Queen Camilla dazzled everyone by wearing a blue jumpsuit designed by Anna Valentine. The styling of the new Queen gave much to talk about on social networks.
Camilla, an advocate of literature and the promotion of reading has once again left her mark on the world of letters.
Hampton Court Palace was the ideal venue for the first festival of the Queen’s Reading Room, a book club founded by herself in January 2021 via Instagram.
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The festival brought together thousands of enthusiastic people who shared a passion for reading. Despite a slight delay, the Queen appeared in style, sporting a modern and elegant outfit that broke with her traditional image.
Dressed in a blue jumpsuit that she combined with matching accessories, Camilla demonstrated her ability to adapt to current trends.
Queen Camilla’s blue jumpsuit
Queen Camilla of England looked very elegant in a stunning blue jumpsuit by the prestigious designer Anna Valentine.
The monarch had already worn this striking ensemble at the Coronation Concert in May.
The jumpsuit, with three-quarter sleeves, featured exquisite satin cuffs at the bottom, which added a touch of elegance to the ensemble.
It featured a satin sash and a zipper that elegantly extended from the neckline to the middle, offering a unique and sophisticated design.
Queen Camilla chose to leave the zipper partially open, revealing her necklaces, which complemented the outfit perfectly.
Her choice to wear her jewelry added a regal touch to the ensemble, highlighting her attention to detail.
To complete her outfit, Queen Camilla wore a beautiful blue shawl, which provided warmth and comfort throughout the evening.
Her navy blue suede handbag matched perfectly with the blue jumpsuit, demonstrating her impeccable sense of style.
As for footwear, the Queen wore her black suede boots, which added a subtle yet refined touch to the bottom of her jumpsuit.
Queen’s Reading Room
The Queen’s Reading Room, which has a follower base of more than 165,000 people on Instagram, has managed to generate excitement and engagement around reading.
On its website, the book club offers a wide selection of recommended books, interviews with featured authors, and a wealth of information on different genres and literary eras.
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From the classics of Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Jane Austen to contemporary works by Kate Young, Maggie O’Farrell, William Boyd and Joanna Quinn, among others, the Queen’s Reading Room caters to the literary interests of diverse audiences.
The festival was a unique opportunity for reading lovers to immerse themselves in literary talks and enjoy theatrical performances.
In addition, Queen Camilla had the honor of greeting Judi Dench, one of the event’s hosts, who also shares a love of books and theater.
The success of the Queen’s Reading Room and its growing influence demonstrates the importance of a passion for reading in the contemporary world.
As the book club continues to expand its reach, it is hoped that more people will join this initiative.