Camilla ups the style stakes with fabulously flattering tunic-style dress for first solo engagement

Camilla looked amazing for her first solo engagement since becoming Queen Consort

Queen Consort Camilla undertakes a royal visit to Chelsea and Westminster hospital
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Camilla, Queen Consort, looked elegant and regal in a black and navy dress while visiting a maternity unit at the Chelsea and Westminster hospital in London. 

The Queen Consort visited Chelsea and Westminster Hospital yesterday to meet with independent domestic violence advisers and support them in their important work. 

Camilla was photographed doing the rounds at the hospital, speaking with frontline workers and hospital staff, as well as survivors who have used the facility's services. For the visit, Camilla opted for an elegant tunic-style shirt dress with flared sleeves and bold white stitching, teamed with thick black tights and chunky heels. 

Queen Consort Visits Chelsea And Westminster Hospital

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Camilla's signature bouncy blow dry and classic jewelry finished the look.

Camilla was photographed enjoying a cup of tea while chatting with one of the hospital workers. The Queen Consort chose to wear one of her signature pieces of jewelry - her Van Cleef & Arpels Vintage Alhambra yellow-gold agate bracelet.

According to the brand's website, this elegant piece of jewelry is meant to bring luck to those who wear it. "Designed with the brand’s first iconic Alhambra design – a four-leaf clover (that’s practically overflowing with luck) – each agate motif is bordered with delicate beading and linked on a fine-cable chain," the product description reads.

We've been impressed with Camilla's stylish looks lately. Camilla looked stunning in a jaw-dropping '70s jumpsuit in a move away from more traditional styling over the summer, while last month we loved Camilla's quirky gold earrings that added a sophisticated edge to her floral look.

The hospital visit marks Camilla's first solo engagement since Queen Elizabeth II's death last month, as well as her first solo engagement with her new official title, Queen Consort.

The visit was also shared on Instagram, with the heartfelt caption, "Chelsea and Westminster Hospital aims to provide any domestic abuse survivor at the hospital with access to confidential advice and specialist support to keep them and any dependants safe.

"The Queen Consort today visited the hospital to hear about these services.

"Whilst at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, Her Majesty had a private meeting with several people who have used the service, before joining representatives of charity @SafeLives_ and the hospital’s wider domestic abuse team.

"The hospital has worked with @STagainstDA_, SafeLives and other partners in developing a ‘whole health’ approach to domestic abuse. Pathfinder creates a response across acute health, mental health and primary care, in collaboration with domestic abuse services."

Lauren Hughes

Lauren is the former Deputy Digital Editor at woman&home and became a journalist mainly because she enjoys being nosy. With a background in features journalism, Lauren worked on the woman&home brand for four years before going freelance. Before woman&home Lauren worked across a variety of women's lifestyle titles, including GoodTo, Woman's Own, and Woman magazine.