Camilla, Queen Consort, officially ended her royal mourning wardrobe on Monday, joining King Charles III in Dunfermline, Scotland in a stylish green coat and black leather accessories.
- Camilla, Queen Consort, wore a stunning green and black outfit for her first engagement with King Charles III since the royal period of mourning ended.
- The King and Queen Consort traveled to Scotland earlier today to mark the former town of Dunfermline's new city status.
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The Queen Consort has re-introduced color to her wardrobe, stepping out in Scotland with King Charles III on Monday for the couple's first public engagement since the end of the royal mourning period for Queen Elizabeth II.
His Majesty and Camilla are visiting Dunfermline in recognition of the former town officially becoming a city, much to the excitement of Fife's royal fans.
The ex-Royal Burgh was awarded its urban status in May alongside eight other UK towns as part of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, after successfully proving itself in the Civic Honours Competition as one of Europe's fast-growing towns.
King Charles III and Camilla, Queen Consort arrived to a warm reception at the City Chambers in Dunfermline, with thousands of locals lining the streets to greet their VIP guests. The couple was also welcomed by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, who herself received a mixture of applause and booing from the Scottish public.
Camilla wore an emerald green and navy coat and a cream, frilly blouse for the special outing, whilst keeping her extremities toasty with black leather gloves by Van Cleef & Arpels and sturdy leather riding boots.
She accessorized the wintery outfit, which marks her first non-black attire since the Queen died aged 96 on September 8, with a stunning brooch and a green leather handbag by Demellier.
King Charles III also embraced color for the occasion, arriving in a blue and green tartan kilt with a brown sporran. He paired the traditional Scottish garment with knee-high red socks, black shoes, and a grey waistcoat and jacket.
Shortly after arriving, the King and Queen Consort attended a meeting at the City Chambers in Dunfermline, to formally mark the conferral of city status on the former town.
They then headed to Dunfermline Abbey to recognize its 950th anniversary, before meeting with representatives of Historic Environment Scotland to learn more about the area's rich history and culture. The couple will conclude their busy day at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh, where they will be joined by between 200 and 300 guests from British Asian communities for a special evening reception.
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