Queen Camilla took a monochrome approach to dressing for a state dinner in France.
While arriving with King Charles III to the Chateau de Versailles in Versailles, France, on Wednesday, the royal wore a pair of dark blue pumps. Her low-heeled style featured a close-toed silhouette with lightly rounded soles, complete with short block heels for a balanced base.
The low-height shoes were paired beneath a sweeping light navy blue dress, which featured a woven-trimmed cape atop a matching dress with a floor-length skirt to create a monochrome moment.
Camilla opted to formally elevate the set with a historic set of royal jewelry: Queen Elizabeth II’s George VI Victorian Suite, a diamond-trimmed necklace and matching earrings set with large blue sapphires. The jewelry was originally given to Elizabeth as a wedding gift by her father King George VI in 1947, according to The Natural Sapphire Company.
The royal’s blue attire also matched that of the dinner’s hostess, Brigitte Macron, who similarly wore a dark blue formal dress with complementary high heels for the occasion.