While all eyes have been on the Royal Family’s young duchesses, Kate and Meghan, fans may have missed the Duchess of Cornwall’s recent sartorial savvy! While paying a visit to Jewish Care’s Brenmer Centre on Wednesday (Jan. 23), Camilla stunned in a green ensemble that seems to have taken a page from each of her stylish daughters-in-law’s books.
Of particular note was the elegant handbag that Duchess Camilla was carrying. Eagle eyed royal watchers will quickly recognize the green DeMellier London accessory that Meghan donned for a 2018 visit to Cardiff before her royal wedding to Prince Harry. The ‘Mini Venice’ bag rings in at $515 and comes in a variety of beautiful colours, including purple and blush pink – but just like the pregnant royal, green was the go-to for Camilla!
Last January, Meghan, 37, paired the small tasselled bag with a chic black Stella McCartney coat, trousers by Welsh brand Hieut Denim and a sweet pair of black velvet boots. The bag label’s founder Mireia Llusia-Lindh told HELLO! of the moment: “We are truly honoured that Meghan is wearing one of our bags. She is a fantastic role model to women all over the world and a great addition to the Royal Family.”
Aside from the pretty arm candy, Prince Charles’ wife was also channeling Duchess Kate with her all-green ensemble. Perhaps the 71-year-old was inspired by the mother of three, who donned an entirely green outfit to visit Family Action in Lewisham the previous day. The 37-year-old is also known to be a fan of the skirt suit (remember her recycled purple Oscar de la Renta at the Royal Opera?) which is a style that Camilla favours as well, outfitted with a small brooch and, much like Kate, paired with opaque black tights and heels.