, which is so exclusive you cannot purchase it online. You can, however, purchase a similar design - the smaller 'Mini Gabrielle' handbag, but it will set you back a purse-busting £3440. Yikes! The Duchess clearly looks to Monyat as a go-to brand as earlier this month she sported a tan version of the same bag as she hosted a reception for the London Taxi Drivers' Charity for Children at Buckingham Palace.