Camilla joins Paul O'Grady at the Brands Hatch Dogs Centre

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Queen Camilla, the patron of Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, is joining Paul O’Grady on his ITV programme – “Paul O’Grady – For the Love of Dogs” tonight on ITV1 at 9pm. The Queen Consort is a known dog lover, owning two dogs of her own, Beth and Bluebell.

Queen Camilla wore a forest green winter coat for the special occasion, which is a colour she loves to wear often.

The Queen Consort paired her forest green coat with black knee-high boots and a blue and white printed scarf tucked neatly in her coat’s collar.

The collar had a tartan print and was both blue and green. Interestingly, the Queen Consort has worn multiple green outfits in recent months.

She also owns various green dresses, some featuring a pattern in different shades of green.

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A fashion expert and personal stylist spoke to about why it could be that Camilla has favoured the colour green in recent weeks.

Samantha Harman said: “In colour psychology, green signifies peace and security. These are two things the Queen Consort will be wanting to convey when we consider what’s happening with the royals lately.

“As Charles has now become King, they’ll be wanting to portray the message that we are in ‘safe’ hands.”

The expert added: “Green is also a colour of optimism. And, given everything that’s happening in the world right now, we want some of that.”

Camilla may also wear lots of greens because the shade suits her. Samantha said: “This particular shade of green – forest or racing car green – is universally flattering.

“You can try it as a neutral in place of black if you were looking to add more colour to your wardrobe, without feeling too ‘out there’.”

She added: “I also love the peplum shape of the jacket. It’s flattering on all body shapes.

“And in her 70s, Camilla is showing that you can wear closely-cut items and keep up to date with trends, you don’t have to feel or look frumpy at any age.”

Queen Camilla could be seen wearing a pair of earrings as well as a Battersea Dogs and Cats Home enamel pin badge.

Although it’s not exactly clear which earrings Queen Camilla wore with Mr O’Grady, they are guaranteed to be clip-on earrings.

This is because, famously, the Queen Consort is one of the few Royal Family members to not have her ears pierced.

The royal opened up about her reluctance to pierce her ears in a conversation with Vogue in July of this year.

When asked if her ears would be pierced she replied: “They are not going to be!” She continued: “No, I’m not going to give it to myself for a 75th birthday present.”

She added that her grandchildren will attempt to “persuade” her, adding: “but nothing’s going to pierce my ears”.

Queen Camilla’s Battersea Dogs & Cats Home enamel pin badge can be purchased on eBay for just £2.50.

It shows a dog and a cat intertwined in a circular picture, with a blue edge inscribed with the words: “Battersea Dogs & Cats Home”.

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