Camilla Parker Bowles was stunning in her green dress and black pumps when she attended an engagement sans Prince Charles.

The Duchess of Cornwall stepped out on Thursday to attend a royal engagement. She visited the Sussex vineyard without her husband and enjoyed a glass of wine during the visit.

Camilla donned a recycled forest green dress and paired it with smart black pumps. The duchess looked gorgeous in her wardrobe, Daily Mail reported.

Camilla was also photographed looking relaxed when she joined the visitors at the Ditchling Museum of Arts and Crafts. She was beaming when she met one new mother who held her newborn daughter in her arms. The royal even playfully ticked the baby’s shoe.

Prince Charles’ wife was also seen chatting schoolchildren who were seen drawing at the exhibition in Sussex. She also visited the the Rape Crisis Centre for Sussex and Surrey and met the survivors of sexual violence.

The duchess was very busy on the said day as she also visited the Bolney Wine Estate in Haywards Heath. The duchess took a tour of the ground with Sam Linter, Managing Director and chief wine maker. Camilla went on to unveil a plaque and enjoyed a tipple during a wine tasting session.

Camilla’s fashion has been praised lately. The duchess was also gorgeous in her blue dress with white polka dots when she visited Halton Royal Air Force base in Aylesbury in July.

The Duchess of Cornwall paired her midi dress with $275 sole Bliss Ingrid heels. She styled her locks in her trademark blow dry and accessorized with a multiple-strand pearl necklace with matching pearl earrings.

Back in June, Camilla also looked gorgeous when she stepped out in her long coat with pretty pearl detailing around the wrists and down the seams. She opted to wear the coat open showing her knee-length dress that revealed her bare legs.

Many believed that Camilla will be the next queen consort despite the palace’s declaration that she would remain princess consort when Prince Charles takes over the throne. Royal experts are confident that Prince Charles will make his wife his queen when he becomes the new king.

Prince Charles, Camilla
Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall attend the reopening of Hillsborough Castle on April 09, 2019 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Getty Images/Chris Jackson