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Duchess of Cornwall wears a stylish plaid dress while visiting Swindon Fire Station and Borough Council

Monochrome magic! Duchess of Cornwall dons stylish plaid dress while visiting Swindon Fire Station and Borough Council to thank the staff for their work during the Covid-19 crisis

  • 72-year-old Camilla today visited the Swindon Fire Station and Swindon Borough Council
  • Meet firefighters, Great Western Hospital personnel and South Western Ambulance Service paramedics
  • I have learned how emergency services have adapted the services in COVID-19

The Duchess of Cornwall visited the Swindon Fire Station and Swindon Borough council today – as she slowly returns to royal duties amid the relaxation of the coronavirus lock.

72-year-old Camilla wore a stylish display in a black and white plaid dress with a white collar detail – and adorned with a pair of dainty pearl earrings.

During her visit, the royal firefighters, staff at Great Western Hospital and paramedics from the South Western Ambulance Service met at the Swindon Fire Station.

She also heard how emergency personnel had to adjust their services during the COVID-19 pandemic and thanked them for their work.

The 72-year-old Duchess of Cornwall put on a classy show when she visited the Swindon Fire Station and Swindon Borough Council today

The 72-year-old Duchess of Cornwall put on a classy show when she visited the Swindon Fire Station and Swindon Borough Council today

Her Royal Highness met firefighters, Great Western Hospital personnel and South Western Ambulance Service paramedics at the Swindon Fire Station (photo)

Her Royal Highness met firefighters, Great Western Hospital personnel and South Western Ambulance Service paramedics at the Swindon Fire Station (photo)

Her Royal Highness met firefighters, Great Western Hospital personnel and South Western Ambulance Service paramedics at the Swindon Fire Station (photo)

The royal family is slowly returning to public duties because the restrictions on closing have been relaxed.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have also met the public and visited local businesses near their Norfolk home.

It comes just days after it was revealed, the Duchess of Cornwall will discuss closed life, miss her grandchildren and how Charles is the fittest man she knows for his age in an upcoming radio interview.

Camilla will cover a wide variety of topics as she performs her first radio guest adaptation ever on BBC Radio 5 Live’s The Emma Barnett Show on Tuesday.

During her visit, Camilla heard how emergency personnel had to adjust their services during the COVID-19 pandemic and thanked them for their work.  Depicted, speaking to staff

During her visit, Camilla heard how emergency personnel had to adjust their services during the COVID-19 pandemic and thanked them for their work.  Depicted, speaking to staff

During her visit, Camilla heard how emergency personnel had to adjust their services during the COVID-19 pandemic and thanked them for their work. Depicted, speaking to staff

Camilla opted for a black and white monochrome dress and decorated with a pair of graceful pearl earrings

Camilla opted for a black and white monochrome dress and decorated with a pair of graceful pearl earrings

Camilla opted for a black and white monochrome dress and decorated with a pair of graceful pearl earrings

The royal ensured she adhered to government guidelines amid COVID-19 - and was socially distant when talking to staff (pictured)

The royal ensured she adhered to government guidelines amid COVID-19 - and was socially distant when talking to staff (pictured)

The royal ensured she adhered to government guidelines amid COVID-19 – and was socially distant when talking to staff (pictured)

The Duchess will tell how her husband, the Prince of Wales, remains in good shape despite suffering from Covid-19 earlier this year.

In a pre-recorded segment of the show, Camilla will say, ‘He’s probably the fittest man his age I know. He will walk and walk and walk. He’s like a mountain goat, leaving everyone miles behind. ‘

The Duchess will also talk about missing her grandchildren while closing and how she will “look forward to the day” when she can embrace them.

“You’re so excited because you haven’t seen them for three and a half months … Your first reaction is to run over to them and hug them, and raise your hands a little. It is a very strange feeling, “she will say.

On taking out the corona virus, Camilla talks about her love for jeans and how she familiarized herself with online video conference calling.

She will say, “I’m ashamed to say I really hated the internet. I didn’t understand and thought, “What’s the point of this?”.

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