The outfits worn by King Charels and Queen Camilla at the Coronation will go on display this summer at Buckingham Palace.

Visitors to Buckingham Palace will be able to view the items of clothing as part of the Summer Opening of the State Rooms from July 14 to September 24.

The outfits will form part of a special Coronation display in the Ballroom celebrating the May 6 service held in Westminster Abbey and will be shoes alongside a historic vestments word by The King at the moment of crowning, including the Coronation Glove, Girdle and Stole Royal.

These include the Robe of Estate, worn by The King when leaving Westminster Abbey, was also worn by his grandfather King George VI for his 1937 Coronation. It is made of purple silk velvet with gold lace.

The King’s cream silk overshirt, worn throughout the service, will also be on display along with the Purple Coronation Tunic, worn as The King left the abbey. Both were created for the occasion and inspired by clothing worn by King George V and King George VI.

Also on display, Her Majesty Queen Camilla’s Coronation Dress, which was designed by Bruce Oldfield. Structured like a coat dress, the modern ivory Peau de Soie silk dress features silver and gold embroidered floral designs intertwined with celebratory bunting.

The swathes of wildflowers including daisy chains, forget-me-nots, celandine and scarlet pimpernel represent Their Majesties’ affection for nature and the British countryside.

Visitors can also see the Diamond Jubilee State Coach – the coach which transported Charles and Camilla to Westminster Abbey – and if visiting the Royal Mews as well, they can see the Gold State Coach which carried The King and Queen back to Buckingham Palace and which has been used in every Coronation since William IV’s in 1831.

The Coronation display is included in the entrance fee and running from July 14 to September 24.

Tickets start from £30. To book and for more information visit