During Royal Week in Scotland, the Princess Royal, along with King Charles and Queen Camilla, attended a garden party on Tuesday.
Princess Anne, aged 72, appeared graceful in a cream coat with a high neckline, while Camilla, aged 75, looked beautiful in a white coat complemented by a monochrome hat and a patterned scarf.
This event took place at the Palace of Holyroodhouse and marked the coronation of the King and Queen, following two previous parties held at Buckingham Palace earlier this year. The garden party is a traditional component of Holyrood Week.
Before the event, Charles observed the Jubilee Gates situated at the entrance of Abbey Yard in the palace. These gates were installed as a present dedicated to the late Queen Elizabeth II and were introduced last year.
The couple encountered members of the High Constables of Holyroodhouse, an organization responsible for ceremonial protection. This group commissioned the gates to commemorate the Platinum Jubilee of the late monarch.
Following that, Charles and Camilla embarked on a visit to the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh in honor of the 75th anniversary of the NHS.
During a conversation with a group of elderly patients, the Queen mentioned the anniversary of the NHS, stating, “I am 75 years old, the same age as the NHS – we share a birthday.”
The King engaged in conversation with some of the oldest patients at the Infirmary and made a lighthearted remark about his age, mentioning that things don't work as well as they used to at 74.
Following this, he joined his wife to cut a birthday cake for the NHS. Upon his arrival in Scotland on Monday, the King took part in the Ceremony of the Keys on the palace forecourt and was presented with the keys to the city.
Later, Their Majesties visited the Great Tapestry of Scotland to observe a newly created section dedicated to them.
Additionally, on Monday evening, Charles attended a reception on the Royal Yacht Britannia to commemorate its 25th anniversary in Edinburgh. During the event, he enjoyed a drink of rum with its former sailors.
On a specific Wednesday, the monarch will be bestowed with the esteemed Honours of Scotland, which symbolize the nation's crown jewels. This noteworthy event will take place during a special ceremony of gratitude at St Giles' Cathedral.
Accompanying Charles and Camilla at the ceremony will be the individuals who hold the titles of the Prince and Princess of Wales, known as the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay in Scotland.
Preceding the ceremony, a Royal Procession and a People's Procession will take place along the Royal Mile, involving approximately 100 participants.
The ceremony will conclude with a display of aerial acrobatics by the Red Arrows.