The Duchess of Cornwall visited Paddington Station in London

Duchess of Cornwall visited Paddington Station to watch a demonstration by the charity Medical Detection Dogs. blue navy blazer

On October 27, The Duchess of Cornwall visited Paddington Station to thank British Transport Police and Network Rail staff for the work they do during the pandemic and to watch a demonstration by the charity Medical Detection Dogs, which trains dogs to detect the odour of human disease, at Paddington Station in central London.

Duchess of Cornwall visited Paddington Station to watch a demonstration by the charity Medical Detection Dogs. blue navy blazer

British Transport Police oversee the journeys of over 6 million passengers every day, from London Underground, to Glasgow Subway and Emirates AirLine. Having visited their training centre at Milton Keynes last month, The Duchess also saw how the Medical Detection Dogs are progressing in their training to detect the odour of Covid-19. If the trials prove successful, dogs could help to diagnose Covid-19.

Duchess of Cornwall visited Paddington Station to watch a demonstration by the charity Medical Detection Dogs. blue navy blazer
Duchess of Cornwall visited Paddington Station to watch a demonstration by the charity Medical Detection Dogs. blue navy blazer
Duchess of Cornwall visited Paddington Station to watch a demonstration by the charity Medical Detection Dogs. blue navy blazer
Duchess of Cornwall visited Paddington Station to watch a demonstration by the charity Medical Detection Dogs. blue navy blazer
Duchess of Cornwall visited Paddington Station to watch a demonstration by the charity Medical Detection Dogs. blue navy blazer
Duchess of Cornwall visited Paddington Station to watch a demonstration by the charity Medical Detection Dogs. blue navy blazer
Duchess of Cornwall visited Paddington Station to watch a demonstration by the charity Medical Detection Dogs. blue navy blazer
Duchess of Cornwall visited Paddington Station to watch a demonstration by the charity Medical Detection Dogs. blue navy blazer

10 Comments

  1. The Duchess looks very nice. Her suit is tailored perfectly, and her mask matches the suit and the scarf. Her boots and gloves are perfect for the occasion.

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  2. Well, there she is again. Nice! Dressed totally OK. Brave that she still dares to be among people. But I think and without spreading rumours into the world now, she has suffered from a Cov19 disease in early spring and should have appropriate antibodies. Hopefully! Frieda

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    1. She did NOT have Covid. Charles had covid, she just quaranteened as a precautionary measure, in a house away from him. Recent studies have shown that antibodies deplete rapidly after having the virus.

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  3. Well done!

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  4. Love duchess Camilla and she always looks beautiful and dressed so perfect and classy and she loves being outdoors and with the people.

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  5. Lovely well fitting blue suit with nice scarf brightening it up and another colourful face mask. It's so clear in the photos how much she likes dogs.

    In response to Frieda, the statement from Clarence House was that Prince Charles had a mild dose of Covid and although the Duchess isolated for 14 days as per the guidance at the time, she never developed any infection

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  6. Very nice in every way. Well done.
    - Anon 9:13

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  7. Looks like she is very fond of animals, always stroking them. So nice that she takes time to give attention to them. And yes, I love the outfit, dark blue gloves, and boots!

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  8. Glad to see her coordinating her face mask with her suit.

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  9. Dans ce tailleur/jupe de couleur bleu bien structuré, Camilla a une superbe allure avec ces belles bottes noires !

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