Queen Camilla, 75, stepped out on Sunday for the inaugural Queen’s Reading Room Literary Festival at Hampton Court Palace.
The Queen looked splendid in a blue jumpsuit designed by Anna Valentine, which she previously debuted at the Coronation Concert in May.
The three-quarter length sleeves on Camilla’s jumpsuit featured satin cuffs at the bottom, adding an elegant flare to the outfit.
The garment included a satin band and a zip that ran from the collar down to the middle.
The Queen decided to leave the zip partially open to show off some of her necklaces which were gorgeous.
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Queen Camilla could be seen carrying a blue shawl in case her arms got cold later in the evening.
In addition, she carried a navy blue suede clutch bag which worked perfectly with the blue ensemble.
For footwear, Camilla wore her black suede boots which could just about be seen at the bottom of her jumpsuit.
Royal fans were divided over Queen Camilla’s blue jumpsuit, designed by Anna Valentine.
Twitter user @Cathy57600977 said: “The Queen should wear more jumpsuits.”
In addition, @VLH_prh wrote: “Love the cheek kisses for everyone! She also looks fabulous.”
Royal watcher @Momomo5371 added: “The Queen is wonderful normal and down-to-earth. I’ve never seen her wearing a jumpsuit.
“It‘s great! It seems she knows these people very well, she kisses everyone.”
Royal fan @leen5 said: “Oh this is nice, very interesting choice.. yet Queen Camilla pulled it off.”
However, Instagram user @tanyajane_5 commented: “A big no from me. Not sure if it is because they are both wearing the same colour, but the width of those trouser legs just doesn’t do it for me.
“The top part is fine though too similar to the other person.” @therealcourtneymichter added: “Does she wear any other colour ever? Would love to see her in emerald.”
Another fan @caro_jnkns wrote: “Love the colour but… Yikes. Not with black clumpy shoes anyway.”