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Queen Camilla and Empress Masako Coordinate in White for State Visit


Queen Camilla joined King Charles III and Prince William to welcome the Emperor and Empress of Japan for a state visit to the U.K. in London on Tuesday. The royals greeted Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako of Japan, followed by a carriage ride to Buckingham Palace.

For the official royal occasion, Queen Camilla favored black-and-white dressing, a color motif she opted for in the recent past. The queen consort fashioned a white midi dress with long sleeves and a slight V-neckline. The dress featured a crisp, clean look and cut, along with subtle detailing running down the front of the dress from the bottom of the neckline to the dress’ hemline.

LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 25: Britain's King Charles III, (C) waits with Queen Camilla (R) as they attend the ceremonial welcome for The Emperor and Empress of Japan's state visit to the United Kingdom on June 25, 2024 in London, England. (Photo by Kin Cheung - WPA Pool/Getty Images)

King Charles III (center) waits with Queen Camilla as they attend the ceremonial welcome for The Emperor and Empress of Japan’s state visit to the U.K. on June 25 in London.

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Queen Camilla coordinated her dress with a pair of taupe suede heels and wore a diamond flower brooch, as well. The queen consort accessorized with pearl earrings and repurposed a Philip Treacy white hat with ornate black ribbon details. She previously wore the hat to Buckingham Palace’s first garden party of 2024 last May.

Queen Camilla’s black-and-white ensemble complemented the look worn by Empress Masako of Japan. Empress Masako also favored a white ensemble with tiered fabric near the bottom of the skirt and lace detailing throughout. She coordinated her look with a complementary hat and pearl earrings, as well.

LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 25: Queen Camilla (C) with Empress Masako of Japan and Prince William, Prince of Wales (R) at the ceremonial welcome during the state visit to the United Kingdom at Horse Guards Parade on June 25, 2024 in London, England. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

Empress Masako of Japan, Queen Camilla and Prince William, Prince of Wales at the ceremonial welcome during the state visit to the U.K. at Horse Guards Parade on June 25 in London.

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Black-and-white dressing has quickly become a go-to color scheme for Queen Camilla. She recently wore a similar color palette, opting instead for monochromatic white dressing, for the D-Day anniversary commemoration in Normandy. Coincidentally, her ensemble coordinated with First Lady of France Brigitte Macron.

On the occasion she wore her black-and-white Philip Treacy hat at the Buckingham Palace garden party last May, Camilla fashioned a coordinated black-and-white ensemble by Fiona Clare — one of the queen consort’s go-to designers.

LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 25: Queen Camilla with Empress Masako of Japan arriving at Buckingham Palace during the ceremonial welcome for start of the State Visit to Britain by the Japanese Emperor and Empress on June 25, 2024 in London, England. (Photo by Jonathan Brady - WPA Pool/Getty Images)

Queen Camilla with Empress Masako of Japan arriving at Buckingham Palace during the ceremonial welcome for start of the state visit to Britain by the Japanese Emperor and Empress on June 25 in London.

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While Queen Camilla consistently favors similar silhouettes by designers like Anna Valentine and Fiona Clare, the queen consort is always open to playful patterns and prints. Her black-and-white dressing, however, is evocative of the type of formal occasion a state visit from the Emperor and Empress of Japan represents. With further royal duties ahead in 2024, it’s a color motif the royal may favor again soon.



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