Queen Camilla looks stylish in a green dress for her visit to Armagh and Enniskillen

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Queen Camilla wore a gorgeous green midi dress for her visit to Armagh and Enniskillen in Northern Ireland on Thursday (25 May).

Joined by her husband King Charles III, the pair greeted and had conversations with many people in the towns they visited.

While there, the Royal Family shared on their instagram what the King and Queen were up to while visiting and captioned the post: "Thank you to everyone who came out to say hello in Armagh and Enniskillen today!👋"

The captioned also revealed that the Queen met those who were taking part in the Playful Museums Initiative at the Armagh Robinson Library.

The Royal Family released another video of Queen Camilla enjoying her time at the library meeting the children and other volunteers.

The Queen also met members of the Dementia NI Empowerment Group, who discussed with her the role that libraries play in making people living with Dementia feel safe and welcome.

For the occasion, the Queen opted for a vibrant green dress with intricate floral embroidery and a collared finish.

The dress had a gorgeous feminine feel to it, with its stylish pleats giving it a sophisticated regal look.

To finish off her outfit, the Queen accessorised her dress with her signature nude court heels and timeless pearl and silver jewellery.

This isn't the only stunning outfit we've seen Queen Camilla in recently. The Queen opted for a chic white and beige look for her visit to Hillsborough Castle in Northern Ireland on Wednesday (24 May).

queen camilla green dress

For the event, Queen Camilla wore a co-ordinated neutrals ensemble. The Queen's longline jacket came in at the waist and featured a pretty diamond print design.

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