Queen Camilla’s coronation gown is filled with hidden symbols, including a special tribute to Queen Elizabeth. Camilla has several flowers embroidered into her outfit, including lily, Queen Elizabeth’s favorite flower. Blooming is so important, in fact, it was introduced in Queen Elizabeth’s Coronation bouquet when she was crowned in 1953.
Along with her Bruce Oldfield dress, Camilla wore one of the most iconic necklaces in royal history. Made for Queen Victoria by Garrard in 1858, it was later worn by Queen Alexandra, Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth I and Queen Elizabeth II – all on their coronation days. It is crafted from 25 diamonds and has a 22.48 carat pendant named Lahore Diamond.