The real reason Queen Camilla wore green at Easter

The real reason Queen Camilla wore green at Easter
The real reason Queen Camilla wore green at Easter
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On Easter Sunday (31/3), King Charles III made his most notable public appearance since his cancer diagnosis was announced earlier in the year. He received royal admirers at St George’s Chapel, in Windsor, United Kingdom, in a very enthusiastic way.

In addition to interest in the monarch’s health condition, the choice of color for Queen Camilla’s and other royal ladies’ clothing also attracted public attention.

In an interview with the Daily Express website, royal expert Afua Hagan shared that the choice of the color green used by Queen Camilla, Princess Anne and the Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson, can be seen as a gesture of solidarity to the battle against cancer fought by Charles and Kate Middleton, who was also diagnosed with the disease in March.

Hagan proposes that the color green may have been an allusion to the cancer ribbon in support of Macmillan, one of the UK’s leading charities that helps people affected by the same disease as the King and Princess of Wales.

The international website also sought the opinion of a personal stylist to decipher the meaning behind the clothes worn at the official Easter event. In an interview, Francesca Cairns agreed that the royals were making a statement through their attire.

“I noticed that royalty combines colors at certain events when they get together and want to make a statement. The choice of green represents growth, a symbolism that is especially appropriate during the Easter season when themes of sacrifice, resurrection and new beginnings abound, and could definitely also have to do with Macmillan’s cancer.”

The article is in Portuguese

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