Family Camilla wears jungle print dress and 'lucky' £3,950 bracelet on outing with Charles today
Camilla: Duchess of Cornwall's secret title she can use - but has refused for almost 20 years
Camilla, who celebrated her 75th birthday a few days ago, chose to go by the title of the Duchess of Cornwall following her wedding to Prince CharlesAside from July's celebrations, Camilla and her husband, Prince Charles, have become even more prominent as they have had to step in for the Queen on numerous occasions. Her Majesty has had to pull out of several events this year, including ones taking place over the Platinum Jubilee weekend, due to having episodic mobility problems.
Future Queen ConsortThe royal opted for a jungle print mid-length dress from Bombshell, known as the Liberty print toucan hide in Tana Lawn' dress, retailed at a modest £269.This was turquoise colour and decorated with tropical plants and animals.The garment boasted shades of orange, pink, yellow and purple.Her sleeves came down to just beneath her elbows and the skirt fell below her knee. , wowed today as she stepped out for her latest public appearance. The royal wore a stunning dress with classic jewellery.
Duchess of Cornwall looks 'lovely' in sophisticated dress for evening with Prince Charles
CAMILLA PARKER BOWLES and Prince Charles visited HMS Queen Elizabeth in Portsmouth. The Duchess of Cornwall looked very elegant in a kaftan-style dress.The royal couple met with veterans from HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales at a reception, including the South Atlantic Medal Association, of which The Prince of Wales is patron.
The dress was fastened by a three-quarter length zip.It cinched in the Duchess' waist with a material belt tied in a bow at the waist.The colours of the dress really made her eyes pop and complemented the colour.It wasn't the first time Camilla wore the Bombshell gown, having donned the garment just one month before on her royal tour of Rwanda.DON'T MISS [PICTURES] [INSIGHT] [PICTURES]
She accessorised with a gold chain boasting a gold pendant.
As for earrings, the Duchess appeared to be wearing pearl drops.
Camilla's forgotten title and why she's refused to use it for 20 years
Camilla is known globally as the Duchess of Cornwall and is set to become Queen Consort when her husband, Prince Charles, takes to the throne, but she also has another grand titleIt was confirmed on Charles and Camilla's wedding day that moving forward she would go by HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, and in the same statement, it was said that she would go by Princess Consort when her husband becomes king.
She wore her favourite Van Cleef and Arpels bracelet.
The 'Vintage Alhambra yellow-gold agate bracelet' is far from cheap, priced at a whopping £3,950.READ MORE: Speaking about the iconic jewel, Selfridges stated: "Feeling lucky? Well you will be with this Vintage Alhambra bracelet from Van Cleef & Arpels by your side."Designed with the brand's first iconic Alhambra design - a four-leaf clover (that's practically overflowing with luck) - each agate motif is bordered with delicate beading and linked on a fine cable chain. "Handcrafted in yellow-gold, it will sit perfectly alongside the matching necklace while doubling your luck in the process..."She paired this with a cluster of other gold bracelets.The Duchess wore her Fitbit on the other wrist.
On her feet she went for butterscotch coloured pumps with a kitten heel.She wore a fabulous pair of dark sunglasses as well.As for hair and makeup, Camilla went for her signature do.She wore a touch of pink lipstick and sweep of blush across her cheeks.She also went for dark eye makeup.
Queen Elizabeth’s Story Is More Tragic Than People Know .
Queen Elizabeth’s Story Is More Tragic Than People KnowMost of us know her simply as “The Queen,” but she was born Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor on April 21, 1926. At the time of her birth, her paternal grandfather George V was king, and her father was his second son. This meant that she was third in line for the throne—and unlikely to ever come close to it. Well, fate had something different in mind.