In a coat and a pillbox hat: Queen Camilla made the first secular exit in the new year

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In a coat and a pillbox hat: Queen Camilla made her first social appearance in the new year

King Charles III and Queen Camilla attended a church service on the first day of the new year, as well like the late Queen Elizabeth II did.

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King Charles III, 74, and Queen Consort Camilla, 75, greeted the Reverend Canon Dr. Paul Williams as they attended a New Year's Eve service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham. Their Royal Majesties have been there since Christmas and there will be all the New Year holidays. People writes about this.

Camilla chose a long dark coat with a belt at the waist for a secular exit. To him, Her Royal Majesty picked up high boots, and in her hands she held her favorite bag from the DeMellier London brand and a bouquet of tulips.

Camilla had a pillbox hat with a feather on her head, and earrings with pearls sparkled in her ears. She completed the look with a horseshoe brooch with diamonds, rubies and sapphires, which was pinned to the coat collar.

King Charles wore a tweed coat and suit, and wore brown suede shoes.

As part of a New Year's walk, they met with Bishop Graham Asher of Norwich and Reverend Canon Dr. Paul Williams near the church. King Charles III also greeted the crowd waiting outside the Church of St. Mary Magdalene and was filmed talking to a group of onlookers while they were taking pictures.

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