Queen Consort Camilla leaves fans all saying the same thing after latest royal visit
Queen Consort Camilla left royal fans all saying the same thing on Friday after her latest royal visit to Germany.
The wife of King Charles was a vision in navy blue for the exciting engagement which was perfectly showcased in an Instagram reel. During her visit, Camilla met with staff and students at Rudolf-Roß-Grundschule alongside Hamburg-born illustrator of The Gruffalo, Axel Scheffler.
Camilla took part in a drawing session with the children, and showed off her incredible illustrating skills as she penned a wonderful version of the title character from the Julia Donaldson best seller. It's safe to say fans were impressed by the Queen's artistic abilities and couldn't wait to react in the comments section.
One fan penned: "Such a wonderful visit and I love The Queen Consort’s drawing of the Gruffalo!!! So happy to see all the crowds too!" A second added: "This is so sweet...and truly admirable that The Queen continues to promote the love of books and literacy." A third penned: "Well done, your Majesty!! That looks like fun."
Something which also couldn't go unnoticed by followers was how excellent Queen Camilla was with the children as one fan replied: "[She is]Very good with children," alongside a heart eyes emoji. A second agreed writing: "The Queen adores children and they seem to adore her. Such a warm, welcoming lady who always has such a smile on her face."
Charles and Camilla's trip to Germany marks their first visit there as the King and Queen Consort.
On Wenesday, the royal duo were greeted by a twenty-one gun salute and a fly-past after landing at Berlin-Brandenburg Government Airport.
The King looked smart in a black overcoat with a blue patterned tie, while the Queen Consort donned a cornflower blue coat dress with a matching hat - in a nod to Germany's national flower.
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