Queen Consort Camilla dons tartan outfit and blue bracelet in Scotland

Queen Consort Camilla dons tartan outfit and blue bracelet in Scotland

October 11, 2022

The King and Queen Consort will pay tribute to the people today (October 11) who helped to organise the late Queen’s final journey from Balmoral to London last month. Charles and Camilla attended a reception at the Victoria and Albert Halls in Ballater, to give their thanks to the Aberdeenshire community for their efforts after the Queen died.

The Queen Consort wore a grey jacket with a red and grey tartan collar for her visit today.

A matching tartan skirt added a pop of extra colour to the ensemble.

Camilla has been pictured wearing this tartan ensemble previously, notably at the Braemar Gathering in 2006.

In light of the colder weather, Camilla donned a pair of black tights and a pair of matching gloves to keep warm.

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The Queen Consort also wore a pair of block-heeled black shoes with fashionable pointed toes.

She tied in the look with a smart floral scarf and a pair of dainty dangling earrings.

Since the Queen died on September 8, King Charles and the Queen Consort have been busy taking part in their first engagements as monarch and consort.

And on many occasions in recent weeks, Camilla has been pictured wearing a blue bracelet from Van Cleef & Arpels.

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Believed to be the Vintage Alhambra, the four-leaf clover design has connotations of good luck – a fitting theme for the start of Charles’ reign.

Camilla donned this bracelet and another colourful thin chain for her outing in Scotland today.

Four-leaf clovers also symbolise faith, love and hope, symbols with meaning for the Royal Family as they continue to grieve the late Queen.

With five motifs the bracelet retails for £3,950, but different styles are also available.

The Queen Consort has been praised for her classic look today on social media.

One Twitter user, @camilla17071947, said: “Queen Camilla, splendid in a Balmoral Tartan outfit today.”

They added: “It’s always a happy day for me whenever I see her out and about.

“Her smile never fails to make my day.”

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