Duchess Camilla had a busy Wednesday about London, which included stops at a vaccination site and a mosque.
During her visit to the Wightman Road Mosque, the Duchess, 73, wore respectful attire as she learned how the London Islamic Cultural Society has supported communities in need during the pandemic.
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At the religious centre, Camilla added a light headscarf to her contrasting outfit of blacks and whites, which included a leopard-print mask and a cape-style coat over a dress shirt.
Sister Bibi Khan, President of the London Islamic Society, led Camilla through the visit. As Clarence House shared, members of the mosque have been giving out food, counselling, and advice to those in-need throughout the pandemic. They've also led awareness-raising efforts in the community on getting vaccinated.
Wednesday's outing for Duchess Camilla comes as the royals have begun resuming in-person engagements in recent months. She and Prince Charles even travelled to Greece on official duty in March.