The King and Queen Consort have visited Berlin and Hamburg

Queen Consort Camilla’s touching tribute to the Princess of Wales on Germany state visit

This week has seen the historic state visit to Germany by the King and Queen Consort. Royal tours are carefully planned and thought out, especially when it comes to attire.

At the state dinner on Wednesday night, Camilla dazzled in an embellished Bruce Oldfield gown accessorized with the Greville Boucheron Honeycomb tiara and the City of London Fringe necklace.


Queen Consort Camilla sported a brooch worn at William and Kate’s wedding


And the Queen Consort wore an accessory with a sweet connection to the Prince and Princess of Wales on the second day of their tour as they visited the German parliament, a market, and the Komische Opera.

Camilla wore her diamond and yellow gold Cosmos brooch, which was part of her Van Cleef & Arpels collection, on her cocoa-colored tailored coat.

She also has a white gold matching brooch that she frequently wears with it. In 2011, she was spotted doing so at Prince William and Catherine Middleton’s royal wedding.

The 12th wedding anniversary of William and Catherine will occur in April.


Camilla wearing the brooches at William and Kate’s 2011 royal wedding


Following her wedding to Prince Charles in 2005, the then-Duchess of Cornwall wore the sparkling accessories to her very first Buckingham Palace garden party.

The King and Queen Consort will travel to Hamburg on their third and final day of their three-day state visit to Germany.

Charles and Camilla will visit the St. Nikolai Memorial, the remnants of a church that was obliterated when the Allies bombed the city during World War II, accompanied by the German President and his wife.


Camilla at her first Buckingham Palace garden party in 2005
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Charles stated: “…we will once more stand with the people of Germany in solemn remembrance” in his speech to the Bundestag on Thursday.

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“I will pay my respects at the memorial to the Kindertransporte in Hamburg, which 85 years ago gave more than 10,000 Jewish children safe passage to new lives in Britain and saved their lives from Nazism.”

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