Sophie Countess of Wessex looked pretty tonight in a bright outfit.
The wife of Prince Edward, 55, married into the Royal Family in 1999.
After working privately for a few years after her marriage Sophie turned to full time royal work.
She now represents Her Majesty the Queen, 92, on official royal duties.
One such event was the Royal Norfolk Show at the Norfolk Showground in Norwich today.
The blonde former PR worker wore a bright ensemble.
She wore a crimson blazer with three buttons and an official-looking badge on her lapel.
A cream blouse covered her upper-half, while she wore a full circle skirt with a bold floral pattern on a blue fabric.
The skirt was the Erdem Blue Vesper piece and costs £495.
Matching her pretty skirt she wore the Ronde Solo de Cartier watch, worth £3,200, which has a blue face, while there were pearl earrings in her ears.
On her feet she wore cream espadrille wedge sandals.
The event was ideal for Sophie, as she is a huge supporter of agricultural charities.
Sophie Countess of Wessex and Prince Charles share the passion.
Sophie supports the Charles in the Campaign for Wool.
It is one of the Prince of Wales’ passions to see British wool thrive, and his sister-in-law has taken up a role besides him.
Much like her brother-in-law, Sophie is very interested in UK agriculture.
Sophie Countess of Wessex wore a new tiara at the State Dinner to welcome Donald Trump to the UK.
The Countess looked stunning for the high profile event, wearing a lilac dress, and appeared to be wearing a new tiara.
On a closer inspection it appears the Countess has redesigned a piece she has worn many times before, her wedding tiara.
Sophie Countess of Wessex’s wedding tiara is the first royal tiara she ever wore, as it is with most royal brides.