Camilla Parker Bowles was gorgeous at the first garden party.
On Wednesday, the Duchess of Cornwall showed up at the Buckingham Palace for the first garden party of the year. Camilla arrived in a chic, white summery outfit. Her dress was designed by Bruce Oldfield, Hello! reported.
It featured a pleated top and large button down the front. Since the weather was warm, the duchess went for bare legs.
Camilla paired her outfit with a large feathered fascinator by Philip Treacy. She also accessorized with a multi-strand pearl choker and a pair of elegant pearl drop earrings.
Camilla’s husband Prince Charles and sister-in-law Princess Anne were also present at the gathering. The Royal Princess was gorgeous in her duck egg blue skirt and jacket combo.
The Prince of Wales hosted the first garden party on behalf of Queen Elizabeth II. Each year, over 30,000 guests are invited to Her Majesty’s London residence to thank them for their service to the community.
Camilla and Prince Charles just returned from Germany for an official visit. The Duchess of Cornwall showcased her fashion during the tour by wearing stylish outfits.
Among the favorites in her wardrobe during the trip was the star-patterned frock she wore to a state banquet at the Munich Residence on Thursday. The full-length dress featured a sweetheart neckline and was covered in a blue star print. She carried a blue clutch that matched her outfit and wore her hair in a voluminous style.
According to royal correspondent Emily Andrews, Edward Enninful, the new editor of Vogue, adores Camilla and even named the duchess the best-dressed royal compared to Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle.
Seven years ago, Camilla, Middleton and Queen Elizabeth II made their first-ever joint engagement by visiting Fortnum and Mason. They received hampers that included biscuits for their dogs.
The visit was deemed momentous by former press secretary Dickie Arbiter because it brought together the Queen, future queen Duchess of Cambridge, and another future queen consort, the Duchess of Cornwall.