Queen Camilla made a public appearance adorned with earrings worth £47,000

Queen Camilla made a public appearance adorned with earrings worth £47,000

The wife of King Charles III of the United Kingdom, Queen Camilla, appeared at a charity event wearing diamond earrings worth £46.9k.

King Charles III and Queen Camilla attended the "Animal Ball" at Lancaster House to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Elephant Family, a charitable organization dedicated to helping wildlife. For the event, the Queen of the United Kingdom chose a designer outfit by British designer Anna Valentine, consisting of satin trousers with wide legs and a long tunic in the style of Indian saris. The spouse of Charles III complemented her look with white gold and diamond earrings from the Magic Alhambra collection by Van Cleef and Arpels, with a value of £46.9k.

Last week, Queen Camilla appeared at the Royal Ascot races, wearing a diamond brooch that previously belonged to Queen Elizabeth II. The brooch, which was one of Queen Elizabeth II's favorite pieces in her collection, was created in 1919 by Lord Courtois-Thomson for The Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co.

In 1919, Lord Courtois-Thomson's sister, Winifred Hope Thomson, gifted the brooch to the wife of King George VI, Queen Elizabeth, later known as Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother when her daughter ascended the throne. In 2002, Queen Elizabeth II inherited the shell brooch from her mother. She has worn it on various occasions, including the unveiling of the Queen Mother memorial and the wedding of her granddaughter Zara Tindall and Mike Tindall.