Camilla, 73, cut a stylish figure in a pale blue suit and floral face mask, and completed her outfit with a pair of black suede boots and coordinating bag.
Meanwhile, the Prince of Wales, 71, looked dapper in a navy-striped suit, zig zag patterned tie and adhered to government guidelines by donning a paisley-print face mask.
The Duchess of Cornwall, 73, cut a stylish figure in a pale blue suit as she visited the headquarters of the Bank of England in London today
Camilla was joined by husband Prince Charles, who looked dapper in a navy-striped suit and pin-striped tie. Pictured, together
The Prince of Wales (pictured) and his wife Camilla, were welcomed to Threadneedle Street by Bank Governor Andrew Bailey
Camilla (pictured) and Prince Charles visited the bank to highlight the role the central bank is playing in supporting the economy through lockdowns imposed to tackle Covid-19
Camilla, who wore her blonde hair coiffured away from her face and kept her makeup minimal, accessorised her outfit with a dainty gold pendant necklace and added light blue, and silver dragonfly brooches to the left-hand side of her blazer.
The Prince of Wales and his wife Camilla, were welcomed to Threadneedle Street by Governor, Andrew Bailey.
They met those involved in the production of bank notes and spoke to the Bank's regional agents.
The United Kingdom's $3 trillion economy has been battered by restrictions imposed to halt the spread of the virus.
Prince Charles (pictured) and Camilla met those involved in the production of bank notes and spoke to the Bank's regional agents
During their visit Prince Charles and Camilla (pictured) met those involved in the production of bank notes and spoke to the Bank's regional agents
The couple, pictured made sure to keep a safe distance from the people around them as they made the visit to the Bank of England headquarters
The royal couple, pictured also met with the bank's Governor Andrew Bailey to highlight the bank's role in supporting the national economy through the Covid-19 pandemic
The Duchess of Cornwall's engagement comes a day after she was joined by health secretary Matt Hancock to see the work of Covid-sniffing dogs from her charity, Medical Detection Dogs, in action.
Camilla was at bustling Paddington Station in London to see two labradors trained to pick out positive samples using their remarkable sense of smell being tested in a ‘real life’ environment.
Bob and Basil passed the scientifically-monitored tests - which used five human volunteers, one wearing an item of clothing which has the odour of Covid-19 on it - with flying colours on six separate occasions, much to the delight of the Duchess and Mr Hancock.
Camilla, who has backed the charity’s work since 2014, described the dogs as ‘simply remarkable, so impressive’.
This latest visit comes as Camilla, pictured inspecting notes with Prince Charles, met with health secretary Matt Hancock to see the work of Covid-sniffing dogs from her charity Medical Detection Dogs