On the second day of the royal visit to Kenya, Camilla debuted a striking new Liberty print dress designed by Fiona Clare.
The eye-catching dress captivated attention as she accompanied King Charles III on his busy itinerary.
Queen Camilla wears elephant and peacock print Liberty dress
Queen Camilla’s new printed dress was the star of the day.
The cotton dress was designed by Fiona Clare and featured a vibrant elephant and peacock motif, perfect for an African trip.
With its midi length, scoop neckline, and button front, the dress evoked a chic safari style.
As an accessory, she wore her vintage Alhambra bracelet with 5 motifs in 18k yellow gold and agate by Van Cleef & Arpels.
She completed the adventurous ensemble with a pair of lace-up explorer boots.
Camilla’s new dress was an excellent sartorial choice for Camilla’s first visit to a Commonwealth nation since assuming her role as Queen Consort.
Camilla and Charles spent part of the day at the Nairobi elephant orphanage, where they interacted with baby elephants and rhinos.
There, the King and Queen were able to see first-hand the important wildlife protection work being done there.
In her striking Liberty print dress, Camilla paid sartorial homage to Kenya’s history and natural beauty.
Kenya has special significance, as Queen Elizabeth first learned of her accession to the throne while staying at the Treetops Hotel in 1952.
Charles made reference to his late mother’s story, pledging to continue her legacy of dedication to the Commonwealth. The trip celebrated Kenya’s 60 years of independence.