Camilla, Queen Consort, has received Queen Rania and Crown Princess Mary from Jordan at Clarence House on Monday. This was ahead of a Buckingham Palace reception later in the evening.
Camilla, 75-year-old, looked stunning in a blue gown when she was photographed alongside two other royal ladies.
Rania, 52, wore a teal frock with matching heels and gem-encrusted sleeves. Mary, 50, who is from Australia, looked equally elegant in a monochrome checked skirt paired with a black blouse.
The Queen Consort is hosting a major reception at Buckingham Palace to raise awareness of violence against women and girls; Queen Mathilde of Belgium, Rania and Mary are all due to be present.
Camilla, Queen Consort of Queen Rania of Jordan and Crown Prince Mary of Denmark were welcomed at Clarence House by Queen Consort Camilla on Monday. This was ahead of a Buckingham Palace reception this evening.
The Queen of Jordan shared the photo of Rania, Camilla, and Mary to Instagram.
“A beautiful afternoon with Her Majesty Queen Consort Camilla and Her Rania wrote the caption: “Royal Highness Crown Prince Princess Mary of Denmark.”
Camilla will deliver a powerful, personal speech to survivors and their families at Tuesday’s reception.
It is held in the context of the 16-day United Nations campaign against gender-based violence.
Camilla (pictured November 22), 75, looked flawlessly elegant in a light blue dress as she appeared in a photograph with the other royal ladies
The Countess Of Wessex, along with politicians and representatives of SafeLives, Women’s Aid, Refuge, and other charities, will be among the 300 attendees.
Former Spice Girl Melanie Brown (who was awarded the MBE for her work at Women’s Aid domestic violence charity) and reality TV star Zara McCDermott (who has previously spoken out about her efforts in ending the scourge called’revenge poin’) are due to also be there.
Sources say Camilla will be speaking about what she learned from her experience in domestic abuse. It is important that survivors are heard and believed.
Camilla is expected speak about prevention and the desire to reach the end of domestic violence.
In what could be seen to indicate how important this issue is to Camilla’s, she used her first solo engagement as a royal to meet domestic abusers at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.
Camilla’s Queen’s Companions, who were revealed at the weekend, will be present publicly with her at the reception for the first-time.
Buckingham Palace said that the 75 year-old Queen will have six Queens companions, and not traditional ladies-inwaiting. They are trusted friends who will support her in her important official and state duties.