Queen Camilla is a vision in white as she attends D-Day event in Normandy | Royal | News


Queen Camilla epitomised style and elegance today as she joined her husband, King Charles for a major event in France to mark the 80th anniversary of the D-day landings in Normandy.

The Queen looked stunning in an all-white ensemble featuring cream accents.

Camilla donned a white dress coat which featured intricate metallic studs around the neckline, as well as the sleeves.

She paired the look with a matching white leather handbag, a cream scarf and a pair of sensible pointy heels in an oatmeal hue.

King Charles’s wife accessorised her look with a cream wide-brimmed hat and her beloved Cornelia James leather gloves in biscuit.

For jewellery, Camilla opted for a pair of pearl drop earrings, her signature Kiki McDonough Apollo mini blue topaz and diamond pendant in yellow gold (£2,300), as well as a diamond and pearl brooch and a poppy badge pinned on her coat dress.

Royal fans immediately jumped on the hype wagon and praised the Queen for her latest style choice in Normandy.

One user wrote on X: “Elegant charming lady love her outfits for these D Day events the super veterans will be at ease with her and will enjoy her company well done Camilla(sic)”

Another one added: “White Queen [hearts emoji]”.

A third one commented: “Just look at the love and happiness between these two Charles and Camilla you do is proud.”

Today’s commemorative event at the British Normandy Memorial in Ver-sur-Mer was also attended by Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer and France’s President, Emmanuel Macron as well as war veterans.

It also marks a significant first for the 75-year-old monarch, as it is his first overseas trip since his cancer diagnosis earlier this year.

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