Camilla Parker-Bowles was a special guest on BBC’s Gardeners’ World last night, talking to host Monty Don about gardening being a “healing” experience. She also spoke about her desire to create a “wildflower meadow” to attract more wildlife to her garden.
Jungle print usually consists of pictures of creatures or plants usually found in the jungle or rainforest.
Camilla’s dress featured leaves, trees, and animals.
Among the animals were red and purple toucans and black and white ring-tailed lemurs.
The dress was mid-length, reaching below Camilla’s knees and had three-quarter sleeves and a collared neckline.
The dress’ skirt was slightly pleated and was tied at the front.
As for accessories, the Duchess wore dangling silver earrings and two necklaces.
One necklace was a gold heart-shaped pendant, while the other was silver with a tiny gemstone at the centre of the pendant.
Camilla kept her beauty look simple, opting for lashings of black mascara and a pale pink lip.
These were much more casual than the shoes she chose the last time she wore the jungle print dress in public.
That was for a more formal occasion, back in June.
Camilla visited the Garden Museum in London on June 10, wearing the printed dress with a pair of low pale orange heels.
The Duchess accessorised her outfit with a colourful, floral print mask.
The mask was green and covered in white, blue, yellow, purple, and red flowers.
Although the mask did not match the dress, Camilla stylishly pulled off the print-clashing look.
At the time, royal fans were quick to comment on the Duchess’ dress, with many complimenting her appearance.
One Twitter user wrote: “How lovely! Such beautiful flowers! And our Duchess is the most beautiful one of them all.”
“Another person said: “Beautiful, natural and an asset to the Royal Family.”
One person added: “The Duchess’ mask game is strong.”
Another royal fan wrote: “Stunning!”