Queen Consort Camilla’s coronation dress will reportedly be stitched by Princess Diana’s favourite celebrity fashion designer.
The 75 year old has apparently picked her long-time fashion collaborator Bruce Oldfield, 72, to make the gown for the ceremony, which will see her wear his creation when she is crowned at London’s Westminster Abbey on May 6 alongside her 74-year-old husband King Charles, who divorced Diana in 1996 before he married Camilla in 2005.
“Camilla trusts Bruce because he has really delivered on dresses for so many important occasions recently for her.”
The newspaper said Bruce refused to confirm or deny the report, and responded to its queries by asking: “What can I say?”
A chance meeting with Princess Di led to Bruce’s decade-long bond and he described her as the “perfect client.”
He said about the late royal, killed in a Paris tunnel car smash