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The monarch, 95, failed to address the Church of England's national assembly at Church House in Westminster for the first time in her 69-year reign on Tuesday.After missing the Remembrance Sunday service at the weekend, the Queen was due to appear in person at Church House, the Westminster headquarters of the Synod, but her appearance was cancelled last Thursday over health concerns.
The Duchess of Cornwall and Countess of Wessex put on a glamorous display as they stepped out at the Rifles Awards Dinner in London this evening.
Colonel-in-Chief of The Rifles, Camilla, 74, cut an elegant figure in a floor-length, black dress, featuring a sophisticated V-neck to showcase the lavish gem encrusted necklace she donned and the matching earrings upon her arrival at the City of London Guildhall.
Looking equally fashionable, Sophie, in her role as a Royal Colonel, stole the limelight with a pop of colour as she opted for a bright blue maxi gown, boasting a cinched waist and square neckline.
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The Duke of Cambridge, 39, cut a dapper figure in a navy jacket and baby blue shirt as he arrived at the headquarters of Microsoft in Reading earlier this morning.The Duke of Cambridge, 39, cut a dapper figure in a navy jacket and baby blue shirt as he arrived at the software company this morning.
The Duchess and Countess were joined at the biennial occasion by the Queen's first cousins the Duke of Kent and the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester.
Colonel-in-Chief of The Rifles, Camilla (pictured), 74, cut an elegant figure in a floor-length, black dress, featuring a sophisticated V-neck to showcase the lavish gem encrusted necklace she donned and the matching earrings upon her arrival at the City of London Guildhall
Camilla was all smiles when arriving at the event, which saw her join members, veterans and specially invited guests for a reception - where she is set to say a few words.
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The Duchess of Sussex' father, Thomas Markle, has branded her appearance on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' "embarrassing" and insisted she should never have taken part in a comedy sketch for the programme.Meghan was interviewed by her friend on an episode of the US daytime programme which aired on Thursday (18.11.21) and she also took part in a sketch where she drank from a baby's bottle, claimed to have healing powers and impersonated a cat while out shopping, and Thomas Markle has insisted his estranged daughter shouldn't have gone on the show because it isn't appropriate for her position in the British royal family.
She teamed her sophisticated ensemble with a gem embellished clutch and wore the silver Bugle Horn brooch of The Rifles, which she was gifted last year after Prince Philip transferred the historic military title of Colonel-in-Chief of the infantry regiment The Rifles to her in July.
Adding to the glitzy outfit, the Prince of Wales' wife opted for a smattering of glamorous makeup to add to her look and kept her blond locks down.
Sophie ensured she looked just as elegant as Camilla, opting for a colourful set of diamond earrings and a silver to brooch, while teaming her vibrant gown with a metallic clutch.
The Duke of Edinburgh had been closely associated with The Rifles and its earlier regiments for almost 70 years. He transferred his role as Colonel-in-Chief of The Rifles to the Duchess of Cornwall in a socially-distanced ceremony.
Prince Philip remained in isolation at Windsor Castle while the Duchess of Cornwall was at Highgrove.
The Duke of Edinburgh was formally thanked for his 67 years of support and service to The Rifles, and their forming and antecedent regiments.
She teamed her sophisticated ensemble with a gem embellished clutch and wore the silver Bugle Horn brooch of The Rifles, which she was gifted last year after Prince Philip transferred the historic military title of Colonel-in-Chief of the infantry regiment The Rifles to her in July
The Duchess of Cornwall made her first visit to The Rifles headquarters in September.
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The Rifles were formed in February 2007, following the merger of four celebrated infantry Regiments - The Devonshire and Dorset Light Infantry; The Light Infantry; The Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Light Infantry; and The Royal Green Jackets.
Forged during the campaigns of Iraq and Afghanistan, they are now the largest infantry regiment in the British Army. Their motto is: 'Swift and Bold.'
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