Queen Camilla, 75, wore a blue, white and green floral dress to the Chelsea Flower Show with King Charles this evening.
The snowdrop print number was created by the Queen Consort’s favourite designer, Fiona Clare.
The flattering dress features collar detailing, long sleeves and a flared hemline.
The Queen Consort could also be seen carrying her Bottega Veneta “Intrecciato small leather shoulder bag” which costs a whopping £2,180.
The bag’s description says: “Bottega Veneta’s Intrecciato weave is just so versatile, isn’t it?
“It works on every bag the brand uses it on. This one is covered in the technique, and it even reaches inside too.
“It doesn’t just look good, though — it’s functional as well. It’s got two roomy main compartments with a zip pocket in each, and there are a couple of ways you can carry it — with the top carry handles, or over your shoulder with the strap.”
Queen Camilla could be seen wearing lots of jewellery this evening, including her Cartier watch, her Van Cleef & Arpels bracelet and her Art Deco engagement ring from King Charles.
She has worn her Cartier Ceinture Watch consistently since becoming Queen, whereas she used to wear her Fitbit for royal outings when she was the Duchess of Cornwall.
The Cartier model that Queen Camilla wears tends to sell for an average of £4,000.
Her Van Cleef bracelet, which is part of their signature Magic Alhambra collection, is also pricey.
The bracelet, which is made of 18k yellow gold, retails for a whopping £3,900.
The Queen Consort also appeared to be wearing one of her favourite pendant necklaces which includes the initials of her five grandchildren.
In addition, Camilla wore some pearl earrings, which were likely clip-on jewels as her ears remain famously unpierced.
For footwear, Camilla wore a pair of beige wedges that had a white sole. These shoes looked perfect for the warm May weather and also appeared very comfortable.
The Queen Consort has openly discussed her pain from wearing high heels before, as she suffers from bunions.
Therefore, she consistently wears wide-foot shoes with block heels on royal engagements for comfort.