Charles and Camilla attend Big Jubilee lunch on final day of Platinum celebrations

Future King Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall looked every inch the future leaders as they stepped out for the final day of thePlatinum Jubilee celebrations.

Charles, 73, and Camilla, 74, attended the Big Jubilee Lunch at The Oval cricket ground in South London on the final day of the Jubilee event.

Charles looked smart as he walked round the Oval in a blue pin-striped suit with a purple patterned tie matched with a light pink shirt and matching handkerchief in his pocket.

Camilla opted for green as she wore a collared dress embroidered round the collar and sleeves.

The royal couple appeared impressed with the array of tantalising food on display that included everything from pies to strawberries and incredible cakes.

They were all smiles as they chatted to organisers and attendees of the Big Jubilee lunch.

Camilla appeared particularly impressed with the Big Jubilee Lunch cake which included six tiers and was dressed with edible Union Jack flags draped around each layer and included British iconic things such as a London red bus, Big Ben and even some cute Corgi dogs that the Queen is famous for owning.

Among the guests at the Oval, were 70 members of the local community who have volunteered through the Royal Voluntary Service's Platinum Champions Awards and have been recognised as Platinum Champions.

Charles and Camilla presented the Platinum Champions with pins and certificates before they go onto cut the Big Jubilee Lunch cake.

The future King and his wife has been very much part of the celebrations this weekend and Camilla looked elegant in white as she arrived at the Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral on Friday.

On her head she wore a matching white hat that was adorned with flowers and she carried a small gold clutch bag that coordinated perfectly with her outfit.

Prince Charles was the highest-ranking member of The Firm to attend the service at St Paul’s Cathedral, after hismother, The Queen was forced to pull out due to ‘discomfort’.

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A spokesperson for Buckingham Palace said: "The Queen greatly enjoyed today’s Birthday Parade and Flypast but did experience some discomfort. Taking into account the journey and activity required to participate…at St Paul’s Cathedral, Her Majesty with great reluctance has concluded that she will not attend.

Whilst she was not in attendance, it is believed that The Queen watched the service on television at home.

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