Camilla Parker-Bowles paid a visit to the Royal Air Force's Halton barracks in Aylesbury, England on Thursday to celebrate the RAF's centenary year.
The 71-year-old Duchess of Cornwall, who is the Honorary Air Commodore of the RAF, showed her sporty side by playing table tennis with a young guest.
It's been a fun filled week for the Duchess, who delighted fans by playing with a 10-year-old Cob horse called Splash in the garden of Clarence House on Tuesday.
WATCH Camilla feed Splash here!
The wife of Prince Charles also toured the Halton barracks and training ground before unveiling a plaque marking the opening of the new Youth Activities Centre on the base.
The Duchess looked elegant in a navy and white polka dot midi-dress which she teamed with a pair of $275 Sole Bliss Ingrid heels.
The future Queen consort styled her platinum locks in her trademark blow dry and added a touch of glamour with a stack of pearls round her neck.
In recent times, Camilla's popularity with the British public has steadily grown after years of negative publicity related to her and the Prince of Wales' romantic affair during his marriage to the late Princess Diana.
Royal author Penny Junor previously noted how the public's perception has greatly changed since the 1990s in the Duchess' favour, Yahoo Lifestyle reports.
This positive image is in part thanks to the many royal roles Camilla has taken on since her 2005 royal wedding to the Queen's son at Windsor Guildhall.
Today, the Duchess is patron or president of more than 90 charities and social organisations.
Charles and Camilla's responsibilities are increasing with every passing week, as reports say Queen Elizabeth II is preparing to 'give up the throne' to her heir in the next two years by invoking the 1937 Regency Act.
‘There is talk that when she reaches 95 in a couple of years she may slow down and possibly the Regency Act will be brought in,’ royal expert Phil Dampier told Yahoo’s The Royal Box.
The Act allows a reigning monarch to relinquish power if they feel they are unable to fully perform their duties.
‘She will still be Queen but Prince Charles will, in fact, take over most of the duties,’ Dampier explains.
‘He is starting to do that already, being at the state opening in Parliament and the Commonwealth conference. He is starting to take over a lot of the duties and doing the investitures.’