Many royal experts agree that Queen Camilla's decision to wear navy blue outfits is due to the fact that she wants to demonstrate to the public her composure and steadfastness. After all, blue color carries the historical symbolism of nobility and status. In addition, blue is a rather bright color and, choosing it, Camilla also inherits the rule of the late Queen Elizabeth II – to choose for her looks such outfits that will help her to be more visible in public.

We decided to remember at what important events Queen Camilla appeared in royal blue outfits.

Commonwealth Day service in March

The annual Commonwealth Day service was held in March at Westminster Abbey in London. Queen Camilla, 75, appeared wearing a blue coat and hat adorned with feathers. She wore black leather gloves, black tights, and black heeled shoes. And on the coat of the Queen was pinned a sapphire brooch of Queen Elizabeth II.

Queen Camilla and King Charles III / Photo: Associated Press

Easter service in Windsor

This year, Charles and Camilla reigned for the first time at the Easter service at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle in Windsor. It was the first Easter service where family members gathered without Queen Elizabeth II. Camila chose a dark blue coat dress with embroidery on the sleeves and neckline for the exit, complementing the outfit with a laconic pill hat, in her hand the queen held a blue bag from Chanel, and was shod in blue suede shoes from Eliot Zed.

Queen Camilla and King Charles III / Photo: Associated Press

Royal Maundy Service at York Cathedral

This year, the King and Queen attended the Royal Maundy service on Maundy Thursday a few days before Easter. Queen Camilla also arrived at York Cathedral west wearing a blue robe. Only this time I chose not a bright blue tint, but a rich dark one. It was a coat with a white collar, to which Camilla matched a wide-brimmed hat to match the white ribbon, and in her hand held a blue bag from Chanel. The perfect and restrained image turned out.

Queen Camilla and King Charles III / Photo: Getty Images

Christmas at Sandringham

For her first Christmas at Sandringham, as Queen Consort, Camilla chose a navy blue outfit and a pill hat to match with a fringe. On this day, the royal family was captured by photographers during a walk to the church of St. Mary Magdalene. In her hands, Camilla again carried a Chanel bag.

Queen Camilla and King Charles III / Photo: Associated Press

Photo shoot in honor of the coronation

As you can see, Queen Camilla wears blue, as for special events, such as a photo shoot in honor of the upcoming coronation, where in the picture Her Majesty also shone in a bright blue crepe coat dress designed by her favorite designer Fiona Clare. On that important day, she was wearing pearl earrings of the late Queen Elizabeth with sapphire and ruby and a necklace from her private collection.

Queen Camilla and King Charles III / Photo: Getty Images

Coronation concert in Windsor

Queen Camilla doesn't just wear dresses or coats. Her Majesty appeared in a blue jumpsuit at the coronation concert. The outfit from the brand Anna Valentine with three-quarter sleeves and satin cuffs fit perfectly on the figure of the Queen. The jumpsuit had a zipper from the collar in the middle and a satin ribbon. And he perfectly harmonized with gold jewelry.

Queen Camilla and King Charles III at their coronation concert in Windsor / Photo: Associated Press

Visit to Liverpool for Eurovision 2023

Ahead of the start of Eurovision, which this year took place in the UK on behalf of Ukraine, the King and Queen visited the Liverpool Arena, where they lit up the stage of the song contest. That day, Camilla chose blue again.

She was wearing a blue coat and her favorite black suede shoes. She had perfect styling, pearl hanging earrings in her ears, and several gold bracelets on her wrists, including her favorite from the brand Van Cleef & Arpels.

King Charles and Queen Camilla lit up the stage of Eurovision 2023 / Photo: Associated Press

Choosing royal blue, Camilla does not just show the world her confidence and calmness. She shows that she absolutely understands and accepts her new role and is ready to take responsibility for her work. Sure, we see Camilla in white and even shades of green, but it was blue that became her royal highlight, as bright coats and floral dresses were a highlight for Queen Elizabeth II.

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