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Duchess of Cornwall wears the bad weather in a royal blue coat

The Duchess of Cornwall appeared cheerful today when she visited a youth center in Brent as part of her tour through this year’s London Borough of Culture.

Camilla, 72, brightened the gloomy day in a royal blue, tailor-made jacket when she was greeted by dozens of benefactors at the Granville Youth Center.

She combined her stylish jacket, with statement, metal buttons, with a pair of black heels and leather gloves for the occasion.

The royal completed her chic ensemble with a navy pinafore-style dress, along with a white blouse with long sleeves, which had a high neck and pleated cuffs.

The Duchess of Cornwall, 72, appeared cheerful today when she visited a youth center in Brent as part of her tour of this year's London Borough of Culture.

The Duchess of Cornwall, 72, appeared cheerful today when she visited a youth center in Brent as part of her tour of this year’s London Borough of Culture.

Camilla, 72, locked the bad weather in a royal blue, tailor-made jacket as she watched children dance at the Granville Youth Center

Camilla, 72, locked the bad weather in a royal blue, tailor-made jacket as she watched children dance at the Granville Youth Center

Camilla, 72, locked the bad weather in a royal blue, tailor-made jacket as she watched children dance at the Granville Youth Center

During her outing, Camilla was seen grinning in the front row while children from North West London performed dances from different cultures.

The recital saw young girls who participated in Irish and Albanian dance routines for their royal audience.

The Duchess was also seen as she talked to two children while making clay figures during her tour of the Granville Youth Center.

Later in the day, the Duchess visited the Kiln Theater in Kilburn while continuing her visit to the London Borough of Culture for 2020.

There she posed for a photo with the cast, crew and writer of the current production ‘Pass Over’ of the theater.

She combined her stylish jacket - with striking metal buttons - with a pair of boots with black heels and leather gloves

She combined her stylish jacket - with striking metal buttons - with a pair of boots with black heels and leather gloves

She combined her stylish jacket – with striking metal buttons – with a pair of boots with black heels and leather gloves

The Duchess was also seen as she talked to two children while making clay figures during her tour of the Granville Youth Center

The Duchess was also seen as she talked to two children while making clay figures during her tour of the Granville Youth Center

The Duchess was also seen as she talked to two children while making clay figures during her tour of the Granville Youth Center

Camilla greets a group of children at the Granville Youth Center after watching a dance performance with the young people

Camilla greets a group of children at the Granville Youth Center after watching a dance performance with the young people

Camilla greets a group of children at the Granville Youth Center after watching a dance performance with the young people

The London Borough of Culture Award “places culture at the heart of local communities” and aims to inspire the potential of young people and bring Londoners together.

The prize, launched by the mayor of London in June 2017, was inspired by the UK City and European Capital of Culture programs.

This year, the municipality of Brent will present prominent cultural events and activities throughout the year, in which hundreds of residents participate.

Highlights include a new work by author Zadie Smith from the area, and a mile-long summer street party on Kilburn High Road.

Pictured: The Duchess of Cornwall greets good wishes at the Granville Youth Center as part of her visit to Brent, the London 2020 Borough of Culture

Pictured: The Duchess of Cornwall greets good wishes at the Granville Youth Center as part of her visit to Brent, the London 2020 Borough of Culture

Pictured: The Duchess of Cornwall greets good wishes at the Granville Youth Center as part of her visit to Brent, the London 2020 Borough of Culture

During her outing, Camilla was seen grinning in the front row while children from the North West London region performed dances from different cultures

During her outing, Camilla was seen grinning in the front row while children from the North West London region performed dances from different cultures

During her outing, Camilla was seen grinning in the front row while children from the North West London region performed dances from different cultures

The recital saw young girls who participated in Irish (photo) and Albanian dance routines for their royal audience

The recital saw young girls who participated in Irish (photo) and Albanian dance routines for their royal audience

The recital saw young girls who participated in Irish (photo) and Albanian dance routines for their royal audience

Camilla’s outing continues with a busy week of engagements for the Duchess, who organized a reception on Tuesday for “Versus Arthritis” at her home in Clarence House in London.

In the course of the evening she saw shaking hands and entering into a conversation with employees who work for charity.

The duchess has previously helped draw attention to the associated paralyzing bone condition of osteoporisis after describing how it killed her deceased mother, Rosalind.

Versus Arthritis is the largest charity in the UK dedicated to supporting people with arthritis.

Camilla poses for a photo with the cast, crew and writer of Kiln theater production 'Pass Over' during a visit to the Kiln Theater in Brent

Camilla poses for a photo with the cast, crew and writer of Kiln theater production 'Pass Over' during a visit to the Kiln Theater in Brent

Camilla poses for a photo with the cast, crew and writer of Kiln theater production ‘Pass Over’ during a visit to the Kiln Theater in Brent

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