King Charles’ coronation ceremony is currently making headlines all around the internet. Amidst this, Queen Camilla’s coronation gown stole the attention. The intricate details of the gown created a buzz. Interestingly, the Queen’s gown includes her two furry pets as well.
The gown is a very special one for the queen as it demonstrates her rescue dogs, Bluebell and Beth. Many people commented on the gown and appreciated the designer’s work and the queen’s love for her pets. Queen Camilla wore the gown for the coronation, designed by Bruce Oldfield.
The intricate details of Queen Camilla’s gown
Queen Camilla indeed looked regal in her beautiful gown. The Queen Consort opted to include her pet dogs in her gown. The 75-year-old Queen wore a gown by designer Bruce Oldfield. The gown had some ravishing details in it, but the two embroidered dogs, Bluebell and Beth, were attention-worthy. The Queen adopted Beth in 2011, and soon after a year, she adopted the second dog, Bluebell, from the renowned Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, which she visited often.
Oldfield designed the Queen’s coronation outfit very wisely. The fabric that resembled King Charles‘s attire was chosen to make the Queen’s outfits so that they complement each other. The Queen’s attire featured many significant details. The gown was embroidered with pincushion flowers that signify the Queen’s dedication and support when she became patron in 2017 as the Duchess of Cornwall.
Apart from that, many interesting patterns were included in the gown. The gown featured various embroidered insects like butterflies, bees, beetles, and caterpillars. These creatures were made on the theme of nature. It denoted the fondness of the King and Queen for the natural world.
In addition, there are a total of 24 plants featured on the outfit, and each reflects some meaning. It includes Lily of the Valley, which was also a favorite flower of the late Queen Elizabeth, Myrtle, which symbolizes hope, and Delphinium, which is one of the King’s favorite flowers and is also the birth flower of Queen Camilla’s mother.
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People’s Reaction to Queen Camilla’s Gown
Queen Camilla’s coronation gown became a topic of discussion for internet users. The intricate details of the gown intrigued many users, as they somehow reflected the nature of the queen. Internet users appreciated Queen’s choice and Oldfield’s creative work. The Queen consort’s affection for her dogs was also appreciated by many dog lovers. A Twitter user mentioned the intricacies of the gown in a tweet, and the comment section was flooded with many users’ opinions on the same.
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#NEW I just noticed that Queen Camilla had hers and King Charles’ rescue dogs, Bluebell and Beth, embroidered on her #Coronation gown 👑🐶 pic.twitter.com/uTtM8rJKUM
— CoutureAndRoyals (@CoutureRoyals) May 6, 2023
A user commented,
“Her gown was stunning, I loved the dogs on them.”
Another user showed their curiosity about the idea behind the gown’s design and wrote,
“I really hope Bruce Oldfield is allowed to give an interview about this dress.”
Another user wrote,
“What a great spot. It seems she wanted to weave into the dress all of the things in her life that mean the most to her. How lovely.”
Another user appreciated the designer’s work and wrote,
“Oh, that’s wonderful! I thought Bruce Oldfield did a great job. It’s definitely a dress for history, especially knowing now that it has personal touches that reflect the Queen’s life.”
Another user writes,
“Her dress was beautiful. All the extra details make it even more special.”
All the hard work Bruce Oldfield had put into the Queen’s coronation gown was well acclaimed by the people. On the big day, the king and queen were supported by their beloved family members.
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