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Queen Camilla recycles blue Fiona Clare dress as she hosts animal charity reception | Royal | News

By newadmin / Published on Thursday, 09 May 2024 18:51 PM / No Comments / 21 views


Queen Camilla posed for photographs with mini ponies today during a reception at Buckingham Palace to mark the 90th anniversary of Brooke.

Brooke is a charity dedicated to improving the lives of working horses, donkeys and mules.

The UK-based charity, which was founded in the early 1930s, is a legacy of the First World War.

The Queen opted for one of her favourite summer dresses which she has worn several times, first pictured in 2021.

The cinched-in dress with the pleated skirt was first seen when it was worn to meet Queen Rania of Jordan.

It has a gorgeous blue pattern across the entire garment, with buttons down the middle and long sleeves.

It is midi in length, perfect for the warm sunshine London is experiencing at the moment.

The piece is from Fiona Clare, one of the Queen’s favourite designer brands, and it has white and black polka dots on it.

The shoes, by Sole Bliss, is a brand that constructs shoes for women who suffer from bunions and other foot problems.

She is a big fan of the Ingrid style in caramel leather which she regularly wears.

Camilla paired the dress with pearl earrings, her signature hairstyle and her Van Cleef bracelets.

The royal has an extensive Van Cleef jewellery collection, with each bracelet retailing at around £4,000.

She completed the look with a pair of nude pointed heels as well as neutral makeup.

Ahead of the reception, Camilla took to the Quadrangle of Buckingham Palace, where she took photos with guests and mini ponies.

She was filmed feeding carrots to two small ponies, who enjoyed their treat from the Queen.

The royal previously stunned in the dress on a visit to Jordan with King Charles back in 2021.

She again paired the dress with nude heels, sunglasses and a small beige handbag.

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