The Duchess of Cornwall, 73, donned the stylish face covering as she visited the Pepper Pot Centre in Ladbroke Grove, west London. During the engagement, Camilla helped pack lunches for African Caribbean pensioners.
Prince Charles’s wife wore an animal print face mask – which was a handmade gift from a member of the public – for the visit.
Royal fans were quick to compliment the chic face covering on social media.
One Twitter user wrote: “LEOPARD PRINT MASK. love it.”
Another gushed: “OOhhhh!! How stylish is the Duchess of Cornwall today……beautiful coat and dress and then the MASK! She has really come into her own.”
A third excitedly posted: “Camilla in a leopard print mask today!”
Camilla wore a white shirt with a black sleeveless dress and cape for the engagement.
She completed the fashionable look with long black boots and a leather handbag.
The royal joined volunteers sending hot meals of Caribbean oxtail and chicken with vegetables to about 30 pensioners.
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It was founded to combat isolation, depression, discrimination and loneliness among the growing generation of African Caribbean older people.
Camilla chatted with some of the elderly members on Zoom in the centre’s IT suite.
Norma Seal McConnie, an 80-year-old great-grandmother who came to Britain from Barbados in 1958 and trained as a nurse, told her: “It’s very sad because I (normally) come into the centre five days a week. I miss my friends.”
Camilla replied: “I can well believe that. It must be a big gap in your life.”
The royal told the volunteers, who have also been holding remote internet classes for over 50s since the lockdown in March, that they were “doing a great job”.
Mrs Jeffrey’s son Howard, who is chairman of the centre, showed Camilla round. He said: “They miss the bingo and Bible studies most.”
Camilla’s stylish face mask comes after Princess Anne impressed royal fans with her personalised covering.
The Queen’s only daughter has worn a white mask decorated with her royal monogram for a number of recent engagements.