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A VERY windswept Duchess of Cornwall visits The National Arboretum

The Duchess of Cornwall is well known for her polished appearance yet today, she proved even she can't defy the elements. 

Camilla, 73, looked rather windswept as she arrived at Westonbirt, The National Arboretum, in Gloucestershire, to meet with staff at a community shelter.

The royal had clearly made her usual effort with her look, arriving at the woodland venue with her hair coiffed to perfection, while sporting fitting brown boots and a green coat.

However, she quickly fell victim to a huge gust of wind and her pristine locks appeared a little ruffled.

Camilla (pictured), 73, looked rather windswept as she arrived at Westonbirt, The National Arboretum, in Gloucestershire

The royal (pictured) had clearly made her usual effort with her look, arriving at the woodland venue with her hair coiffed to perfection, while sporting fitting brown boots and a green coat

Camilla seemed the epitome of autumn in brown striped boots, green trousers and a matching jacket, while holding a cream scarf.  

Putting safety first, the duchess teamed her outdoorsy ensemble with a bright lime-coloured face covering.

This isn't the first time Camilla has visited the arboretum, with the royal touring the woodland venue, which is managed by the Forestry Commission, in June 2014.

It had opened a new visitor centre to help it deal with the increasing number of people attending its Forest Live concerts, with 90s rockers Suede, Little Mix and veterans Boyzone having appeared on the stage previously.

However, Camilla (pictured) quickly fell victim to a huge gust of wind and her pristine locks appeared a little ruffled

Camilla (pictured next to a statue at the woodland venue) seemed the epitome of autumn in brown striped boots, green trousers and a matching jacket, while holding a cream scarf

This isn't the first time Camilla (pictured) has visited the arboretum, with the royal touring the woodland venue, which is managed by the Forestry Commission, in June 2014

The arboretum has 2,500 species of tree from all over the world and plays a 'vital part in research and conservation', according to its website. 

Last Week, Camilla donned a statement leopard print face mask paired with a smart monochrome outfit as she delivered brownies baked at Clarence House to a west London charity. 

She chatted with volunteers of The Pepper Pot centre in Ladbroke Grove, and delivered the sweet treats for food parcels to be given to members of the centre.

The arboretum has 2,500 species of tree from all over the world and plays a 'vital part in research and conservation', according to its website. Pictured, Camilla at the venue

Putting safety first, the duchess teamed her outdoorsy ensemble with a bright lime-coloured face covering (pictured) 

The Duchess of Cornwall during a visit to Westonbirt, the National Arboretum in Gloucestershire, where she met staff at a community shelter

The charity was set up to support African and Caribbean elderly people in west London, and Camilla heard about the support being offered to them during the coronavirus pandemic.   

Camilla visited the games room of the charity where she met and chatted with staff, and later did a Zoom call with members of the Pepper Pot Centre. 

She wore a stylish white blouse with peplum sleeves underneath a chic black sleeveless blazer, paired with a diamond encrusted horse shoe brooch. 

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