Cheers! Duchess of Cornwall looks smart in forest green as she enjoys wine tasting during a visit to a Sussex vineyard
- The Duchess of Cornwall, 72, donned a forest green suit for her royal visit
- Beamed as she made with guests during an outing to an art museum in Sussex
- Was seen exploring the Ditchling Museum of Arts and Crafts and met with staff
- Came in week Kate Middleton, 37, and Meghan Markle, 38, both wore the shade
The Duchess of Cornwall looked smart in forest green as she enjoyed a glass of English wine during a royal visit to a Sussex vineyard today.
Camilla, 72, wore the emerald ensemble with a pair of black pumps as she took a tour of the Bolney Wine Estate.
It's been a busy day of visits for the royal, with the Duchess also visiting the Ditchling Museum of Art and Craft, as well as a local Rape Crisis Centre.
The Duchess of Cornwall, 72, donned a smart forest green suit as she made several visits in Sussex today (pictured, at the Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft)
Duchess of Cornwall, President of Wine GB, (right) with Sam Linter, Managing Director and chief wine maker during a visit to the Bolney Wine Estate in Haywards Heath, Sussex
She was seen enjoying a tipple during a wine tasting at the estate, following a busy day of royal engagements in Sussex
Camilla recycled a forest green suit for the occasion, pairing her outfit with a smart black shoe.
The Duchess matched her fellow royals Kate and Meghan with the choice of colour, after the women stepped out in similar shades of green earlier this week.
Kate donned a sparkling Jenny Packham while on tour in Pakistan, as she attended an event at the National Monument in Islamabad.
Meanwhile Meghan recycled her a fitter green £462 P.A.R.O.S.H. dress, which she'd originally worn for her engagement photographs, for an appearance at the WellChild Awards in London on Tuesday.
Meghan and Kate have both stepped out in similar shades of green this week at various events (pictured left, The Duchess of Sussex at the WellChild Awards on Wednesday, and right, The Duchess of Cambridge during her tour of Pakistan the same evening)
The Duchess of Cornwall appeared fascinating the the Typography exhibition at the museum in Sussex
The duchess was seen bonding with a young mother before tickling her newborn daughter's toe
The Duchess was seen chatting with schoolchildren who were also visiting the exhibition as they practiced their drawing
The Duchess of Cornwall appeared relaxed as she joined visitors at the Ditchling Museum of Arts and Crafts for the royal visit today.
She was seen beaming as she met one new mother who held her newborn daughter in her arms, before the Duchess playfully tickling the baby's toe.
She visited the Disruption, Devotion + Distributism exhibition, which showcases over 400 St Dominic’s Press pamphlets and posters.
The private press was set up by printer Hilary Pepler and published a wide range of material including books and pamphlets for The Guild of St Joseph and St Dominic and other artists and thinkers sharing their philosophy around craftsmanship and life.
Later, the Duchess was seen visiting the Rape Crisis Centre for Sussex and Surrey, where she met with survivors of sexual violence
Camilla spoke with survivors of sexual violence during her visit to the Rape Crisis Centre in Crawley
Camilla was also seen chatting to schoolchildren, who were seen drawing at the exhibition in Sussex.
Later, the Duchess went on to visit the Rape Crisis Centre for Sussex and Surrey, where she met with survivors of sexual violence.
The visit marks the 10th year anniversary since the Duchess first visited the Rape Crisis Centre in south London based in Croydon in November 2009.
And later, she visited the Bolney Wine Estate in Haywards Heath, taking a tour of the grounds with Sam Linter, Managing Director and chief wine maker.
The Duchess was seen observing the wine making process alongside Sam Linter, Managing Director and chief wine maker
Camilla also unveiled a special plaque during her visit to the Bolney Wine Estate in Haywards Heath, during her busy day in Sussex
She went on to unveil a plaque, before enjoying a tipple during a wine tasting session.
The Duchess became President of Wine GB in 2011, and has long supported English wine.
And shortly after the visit, she went on to meet schoolpupils from the Bolney Primary school during a visit to the new Winery.
The royal also received flowers from children from the Bolney Primary school during a visit to the new Winery
It comes amid a busy week for the Duchess, who has had a jam-packed schedule in the past few days.
Yesterday she attended a Poetry Together event, where she recited the humourous Matilda Who Told Lies, And Was Burned To Death by Hilaire Belloc, by memory.
And on Wednesday she attended a tea reception for the Booker Prize Foundation, as well as making an appearance alongside the Queen to mark 750th anniversary of Westminster Abbey.