Chanel has become a staple brand in the grand royal wardrobe. The label's signature boucle designs, tweed concoctions and devilishly chic accessories have gripped the royal imagination for decades, and Queen Consort Camilla is certainly a fan.
King Charles' wife stepped out during a state visit to Germany looking regal in a navy outfit as you can see in the clip below. She wore an elegant navy coat featuring sweet embroidered panels, long sleeves and a dainty collar, paired with black suede boots.
Queen Victoria's sapphire and diamond wedding brooch adorned Camilla's outerwear garment, induing her modest aesthetic with a hefty dose of dazzle.
All eyes, however, fell upon the royal's choice of accessory for the occasion. Queen Camilla gracefully clasped Chanel's 'Crossbody Bag' in blue which boasted the French fashion house's iconic insignia in silver, a short, curved handle and of course, a quilted finish.
She styled her bouncing tresses down loose in a glamorous blow-dried design and opted for a natural makeup look.
Upon seeing Queen Camilla's latest look surface online, fans were quick to express their admiration for her sartorial sophistication. "I love this brooch," one wrote, while another said: "I love that she is wearing some royal heirlooms on this trip." A third added: "I like all her outfits, very age appropriate and always on point," as a fourth casually noted: "Wow this is huge," with a love heart symbol.
A great deal of thought and planning goes into royal tours and state visits, particularly when it comes to fashion.
On the second day of their tour, the couple visited the German parliament, a market and Komische Opera. For the outing, 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.