The Countess of Wessex looked elegant in a pale grey coat as she attended military parade today.
Sophie, 52, was on hand to bid a celebratory farewell to the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre Hadley Court, in Dorking, Surrey, today.
The Countess first attended a thanksgiving service at St Martin’s Church before observing a parade of servicemen and women through the town.
Duty: Sophie Wessex inspected the troops ahead of a military parade in Dorking, Surrey
Elegant: The mother-of-two opted for a bespoke pale grey coat dress and hat by Suzannah
Radiant: Sophie, Countess Of Wessex, meets school children ahead of the parade
Warm welcome: Excited school children lined the streets to catch a glimpse of the royal
She also inspected the troops as part of the farewell celebrations.
For the occasion the mother-of-two opted for a bespoke pale grey coat dress and hat by Suzannah.
She paired the feminine ensemble with metallic pumps and a large nude clutch bag.
Throughout the day, Sophie appeared in good spirits, waving and smiling at schoolchildren who lined the streets in the hope of seeing the royal.
Graceful: The mother-of-two waved to the gathered crowds as she attended the celebrations
Respect: The Countess of Wessex was saluted by soldiers as they marched past
Pomp and ceremony: The countess inspects the troops ahead of the parade in Dorking today
The Countess received a military salute from the parade as they passed the White Horse pub.
It has been a busy week for the countess.
Yesterday Sophie, who is married to Prince Edward,looked deep in concentration as she carefully decorated a crest with gold leaf as she toured a new multi-million pound college campus in Glasgow.
Sophie was in town to open the establishment’s new City Campus, while her husband Edward took part in a series of engagements on the Isle of Wight.
The 52-year-old royal lived up her stylish reputation in a floaty black and white floral dress as she chatted to staff and students.
She accessorised her look with a delicate silver necklace and oversized diamond earrings during her tour of Scotland’s largest college.