The Duchess of Cornwall cut an elegant figure as she attended the annual Journalists’ Commemorative Service in London today.  

Camilla, 72 years old, was welcomed warmly by her family before entering St Bride’s Church, Fleet Street, to pay respects to the journalistic crew, support staff, and camera-crew who died on the front lines. 

For colder weather, wrap up warm She looked stylish in a chic blue dress, which she layered under a smart cape jacket. To complete her look, she added a pair of trendy suede boots to the mix.   

The Duchess of Cambridge was present to receive the pay Her condolences go out to all those who were in danger trying to bring the news to the globe.

The Duchess of Cornwall cut an elegant figure as she attended the annual Journalists' Commemorative Service in London today

Today, the Duchess Of Cornwall was elegant as she attended today’s annual Journalists’ Commemorative Service.

Camilla, 72, received a warm welcome before she made her way into St Bride's Church in Fleet Street to honour the journalists, camera-crew and support staff who had lost their lives on the front line

Camilla, 72 years old, was welcomed warmly before entering St Bride’s Church, Fleet Street, to honor the journalist, camera crew, and support staff who died on the frontline.

Candles were lit to remember those who lost their lives on the battle field during the annual service. Tim Davie, director general of BBC Tim Davie delivered an address.

Other readers included Alison Phillips, editor of Daily Mirror. 

It comes after a  busy few weeks for the Duchess, who earlier this month visited the set of ITV’s adaptation of Grace in West Sussex. 

Camilla spent the night in Shoreham-by-Sea, where she was able to join the stars and crew, including John Simm (who plays troubled Brighton copman) as well as Peter James, the author of the best-selling Roy Grace Series. 

Wrapping up warm for the chilly weather conditions, she looked chic in a blue dress which she layered underneath a smart cape style jacket - and completed her outfit with a trendy pair of knee-high suede boots

For the colder weather, she wrapped up in a warm blue dress and added a stylish pair of suede boots to complete her look.

The Duchess donned leather gloves for the occasion and could be seen receiving a warm welcome as she arrived at the event

For the occasion, the Duchess wore leather gloves and was warmly welcomed at the event by the host. 

And last week she joined Prince Charles in Glasgow to attend the Cop26 summit, at which the Prince of Wales demanded a ‘military-style campaign’ to mobilise trillions of dollars of private sector cash to ‘save our precious planet’.

According to The Duke of Cornwall the pandemic showed the world that if everyone agrees on the urgent and direction, ‘timelines could be dramatically sped-up’.

According to the future king, top executives and business leaders he spoke to said they are ready to help protect the planet from climate change. 

It comes after sources said that Camilla, who was praised for a speech earlier this month, in which she called for more urgent action to tackle sexual violence against women, will be asked to help manage the Queen’s workload. 

War correspondent Anthony Loyd was among those in attendance at the service in London tonight

Anthony Loyd (War correspondent) was one of those present tonight at the London ceremony 

Meanwhile the director-general of the BBC, Tim Davie, also gave a speech at the event this evening

Meanwhile the director-general of the BBC, Tim Davie, also gave a speech at the event this evening

Tim Davie (director-general BBC) also spoke at this event. 

Another attendee who spoke a few words was Alison Phillips, editor of the Daily Mirror (pictured)

Alison Phillips (pictured), editor of The Daily Mirror, was another attendee that spoke just a few words. 

Under rules enshrined in law and detailed on the official Royal website, four members of the family are currently entitled as ‘Counsellors of State’ to take over from the Queen if she is unable to perform her duties – if, for example, she were abroad or unwell. 

Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince Andrew are these Counsellors. These are William’s three children, Charlotte, Louis and George.

But neither Prince Andrew – who is fighting sex claims lodged in the US – nor Prince Harry, who has quit official duties and now lives in California, are currently working members of the Royal Family.

 Dr Craig Prescott, a constitutional expert at Bangor University, explained: ‘The Counsellors of State are a Plan B from a constitutional point of view, but what happens when Plan B isn’t quite ideal? It is possible that the Queen will add the Duchess Cornwall as a Counsellor to State, since Charles would still be King.

Former ITV News correspondent Libby Wiener also spoke out at the service this evening in London

Libby Wiener (ex-journalist for ITV News) also addressed the London service.