Queen Camilla made a sweet nod to King Charles as she wore a pair of £38,000 earrings debuted at their wedding at today’s Remembrance Day service.
The Queen joined the King and other senior members of the Royal Family at The Cenotaph at 11am to pay tribute to Britons who died at war.
As is tradition, Camilla opted to wear black for Remembrance Day as she stood on a balcony nearby The Cenotaph with her daughter-in-law, Kate Middleton.
Camilla wore a sleek black coat, which she accessorised with a statement, angled hat and a pair of favoured earrings that she debuted on her wedding day in 2005.
The £38,000 pearl-drop earrings feature a large, round pearl that hands from intricate silver discs.
The jewels are clearly of sentimental value to the Queen, who wears them often at royal engagements and evening receptions.
Of course, Camilla also accessorised with a Remembrance Day poppy. She only opted to wear one, while Kate was seen wearing three, as she typically does.
Today was the first Remembrance Day service that has been led by King Charles since his and Camilla’s coronation in May.
He led the country in a two-minute silence to remember Britain’s war dead, before laying the first of many wreaths in front of The Cenotaph.
A wreath was also laid at the monument on behalf of the Queen by Major Ollie Plunket, The Rifles, equerry to Camilla, Queen Consort.
Camilla viewed the Remembrance Day service from the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office centre balcony, alongside the Princess of Wales.
The Duke of Edinburgh and the Princess Royal also laid wreaths at the Cenotaph.
Senior politicians including Rishi Sunak, Sir Keir Starmer, Sir Ed Davey, James Cleverly and Suella Braverman have also assembled near the Cenotaph. Behind them were former prime ministers Liz Truss, Boris Johnson, David Cameron, Gordon Brown, Theresa May, Sir Tony Blair and Sir John Major.
Meanwhile, some 10,000 veterans and 800 armed forces personnel members from all three services marched past The Cenotaph.