The Duchess of Cornwall and the Countess of Wessex attend the Rifles Awards Dinner in London

Dazzling in diamonds! The Duchess of Cornwall and the Countess of Wessex wear glamorous jewelry and gowns as they attend the Rifles Awards Dinner in London

  • The Duchess of Cornwall and the Countess of Wessex attend the Rifles Awards Dinner in London
  • The Rifles’ Colonel-General Camilla, 74, cut a chic figure in a black floor-length dress this evening.
  • Equally trendy looking, Sophie, in her role as a royal colonel, stole the spotlight with a splash of color










The The Duchess of Cornwall And Countess of Wessex They put on a magical show as they walked out at the Rifles Awards Dinner in London Tonight.

Colonel-General of The Rifles, Camilla, 74, cut an elegant figure in a floor-length black dress featuring a V-neck to showcase the lavish gem-set necklace she wore and matching earrings on her arrival in London Guildhall.

Equally trendy looking, Sophie, in her role as a royal colonel, stole the spotlight with a pop of color as she opted for a light blue maxi dress, featuring a textured waist and a square neckline.

The Duchess and Countess are joined for a biennial event the QueenHis first cousins ​​are the Duke of Kent and the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester.

The Duchess of Cornwall (pictured) and the Countess of Wessex put on a glam show as they walked out at the Rifles Awards Dinner in London this evening

Sophie arrives at the biennial Rifles Awards Gala in London

The Duchess of Cornwall (pictured left) and Countess of Wessex (pictured right) put on a glam show as they walked out at the Rifles Awards dinner in London this evening

Camilla, Colonel-General of The Rifles, (pictured), 74, cut an elegant figure in a floor-length black dress, featuring a V-neck to showcase the lavish gem-set necklace she wore and matching earrings access to London Guildhall

Camilla, Colonel-General of The Rifles, (pictured), 74, cut an elegant figure in a floor-length black dress, featuring a V-neck to showcase the lavish gem-set necklace she wore and matching earrings access to London Guildhall

Camilla was smiling as she arrived at the event, which saw her join members, veterans, and specially invited guests for a reception – where she’s scheduled to say a few words.

She teamed her sophisticated ensemble with a gem-encrusted handbag and wore the Raffles silver Pugh Horn brooch, which was awarded last year after Prince Philip transferred the historic military title of Colonel-General of the Rifles Regiment to her in July.

Adding to the alluring look, the wife of the Prince of Wales opted for glamorous makeup to add to her look and kept her blonde locks.

Emphasizing that she looks just as elegant as Camila, Sophie opted for a colorful set of diamond and silver earrings for a brooch, while pairing her vibrant gown with a metallic handbag.

Join the Duchess and Countess for the biennial event, the Queen's first cousins ​​the Duke of Kent and the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester (pictured)

The Duke of Kent arrives for the Rifles Awards Dinner at the City of London Guildhall

The Duchess and Countess are joined at the biennial event by the Queen’s first cousins, the Duke of Kent (pictured right) and the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester (pictured left)

The Duchess of Cornwall addresses guests at the biennial Rifles Awards Gala Dinner in London

The Duchess of Cornwall addresses guests at the biennial Rifles Awards Gala Dinner in London

Sophie (pictured) kept her hair up to better display her sparkly jewelry and wore a bronze makeup look as well as a smokey eye.

The Duchess of Cornwall gives her speech in the photo

Sophie (pictured left) kept her hair up to better display her sparkly jewelry and wore a bronze makeup look as well as a smokey eye. Pictured to the right, the Duchess of Cornwall giving her speech

The Queen’s son-in-law kept her hair to better display her sparkling jewelry and wore a bronze makeup look as well as a smokey eye.

The Duke of Edinburgh has been closely associated with The Rifles and their former cohorts for nearly 70 years. He passed on his role as colonel-in-chief on The Rifles to the Duchess of Cornwall at an out-of-community party.

Prince Philip remained in seclusion at Windsor Castle while the Duchess of Cornwall was at Highgrove.

The Duke of Edinburgh is officially thanked for his 67 years of support and service to The Rifles, and the formation of the former regiments.

Adding to the alluring look, the wife of the Prince of Wales opted for glamorous makeup to add to her look and kept her blonde locks.

Adding to the alluring look, the wife of the Prince of Wales opted for glamorous makeup to add to her look and kept her blonde locks.

Camilla was smiling as she arrived at the event, which saw her join members, veterans and specially invited guests for a reception, where she was due to say a few words.

She teamed her sophisticated ensemble with a gem-encrusted handbag and wore the Raffles silver Pugh Horn brooch, which was awarded last year after Prince Philip transferred the historic military title of Colonel-General of the Rifles Regiment to her in July.

Camilla (pictured) was smiling as she arrived at the event, which saw her join members, veterans and specially invited guests for a reception, where she was due to say a few words.

The Duchess of Cornwall made her first visit to The Rifles headquarters in September.

The rifles were formed in February 2007, after the merger of four famous infantry regiments – the Devonshire and Dorset Light Infantry; Light Infantry Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire Wiltshire Light; and The Royal Green Jackets.

Formed during the Iraq and Afghanistan campaigns, it is now the largest infantry regiment in the British Army. Their motto is: “Fast and Bold”.

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