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A touch of green for the queen.
Queen Camilla chose a very on-theme dress for the 140th Sandringham Flower Show in England Wednesday, repeating the same foliage-print dress she wore in Cornwall earlier this month as she joined King Charles for a sunny day out.
The royal, who turned 76 earlier this month, beamed in her custom Fiona Clare shirtdress with a tie belt as the couple arrived at the flower show via carriage for the first time as king and queen.
The collared style with a zip front features three-quarter sleeves and a vine print in various shades of light and dark green on a black background.
She teamed the frock with a pair of her beloved Sole Bliss heels — which she’s worn more than 80 times — wearing the brand’s nude leather Ingrid style ($279) along with a pair of enormous pearl drop earrings and a blue Van Cleef and Arpels Alhambra bracelet ($4,800).
The royal added a meaningful necklace to her look, layering a Kiki McDonough blue topaz pendant ($1,937) with her often-worn disc necklace featuring the initials of her grandchildren.
Camilla also carried a nude Bottega Veneta tote ($5,200), which appeared to be stuffed with essentials for their day out.
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The queen clearly adores the outfit, as she wore the same dress, bag and shoes to visit Cornwall for a series of engagements on July 13.
She also rocked a green shirt dress last month, wearing a spotted Samantha Sung look the same week Kate Middleton wore her own green animal-print ensemble.
When she’s not dazzling in jewels and gowns at formal royal events — like her May 6 coronation — the thrifty royal is known to stick to what works, wearing a uniform of sensible low heels and midi dresses.
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