Winning look! Camilla looks stylish in tweed as she watches her horse take first place at the Kempton Park Races

  • Duchess of Cornwall, 72 visited the Kempton Park Racecourse in Sunbury today
  • She looked in good spirits as she watched her horse compete in one of the races
  • Camilla was accompanied by her trainer Jamie Snowden at Kempton Park
  • She bundled up in warm tweed coat to protect herself from the October chill 

The Duchess of Cornwall looked stylish in tweed on Sunday afternoon as she watched her horse take first place, during one of the races at the Kempton Park Racecourse in Sunbury. 

Camilla, 72, arrived at the race course on wrapped up in a autumnal tweed coat, and looked delighted after her horse Pacify won the Matchbook Betting Exchange race.

The wife of Prince Charles dressed in the stylish light brown coat and accessorised it with white and beige scarf and a forest green handbag. 

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, 72 ,looked relaxed and happy a she watched her horse Pacify win his race in Sunbury earlier today

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, 72 ,looked relaxed and happy a she watched her horse Pacify win his race in Sunbury earlier today

Elegant with pearl earrings and a dotted cream scarf, Camilla was in good spirits as she stayed around the race-court of Kempton Park

Elegant with pearl earrings and a dotted cream scarf, Camilla was in good spirits as she stayed around the race-court of Kempton Park 

The Duchess was accompanied by her trainer Jaime Snowden (left). The two were spotted enjoying the race

The Duchess was accompanied by her trainer Jaime Snowden (left). The two were spotted enjoying the race 

To brave the October chill the royal also wore brown suede boots, with a practical heel - which were perfect for a day at the races. 

Camilla looked natural and relaxed for her day at the races a with just a hint of mascara and a glossy lip, as well her hair neatly blown dry into her normal style.

She joined Pacify's trainer Jamie Snowden to watch her horse compete and they both looked delighted when the stallion won.

Like many members of the royal family, Camilla is keen on horses, and learned to ride as a child. She also owns another horse - called Golden Cygnet.

As the wind played with her platinium locks, Camilla exchanged some good words with Mr Snowden

As the wind played with her platinium locks, Camilla exchanged some good words with Mr Snowden 

Queen of autumnal combinations. Camilla bundled up in a tweed coat with Swede lapels for he time at the races today

Queen of autumnal combinations. Camilla bundled up in a tweed coat with Swede lapels for he time at the races today

The October chill could not deter the Duchess of Cornwall from watching Pacify compete and win

The October chill could not deter the Duchess of Cornwall from watching Pacify compete and win 

In July, she was captured on film as she expertly tamed a horse during an event for the Ebony Horse Club charity in Clarence House. 

Camilla managed to calm the horse, a Cobb, named Splash, who was taking his stress out on Prince Charles' beloved lawns. 

 A carrot proved a great help in her diversion effort, however, the stallion went back to lawn as soon as the treat was finished. 

Camilla wowed royal fans this week, wearing a smart forest green suit while visiting Sussex on Thursday. 

Elegant in earth tones. Camilla wore a combination of cream and light brown that suited her complexion and hair

Elegant in earth tones. Camilla wore a combination of cream and light brown that suited her complexion and hair 

Camilla looked perfectly protected for today's grim temperatures in her tweed coat and scarf (pictured)

Camilla looked perfectly protected for today's grim temperatures in her tweed coat and scarf (pictured)

Pearls for Camilla1 The Duchess, who was wearig a dahs of mascara, sported lovely drop pearl earrings

Pearls for Camilla1 The Duchess, who was wearig a dahs of mascara, sported lovely drop pearl earrings 

Later, the Duchess was seen visiting the Rape Crisis Centre for Sussex and Surrey, where she met with survivors of sexual violence

Later, the Duchess was seen visiting the Rape Crisis Centre for Sussex and Surrey, where she met with survivors of sexual violence 

During the busy day of engagement, Camilla visited a local vineyard before she headed to the Ditchling Museum of Art and Craft, as well as a local Rape Crisis Centre.

The Duchess of Cornwall appeared relaxed as she joined visitors at the Ditchling Museum of Arts and Crafts for the royal visit.

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. 

Camilla looks stylish in tweed as she watches her horse take first place at the Kempton Park Races

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