The Royal Family

How Queen Camilla Paid Tribute Yo Princess Kate On Germany State Visit

The King and Queen Consort Camilla have been carrying out their historic state visit to Germany this week. A great deal of thought and planning goes into royal tours, particularly when it comes to fashion.

We saw Camilla wow in an embellished Bruce Oldfield gown with the Greville Boucheron Honeycomb tiara and the City of London Fringe necklace at the state banquet on Wednesday night. Take a look at the couple arriving at Schloss Bellevue…

And on the second day of their tour as the couple visited the German parliament, a market and Komische Opera, the Queen Consort sported an accessory with a sweet connection to the Prince and Princess of Wales.

Camilla brought back her diamond and yellow gold Cosmos brooch from her Van Cleef & Arpels collection, which she pinned to her chocolate brown tailored coat.

She also owns a matching brooch in white gold, which she often pairs together, as seen at Prince William and Kate Middleton’s royal wedding in 2011.

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This April will mark William and Kate’s 12th wedding anniversary.

The then-Duchess of Cornwall also sported the sparkling accessories at her very first Buckingham Palace garden party after her marriage to Prince Charles in 2005.

On the final day of their three-day state visit to Germany, the King and Queen Consort will travel to Hamburg.

Joined by the German President and his wife, Charles and Camilla will visit the St Nikolai Memorial, the remains of a church which was destroyed when the Allies bombed the city during the Second World War.

Camilla wearing the brooches at William and Kate's 2011 royal wedding
Camilla wearing the brooches at William and Kate’s 2011 royal wedding

In his speech to the Bundestag on Thursday, Charles said: “…we will once again stand with the people of Germany in solemn remembrance.

“In Hamburg, I will pay my respects at the memorial to the Kindertransporte, which, 85 years ago, saved the lives of more than 10,000 Jewish children from Nazism, and gave them safe passage to new lives in Britain.”


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