The Duchess of Cornwall and Prince of Wales attend 1917 Film performance
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall enjoyed a glamorous night out while attending the Royal Film Performance of the new war film, 1917 in Leicester Square. The film has already enjoyed critical success and has been nominated for 8 Critics Choice Awards and 3 Golden Globe awards.
The Performance was held in aid of the Film and TV Charity and the couple met the chairman, CEO and representatives of the charity before the film. The charity supports people during their careers in film or television by offering aid to people struggling with their health, finances or caring for dependents.
The film is directed by Sam Mendes who helped to write the screenplay which is based in part off of his Grandfather and follows two British soldiers during World War I. It stars George, MacKay, Andrew Scott, Colin Firth and Benedict Cumberbatch. The Duchess looked red carpet ready in a stunning black velvet gown that she paired with a black and pink shawl. The Duchess of Cornwall has a distinct and classic style and always finds fitting ensembles for every event.
Charles and Camilla have recently attended the commissioning ceremony for the HMS Prince of Wales and the Annual Diplomatic Reception at Buckingham Palace. The Couple will likely be enjoying a well deserved break before the holidays. They typically enjoy Christmas traditions like the Queens Luncheon and Christmas Day at Sandringham, the Duchess typically leaves directly after the Queen's speech to spend Christmas with her two children and four grandchildren. xx