Queen Camilla honored her two special feathered friends with her coronation gown.
The 75-year-old Queen Consort included rescue dogs Bluebell and Beth with two gold-embroidered Jack Russell Terriers around the hem of her dress.
He adopted Beth from the famous Battersea Dogs and Cats Home in South London, where he visits regularly, in 2011 and Bluebell a year later.
i can’t get enough PEOPLERoyals coverage? Sign up for our free Royals newsletter To get the latest updates on Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle and more!
For Saturday’s coronation, Camilla arrived at Westminster Abbey wearing the State Robe of Queen Elizabeth. The velvet robe was commissioned for King Charles’ mother to wear at her own coronation in 1953.
Camilla’s coronation gown, designed by Bruce Oldfield, was simple and was tailored with curved lines of shape flowing into a short train designed to complement both robes she wore during the service.
Queen Camilla turned into a Robe of Estate before she and the 74-year-old King left Westminster Abbey. They continued the tradition of coronation using two sets of robes in church service.