Camilla Parker Bowles recently stunned in a unique ball gown during her four-day tour of Germany with Prince Charles.

This week, the Duchess of Cornwall joined the Duke of Cornwall at a state banquet in the Emperor’s room at the Munich Residence. For the occasion, the mom of two wore a funky frock full-length gown with square neckline. Her dress was also covered in blue star prints.

Camilla accessorized her gown with a diamond choker and drop earrings. She also brought a blue clutch bag and wore her hair down but with plenty of volumes compared to her usual hairstyle.

On Thursday, Prince Charles and Camilla also met with the Christian Social Union party and Minister-President of Bavaria Marcus Soeder’s wife Karin Baumueller-Soeder during their visit to the Residenz at Max-Joseph-Platz.

For the outing, Prince Charles’ wife wore a white midi frock that featured contrasting black embroidered detail emblazoned over it. On top of her attire is a creamy coat that had piped applique detail. She accessorized her attire with her pearl choker and paired it with her nude heels, pearl drop earrings, and tote bag.

In related news, Camilla also made headlines recently after it was revealed that she usually saw off women who had the intent of chasing after Prince Charles. In the book “The Duchess: The Untold Story,” royal author Penny Junor explained what this meant.

“The late Sir James Goldsmith famously said, ‘when a man marries his mistress, he creates a vacancy.’ That won’t happen on Camilla’s watch; she sees off anyone who shows the slightest designs on her husband,” he said.

Junor went on to say that some told her years ago that Camilla disliked the women surrounding Prince Charles and she marginalized them. However, Junor said that she didn’t think the allegation is true.

“But she is wary of women who toady to her husband, who flatter him and laugh before he has even made a joke,” he said.

Camilla Parker Bowles Camilla attends an engagement on the beach during the official royal visit to Grenada on March 23, 2019 in Saint George's, Grenada. Photo: Getty Images/Chris Jackson