Queen consort Camilla looked stunning as she teamed a matching tartan two-piece skirt with a pale grey and navy patterned pashmina scarf. The ensemble was perfect for keeping Her Majesty warm, while also ensuring that she looked chic for the outside event.
Camilla, Queen Consort, and the King attended a reception in Aberdeenshire to thank the community for their organization and support following the death of Queen Elizabeth II. The couple was snapped in Station Square, the Victoria and Albert Halls in Ballater.
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In Ballater, The King and The Queen Consort today met the team, including representatives from fire and ambulance services, officers from Police Scotland, and volunteers, who helped support Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s final journey from Balmoral to London.
King Charles opted to wear a traditional Scottish kilt, paired with a tweed jacket and waistcoat. The King looked fantastic in his outfit of autumnal hues of orange, brown, and red.
More recently, the Queen consort seems to be more daring when it comes to her fashion choices and appears to have found her confidence when it comes to her style.
Camilla’s dress was by ME+EM, one of her favourite fashion labels, loved by other members of the royal family, including the Countess of Wessex and the Princess of Wales.
The velour number had a zip-up front and was such a versatile piece as it can be worn with trainers as well as heels; ideal for the winter party season.
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The Queen consort has also become more decisive when it comes to what she refuses to wear. It was revealed that the reason Camilla wore blue in her Vogue photoshoot for her 75th birthday is that she refuses to wear purple. The photographers wanted her to wear purple to match the wisteria in the frame, but the royal reportedly called the hue ‘menopausal mauve,’ and opted for royal blue instead – how fitting!