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Queen Camilla steps out in glorious turquoise coat dress for last day in France | Royal | News

The stylish monarch was spotted exiting the plane with King Charles by her side at Bordeaux.

Queen Camilla looked gorgeous today in a turquoise coat dress she had previously worn by Anna Valentine.

Camilla has many coat dresses, a fashion staple which has become almost part of her royal wardrobe.

Camilla’s coat dress of the day was mid-length with long sleeves, boasting structured shoulders and lapels.

Very noticeable to the eye, her Majesty was wearing a dazzling diamond brooch on her left-hand side that belonged to the late Queen II.

Camilla paired the bright outfit with matching turquoise and silver diamond earrings. This complemented the brooch and dress well.

Unlike when the Queen previously wore this dress, Camilla decided against pairing it with a scarf and instead chose a two necklaces – a plain chain and another with a turquoise pendant.

She did however have a blue and white patterned scarf attached to her handbag of choice.

The handbag Camilla opted for was of a small beige satchel variety that nicely complimented her shoes.

The royal went for a sweet and simple pair of kitten heels in a tasteful beige colour.

Camilla went for skin-coloured tights as per royal protocol – Daena Borrowman from Jewellerybox previously told Express.co.uk that “royal women are expected to wear pantyhose whenever their legs are exposed in public”.

As for other accessories, Camilla opted for turquoise diamond drop earrings.

As with her previous few outfits, Camilla was wearing her Van Cleef & Arpels Vintage Alhambra Bracelet with Five Motifs in 18K yellow and gold.

It features five blue four-leaf clover motifs and costs £4,250.

The official description of the bracelet reads: “From the bangles of Van Cleef & Arpels’ Perlée collection to Alhambra’s flexible jewellery creations, these fine bracelets offer a wide variety of forms to embellish the wrist.

“Juxtaposed in elegant combinations, they create a wealth of delicate possibilities. Faithful to the very first Alhambra jewel created in 1968, the Vintage Alhambra creations by Van Cleef & Arpels are distinguished by their unique, timeless elegance.

“Inspired by the clover leaf, these icons of luck are adorned with a border of golden beads.”

Her majesty also appeared to be holding a silver-cloured umbrella that tied in nicely with the rest of her accessories.

Her hair looked lovely in Camilla’s signature style, buttery blonde and flicked out to the sides.

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