The coronation outfits worn by King Charles and Queen Camilla have gone on display at Buckingham Palace. The Queen’s coronation dress was designed by Bruce Oldfield. It has floral designs in white and gold, which represent her affection for nature and the British countryside. Some personal details include the name of her children and grandchildren [read more]
Buckingham Palace has shared several photos from the balcony of the Palace. The images show the King and Queen as they arrived at Buckingham Palace, during the flypast and as they greet the crowds after their coronation.
Queen Camilla has been crowned alongside her husband at Westminster Abbey. Shortly after her husband was crowned and had received homage from the Prince of Wales, Camilla was anointed and crowned by the Archbishop of Canterbury. Although she was not shielded as she was being anointed, the cameras were not on her. She was then [read more]
The official website of the royal family has been updated to refer to Camilla as “Her Majesty The Queen.” It has never been necessary to refer to Camilla as “Camilla, the Queen Consort” as none of her predecessors were referred to as such. You can read more about it here. She is rightfully “Her Majesty [read more]
King Charles III has issued a Royal Warrant stating that Camilla should be referred to as Queen Camilla in prayers said for or referring to the Royal Family. Lambeth Palace published the notice, which stated that “with effect from 6 May 2023, in every prayer for the Royal Family contained in any form of service [read more]
Buckingham Palace has revealed that Queen Camilla will wear Queen Elizabeth II’s Robe of State. Queen Elizabeth II wore the Robe of State for her own coronation in 1953. The Robe is made of crimson velvet and has been conserved by robemakers at Ede and Ravenscroft. Some minor adjustments have been made for Queen Camilla. [read more]