Camilla wears face mask for National Gallery visit
The Duchess of Cornwall has been pictured in a face mask for the first time on an official royal engagement.
Camilla was visiting the National Gallery in central London to meet staff involved in its Covid-19 response and reopening process.
The duchess’s stylish patterned blue mask matched the navy blue shade of her dress.
After an unprecedented 111 days with its doors closed, the National Gallery started welcoming visitors again on July 8 – the first major national art museum to reopen in the UK following lockdown.
Camilla complied with the gallery’s new rules for her indoor engagement.
All staff at the tourist attraction in Trafalgar Square now wear face coverings and it is recommended that all visitors do the same.