It's now been revealed that the fluffy slip-ons, which were leant to her by worshippers at the mosque, were a £19 buy from Pour Moi. They look ultra cosy, and even matched perfectly with her look - and featured a sparkling diamanté detail, too.
Plenty of fans have reacted to the Duchess' royal outfit for the visit, which also featured her Fiona Clare cape coat, leopard print face mask and white collared shirt dress. She added a beautiful matching head scarf, too.
The Duchess at Wightman Road Mosque
After pictures from her engagement were shared on Clarence House's Instagram page, plenty of fans commented on her elegant and respectful look.
"Very thoughtful and graceful of the Duchess to cover her head in respect of the community she was meeting!" one wrote, while another added: "Great job! Camilla looks beautiful and elegant." A further fan commented: "Glamorous and respectful."
WATCH: Duchess Camilla packs hampers at Wightman Road Mosque
Camilla sweetly donated Buckingham Palace corgi keyrings and royal guardsmen stickers for Ramadan hampers at the mosque, which will be donated to child refugees.
She also met with Bibi Khan, president of the centre in Haringey, north London, and was gifted a koran inscribed to the Duchess of Cornwall and Prince of Wales.
Diamanté trim slippers, £19, Pour Moi
The Duchess said: "I am deeply, deeply touched by this as I am sure my husband will be too. I would very much like to bring him here in the not too distant future.
"You are a shining example and I wish there were more places like this in the country bringing the community and all faiths together. I hope I shall be back again."
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