Camilla Duchess of Cornwall wore an all white outfit complete with lavish accessories today.
However, royal fans were quick to point out it was an almost identical outfit to her look for Prince Louis’ christening yesterday.
The wife of Prince Charles, 69, gave a sense of deja vu, opting for a near-identical hat and dress combination to yesterday.
She also wore exactly the same cream Chanel pumps with a brown shiny toe as she did yesterday.
Camilla often wears this style of Chanel pumps during public engagements.
She attended a service at Westminster Abbey, London to mark the centenary of the Royal Air Force.
She also wore the famous Four Strand Pearl Choker with a diamond clasp around her neck.
The necklace appeared to be the same one as she wore yesterday, but it was clasped a little differently to rest highly on her neck.
However, she added one key difference to the look which was occasion appropriate.
The Duchess added a brooch which seemed to be in the shape of a bird or plane.
The jewellery addition paid homage to the nature of the occasion.
She also carried a cream clutch, which was more subtle compared to her cream snakeprint clutch yesterday.
Finally, she carried a pair of cream leather gloves in one hand.
Yesterday, Camilla wore a cream dress for Prince Louis’ christening which was almost identical to her one today.
The step grandmother of the little prince, Camilla looked in the best of spirits as she walked into the ceremony at the Chapel Royal, St James’s Palace.
Known for her muted colour palette, Camilla wore a lovely cream midi dress by British designer Fiona Clare, perfect for the occasion.
The dress has been worn by the Duchess before, possibly showing her confidence in the outfit’s style points.
She matched the elegant dress with a wide-brimmed cream Locke hat.
Camilla’s dress floated in the summer breeze as she walked towards the chapel for the service. It featured a floating, slightly pleated skirt detail, which came to just below her waist.
Channelling understated elegance the dress had no frills, prints or patterns, with Camilla keeping low-key for the little prince’s day.