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Queen Camilla's go-to green floral shirt dress and King Charles' casual sunnies set a very chilled tone as the royals enjoyed an engagement at Sandringham.
- The King and Queen teamed up for a royal engagement at the 140th Sandringham Flower Show on Wednesday, July 26, 2023.
- The royal couple looked lovely as they toured the delicious food stalls and viewed the beautiful Coronation-themed bouquets and floral displays.
- In other royal news, we're obsessed with these pictures of Princess Catherine rocking Crocs for the ultimate sporty moment.
On Wednesday, the King and Queen Consort made a royal appearance at Sandringham House as they enjoyed the Sandringham Flower Show. For this outdoor event the royal couple dressed for the sunny weather in King's Lynn. Royal fans may recognise Camilla's highly patterned shirt dress as she has worn this exact dress many times before.
The dress is from Fiona Clare, which has become one of the Queen's favourite go-to brands where she has purchased many similar shirt-style dresses.
Eve Floral Shirt Dress, £60.00 | Albaray
This dress is much like the Queen's and is currently on sale for £60 (originally priced at £99). The dress is cut in a flattering empire line shape, this shirt dress softly skims the body. Designed with a buttoned front bodice, gently blouson sleeves and box pleated front skirt.
In addition to this look, the Queen wore a small leather shoulder bag from Bottega Veneta, a pair of blue tortoise sunglasses from Izipizi and a selection of gold jewellery from a number of different brands.
The Queen showed her trendy side as she stacked her bracelets on her wrist which featured a number of interesting colours and designs. Among the bracelets were a blue Van Cleef and Arpels bracelet, another chunkier chain featuring gold hearts with colourful stones, and a thin delicate chain that showed an evil eye bead and a number of tiny colourful beads.
Fans loved this look from Camilla, and many were delighted to see how happy the King and Queen seemed to be at this engagement.
"Brilliant photos of their Magesties🇬🇧👑," said one commenter. "Beautiful picture of Camilla ❤️ and lovely laughing King Charles," said another.
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"Great pictures on such a lovely day. The King and Queen look very relaxed and happy!" added a third. "Lovely day! The king looks happy. It’s so nice to see him and happy! The queen looks lovely as always," added yet another commenter.
King Charles also received some compliments from fans as he wore a pair of rather cool shades that not only protected his eyes in the bright midday sun, but also added a casually cool style to his suited and booted look.
"I want his sunglasses! Sooo cool!!❤️," said one commenter. "Nice shades!😎," added another.
Laura is a news writer for woman&home who primarily covers entertainment and celebrity news. Laura dabbles in lifestyle, royal, beauty, and fashion news, and loves to cover anything and everything to do with television and film. She is also passionate about feminism and equality and loves writing about gender issues and feminist literature.
Laura loves drinking and eating and can often be found trying to get reservations at London's trendiest restaurants. When she's not wining and dining, Laura can also be found travelling, baking, and hiking with her dog.
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