Queen Camilla stuns in emerald green as she attends glitzy awards ceremony
Queen Camilla has stunned royal fans in emerald green as she arrives at the Foreign Press Association Awards this evening in London.
The royal is present to celebrate 135 years of the Foreign Press Association (FPA) at the annual award ceremony.
The Queen was received at the Sheraton Grand by the Lord Lieutenant of Greater London, Sir Ken Olisa.
The 76-year-old was then welcomed to the Foreign Press Awards by Deborah Bonetti, who is the Director of the Foreign Press Association, and Dagmar Seeland, the President of the Foreign Press Association.
After being formally welcomed, the Queen will meet the FPA Committee, judges and the 33 nominees in every journalism category
at the Awards in the Tudor Rose Room.
A group photograph will then be taken of Her Majesty and the nominees.
Following this, the Queen will join the ceremony in the Ballroom, and will prepare to give a keynote speech to those in attendance.
The royal will also then, before departing, be presented with an Honorary Membership of the Foreign Press Association.
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