Camilla recalls awkward wardrobe blunder which made Queen laugh on wedding day
Even the Queen Consort suffers awkward and embarrassing wardrobe blunders and Camilla knows this all too well.
King Charles III's second wife and the new Queen Consort Camilla has shared a sweet memory of the late Queen.
And it seems that her mother-in-law – Queen Elizbeth II – found Camilla's wedding day wardrobe blunder rather comical.
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Speaking about her wedding day to the King, which took place in 2005, the Queen Consort recalled putting on odd shoes on the morning of her wedding – with it going unnoticed by members of the Royal Family.
During a televised tribute on Sunday (September 18), Camilla recalled: "I remember coming from here, Clarence House, [to] go to Windsor the day I got married when I probably wasn't firing on all cylinders, quite nervous.
"And, for some unknown reason, I put on a pair of shoes and one had an inch heel and one had a two-inch heel."
Camilla added: "So, I mean talk about hop-a-long and there's nothing I could do. I was halfway down in the car before I realised and you know, she – she could see and laughed about it and said, 'look I'm terribly sorry' and she did, you know, she had a good sense of humour."
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Elsewhere in the sweet televised tribute, Camilla spoke of Queen Elizabeth's "wonderful blue eyes" and how her gaze could be a withering if you happened to question her equestrian knowledge.
The Queen Consort said: "She was able to escape to Sandringham. She had the stud next door. She could go every day, see her foals, work out you know, the next meetings for the year. I think she always kept that as you know, her, her private bit.
"You wouldn't dare question her or argue with her on how horse are bred or how it ran because you'd get a very steely blue-eyed look back again."
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Later on in her tribute she added: "She's got those wonderful blue eyes that when she smiles, you know, they light up her whole face.
"I'll always remember that smile, you know, that smile is unforgettable."
Camilla's tribute to her mother-in-law was aired on Sunday prior to the nation's one-minute silence to honour the late monarch.
Following her sad passing aged 96 on September 8, the Queen's state funeral which will take place at Westminster Abbey on September 19.
You can leave your tributes to Queen Elizabeth II here.
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