Queen Camilla stepped out in South London earlier today to visit the Garden Museum, where she opened their annual British Flowers Week Exhibition.
Founded by New Covent Garden Market, British Flowers Week champions British-grown flowers, sustainable floristry and the floral design talent across the country.
Looking vibrant as ever in a blue and white Summery dress, Queen Camilla accesorised with two particularly symbolic pendants – one that pays tribute to the five Grandchildren she shares with her ex husband, Andrew Parker Bowles, and a lesser seen jewel.
Flawlessly matching her dress, Queen Camilla’s lesser seen pendant is Royal blue – a colour that she’s worn frequently since the passing of Queen Elizabeth II last September. Perfect for Royals who want to be connected to the public, blue has long been associated with trust and authority.
Interestingly, the pendant doesn’t appear to feature any stones. Instead, it looks to be engraved with white enamel, in the shape of two hearts overlapping one another. Though the origin of the pendant is currently unknown, a heart intertwined with another represents romantic adoration lasting between a couple, suggesting that it could be a gift from her husband, King Charles III.
The only known previous sighting of the striking pendant was at the Christmas Day Service in 2022. With Queen Camilla’s love of blue and recent pendant for wearing the calming colour, we hope that it become one of the jewels that she holds in regular rotation.
Unfortunately, the pendants high sentimental value doesn’t match its monetary value and our experts estimate it to be worth just $3,000 (£2,400) – a fairly modest price for a royal piece.
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