Brooch with feathers
As seen in the photo above, the Queen Consort is wearing a brooch that Charles' great-grandfather King Edward VII bought for Camilla's great-grandmother Alice Keppel. The brooch featured feathers, a symbol of the title of the Prince of Wales at the time of their marriage in April 2005. It was Camilla's subtle message of bringing the two families together, according to British Vogue.
Shoes by French designer
Camilla is seen pointing out her cream Chanel shoes with black toe caps made by a French designer when she welcomed President Emmanuel Macron of France to Clarence House in June 2020.
Camilla took over the role of Colonel-in-Chief of The Rifles from Prince Philip in July 2020. She attended the ceremony with The Rifles regiment of the British Army. Hello! magazine reported that she wore a green dress with black trim and black buttons that matched the regiment's uniforms.
Brooch from Queen Elizabeth II
At the Memorial Service of Thanksgiving for the monarch before her state funeral, Camilla wore a diamond brooch with a thistle, Scotland's national flower. It was a gift to her from Queen Elizabeth II, according to Insider's Mikhaila Friel. Queen Elizabeth inherited the brooch after the death of her mother in 2002.
Brooch worn at Queen Elizabeth's state funeral
At the Queen's state funeral on September 19, 2022, Camilla wore a heart-shaped diamond jubilee brooch with three sapphires in recognition of Queen Victoria's historic reign for 63 years. Queen Elizabeth reigned for 70 years. Camilla previously wore the brooch for Queen Elizabeth's diamond jubilee celebrations in 2012.