Royal Family Shares Striking Portrait of Queen Camilla Standing Alone in a Garden

And the queen wore her statement boots for the occasion

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First, the Prince and Princess of Wales released a beautiful photo of themselves walking alone through a Jordanian palace garden. And now, the royal family has unveiled a new portrait of Queen Camilla strolling through a garden of her own.

Earlier this week, the queen, 76, celebrated the seasonal blooms by launching Winter Flowers Week at the Garden Museum in Lambeth, London. 

To mark the occasion, the royal family shared photos taken at the grand opening on its official Instagram account. The first pic in the slideshow is the striking image of the royal standing alone under a floral canopy surrounded by vibrant foliage and branches. Camilla blends right in with the scenery with a forest green jacket, pleated skirt and statement boots, which she also showed off back in November.

In the caption, the royal family shared more deets about the display. “The immersive installations have been created from only British-grown seasonal flowers and foliage, using environmentally-friendly materials and methods,” the message read. 

It continued, “Her Majesty toured the current museum exhibition ‘Frank Walter: Artist, Gardener, Radical’, met designers, and joined a craft session for families themed around winter flowers.”

Per the official website, the Garden Museum “explores and celebrates the art, history, and design of British gardens” and their importance in today’s society. Through immersive paintings, photography and exhibitions, visitors can learn more about influential gardeners as well as the history of gardening. 

We’ll never say no to a royal portrait.

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