Camilla Parker Bowles brooches: Real reason she copies Queen’s trademark accessory


Camilla Parker Bowles has carved out her own unique style as a member of the Royal Family. From royal weddings to black tie events, international tours and even public meet and greets, the Duchess of Cornwall always looks elegant and smart, with an air of subtle sophistication. In more recent years, the wife of the future King of England has been accessorising her outfits with brooches, similarly to the Queen. Express.co.uk spoke to a jewellery expert about choosing the right brooch. 

For example, when Camilla joined Prince Charles and the Queen at the Opening Ceremony of the Sixth Session of the Senedd in Cardiff in October, she wore a leek brooch pinned onto her red coat, while the Queen wore a Welsh Daffodil brooch. 

In November, the Duchess of Cornwall joined the Dean of Westminster to lay a Cross of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey in light of Armistice Day. 

The royal was photographed wearing a dark green coat and a sparkly brooch. 

According to Clarence House, the silver Bugle Horn brooch is used as the cap badge of The Rifles and is worn by every Rifleman today. 

“Along with this, she is keenly aware that in the upcoming stage of her life she will be known as the Princess or Queen Consort to the King of England. 

“Therefore [she] could very well be preparing for her future role and representing royal fashion traditions in the correct way. 

“It’s no secret that the royals are constantly under training for their upcoming roles and one would assume this includes everything from protocol to clothing,” she added. 

As for where the brooches come from, it is presumed they are part of Camilla’s private jewellery collection. 

Alongside brooches, Camilla favours a hat for many public appearances. 

Throughout British history, hats and fascinators have been a part of upper-class etiquette. 

And it’s said to be a tradition for women in the Royal Family to wear hats.



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