Camilla Duchess Of Cornwall spent time at the Griffin Primary School in Nine Elms, London on Tuesday, June 22, to celebrate the opening of the new "Life-changing Library" and even did a bit of reading with the gifted group of students along with Waterstones Children's Laureate and author, Cressida Cowell.
The royal family member, who is also the patron of BookTrust and the National Literacy Trust, took time out of her busy schedule to read the children's book, The Tiger Who Came to Tea, to a group of bright young children as they celebrated the opening of the school's Life Changing Library that is being headed by Cowell.
Rocking a chic Burberry jacket and a collared navy shirt dress adorned with multicolored feathers, the 72-year-old continued the celebration along with the students at an adorable picnic lunch in St. James Park located in South London. The Duchess appeared to be in great spirits as she mingled with guests and enjoyed the outdoor gathering.
Wearing a fabulous bright yellow dress cinched with a chic belt and accessorized with sparkling jewels, Cowell also took time to read her own book to the students, her infamous novel How To Train Your Dragon.
The stylish author is heading up the BookTrust's "Life Changing Libraries" campaign, which "aims to promote the benefits of accessible, well-stocked libraries to pupils around the country." Thus far, these facilities have been installed in six schools across the U.K..
Surrounded by wooden animal sculptures that decorated the park and sporting a chic pair of tortoise glasses, the literary advocate sat down and continued to read to the students after they ventured out into the lush London park.
It's been a busy week for the feathered haired royal. This public event comes a few days after Prince Charles' wife was seen attending day one of the Royal Ascot along with her husband and many other members of the Royal Family. It was the first time since 2019 that spectators were allowed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.