Charles and Camilla joined Holocaust survivor Dr. Martin Stern and Darfur genocide survivor Amouna Adam yesterday as they lit a candle in remembrance of the victims of the genocide. , shared on the Royal Family’s social media pages.
Looking at the photos and a short video clip posted on Twitter, body language expert Judy James spoke to Express.co.uk about the royal couple’s facial expressions and gestures.
“There is a strong sense of mirroring here that creates the impression of a team of two people, much like a couple lighting candles on Holocaust Remembrance Day,” she said.
“Camila appears to be dressed to complement her husband’s suit, and their body language is in sync as they move together, suggesting common goals and objectives.”
Judy said Camilla acted more as her husband’s wife than as a queen, as she often does.
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“Camila, as always, is keen to monitor her husband not only to see if he’s doing well, but to imitate his behavior.
“While this suggests that a degree of personal insecurity exists, it also indicates a desire to provide a supportive and reassuring presence to her husband as he carries out his duties as king. increase.”
The King and Queen’s matching outfits are blue, a color that Camilla was particularly fond of.
Charles wore a dark blue suit with a white shirt and light blue and white polka dot tie.
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The Queen, on the other hand, wore a navy blue long-sleeved, knee-length dress.
This material continued around Camila’s collar and down the cuffs of her sleeves.
The boots were designed by Russell and Bromley. As an accessory, Camilla wore her earrings clip-on her pearls. She also wore this to her wedding to Prince Charles in 2005.
It is not confirmed which brand made the earrings, but we do know that they are clip-on gems, as the Queen’s ears were not pierced. It is common with other royals such as Princess Beatrice, who wears
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On her wrist, Camilla wore one of her other favorite accessories, the Van Cleef and Arpels Magic Alhambra bracelet.
Daena Borrowman, PR, Social and Digital Marketing Manager at jewelerybox, spoke to Express.co.uk about Camila’s love of Van Cleef and Arpels jewellery.
“Queen Camilla loves the brand. In fact, she had a great collection even before Prince Charles took the throne.
“Her favorite set is the Van Cleef & Arpels Signature Magic Alhambra collection. Her blue and gold Alhambra bracelet is often seen, but the emotional value it holds for the Queen of England is unclear. Hmm. Brand.”
The royal family posted it on Twitter yesterday.
“Martin and Amouna shared their stories and work in progress with @HMD_UK to ensure the lessons of the past are not forgotten.
“Today at 4pm, windows across the UK will be lit with #LightTheDarkness candles in a moment of national remembrance and solidarity.”
In a statement, Charles wrote: “By learning from the horrors of the Holocaust and the genocide that followed, we can all seek freedom of conscience, generosity of spirit, and the surest defense of hope. We can recommit ourselves to the important principle of caring for others who are…”