Camilla, like many people, could have thought “Queen Elizabeth II would be on the throne forever and there was the distinct possibility that Charles would never become king”, in response to Personal Stylist Melissa Lund. But now that Camilla has needed to assume a brand new position, she could must make a couple of adaptions to how she presents herself. Melissa spoke solely to Express.co.uk concerning the adjustments we will anticipate from Queen Camilla.

Melissa informed Express.co.uk: “I don’t think Camilla dresses badly for someone of her age and stage, but I do think that she needs to look a bit more polished in her new role.

“She is now properly and really on the world stage and within the highlight.”

Melissa’s first tip for Camilla was not a fashion point but rather a general note about appearance.

She stated: “Starting from the highest down, she wants to consider her hair, which might be smoother to sit down properly beneath the hats she has to put on in her royal position.

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Suggesting that the brand new Queen’s hair might be sleeker, Melissa added: “Hats don’t really work with hair that is a little unruly.”

But what would Melissa advise for a Queen attempting to tame her mane – and can this make a giant distinction?

“Pulling it back and smoothing it out would work wonders. There are many hair smoothing treatments – some permanent and some temporary – which would help her with this.

“This means in fact that she will be able to’t take the hat off however that’s a small worth to pay for trying glossy while carrying stated hat.”

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In terms of colour, will Camilla decide to mirror Queen Elizabeth’s signature monochromatic “daring” colour looks?

Indeed, as told by Sophie Wessex in The Queen at 90: “Don’t overlook that when she turns up someplace, the crowds are two, three, 4, 10, 15 deep, and somebody desires to have the ability to say they noticed a little bit of the Queen’s hat as she went previous.

“She needs to stand out for people to be able to say ‘I saw the Queen’.”

Melissa concluded: “Camilla might like to follow suit and make her colour choices a little bolder. If the dress and hat are the same colour then you can get away with a lot.”

Melissa Lund is a private stylist and picture coach.