Elegant Duchess of Cornwall joins Prince Charles to honour heroes of Battle of Britain

The Duchessof Cornwall sparkled in silver blue today as she joined Prince Charles to pay tribute to the heroes of the Battle of Britain.

The royal couple joined veterans at a service of thanksgiving at London's Westminster Abbey.
Camilla, dressed in an elegant silver blue Bruce Oldfield dress and jacket, completed her outfit with matching hat and clutch bag.
RAF chaplain-in-chief Jonathan Chaffey told the congregation that the battle was a daily routine of "adrenaline and fear," of "camaraderie and loss" while also highlighting the strength of the human spirit.
Ever since, those who fought in the battle are proudly known as "The Few".
Having thwarted Germany's invasion plan by stopping the Luftwaffe from controlling the skies over southern England, Winston Churchill memorably declared: "Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few."

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