President Emmanuel Macron welcomed King Charles III and Queen Camilla at the Élysée Palace earlier this evening in Paris, France.
The 76-year-old Queen looked fashionable in a patterned dress complete with simple details including ruffles down the centre.
Complete with a knee-grazing hemline and three-quarter-length sleeves, the whimsical ensemble was flattering on the royal’s figure.
Camilla’s look was a new addition to her wardrobe though it looked similar to other patterns she has worn in the past.
Previously, the royal has worn countless dresses in a comparable style, though none quite match the on-trend leopard print she chose today.
Both Camilla and Brigitte Macron dressed to impress for the occasion, though the British Queen kept her look more modest.
The French President’s wife opted for a 60s shift-style dress cut above the knee, while Camilla kept it classic with a midi dress and tunic neckline.
The garment featured ruffled three-quarter-length sleeves with an exaggerated cuff and a nipped-in waist to highlight Camilla’s curves.
Her dress appeared to be made from a lightweight silk or chiffon fabric which perfectly swayed in the breeze as she greeted the French President and First Lady.
Queen Camilla kept her makeup lightly bronzed and peacy to suit her sunkissed complexion.
Contrasted with the dark, earthy hues of her dress, Camilla looked radiant in the smart-casual outfit.
She accessorised lightly with statement gold earrings and a pillow-patterned bag handbag.
Staying true to her style, the 76-year-old also wore an array of bracelets on her wrist and a pendant necklace to match – though this was hidden by the ruffled collar of her dress.