Camilla looked joyous on her visit to Shirehampton Primary School earlier today, where she launched the “Coronation Libraries” Initiative.
While spending time with the young children, the Queen Consort paid a sweet tribute to her own grandchildren by wearing a sentimental necklace.
The simple gold plate pendant is engraved with the five initials of her own non-royal grandchildren.
It reads: “L”, “F”, “G” “L” and “E” for Lola, Freddy, Gus, Eliza and Louis.
The 75-year-old styled the statement necklace with a bespoke navy shirt dress decorated with a unique pattern.
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It is believed Camilla’s dress is bespoke, made with the Amherst Blue Silk Satin by Liberty Fabrics.
The luxury design was inspired by a feather collection and drawn from a Liberty scarf designed in 1967.
Featuring a range of regal hues, the custom dress is made from 100 percent Belgravia silk satin.
While the dress is one-of-a-kind, it has been worn previously by the royal back in June 2021.
Staying true to her style, Camilla paired the dress with plain suede pumps designed by Elliot Zed.
The £275 shoes are often worn by the Queen Consort, perhaps because of their chunky heel and comfortable platform sole.
For a touch of glamour, the royal sported a mixture of gold and silver jewellery for the occasion. Camilla layered a range of bracelets on her wrists – including a blue one with a recognisable four-leaf clover design.
The delicate floral motif primarily symbolises good luck and is a poignant choice for the Queen Consort on her first solo outing since the Coronation.
Camilla’s sentimental jewellery choice may also be a tribute to the start of her husband, King Charles’s reign.
With five motifs the bracelet retails for £3,950, but different styles are also available.
Paired with her heartfelt necklace, the royal often makes small tributes to her loved ones through the finer details of her outfits.
In keeping with her other vintage jewels, Camilla accessorised with chunky gold earrings in a pear-drop shape, finished with black detailing.
The glamorous style was a bold choice for the royal who is usually seen wearing more delicate pearls or silver designs.