Camilla wears £1,400 topaz necklace in second outfit change of the day – ‘love the blue!’

Camilla, 74, has changed into her second outfit of the day. This morning the Duchess of Cornwall was dazzling in red. However, now Camilla is in a navy and white ensemble.

This dress coat happens to be the same one she wore to the Maundy Thursday service last month with her husband Prince Charles.

The dress coat is navy blue in colour with white vertical stripes on the lapel and sides of her dress.

Camilla paired the dress with a pair of simple and practical black kitten heel shoes.

The windy weather showed Camilla’s simple gold earrings underneath her gorgeous blonde hair.

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She then wore a simple one-strand pearl necklace which accompanied her oval pendant necklace that the Duchess wore yesterday at the Buckingham Palace garden party.

It appears to be this blue topaz Apollo pendant from Kiki McDonough.

The ‘Apollo Blue Topaz Pendant in Yellow Gold’ is absolutely beautiful.

It also retails for a whopping £1,400.

The description on the website reads: “This stunning 18-carat Yellow Gold circular pendant features a central Blue Topaz stone and four delicate Diamonds.

“A stunning contemporary design.”

It is a gold circular pendant with a central blue stone, and four diamonds decorated around it.

The blue stone matches Camilla’s navy dress.

It also perfectly matched her baby blue dress from yesterday.

Therefore, it is a very adaptable piece of jewellery.

Royal fans took to social media to praise Camilla’s style.

Twitter user @toriaa_h said: “Love the blue!”

Another fan, @SagalAshour added: “Beautiful pictures.”

Similarly, @Emily_Dresser wrote: “Amazing!”

The Duchess of Cornwall was greeted by a guard of honour as she arrived for a visit to HMS Prince of Wales at Her Majesty’s Naval Base in Portsmouth.

This visit is taking place before the aircraft carrier deploys to the Mediterranean as the flagship for the NATO Response Force Task Group.

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