Camilla Parker Bowles and Prince Charles attended a film event in London this week.

While there, the Duchess of Cornwall was photographed wearing sparkling diamond jewelry that was gifted to her by the Duke of Cornwall. The beautiful accessories reportedly cost over $43,000.

The future queen accessorized her black velvet gown with a matching black jacket, her huge earrings and necklace. She also carried a black clutch bag and red and black shawl during the formal event.

Also known as the Magic Alhambra earrings, the accessories featured three motifs and were designed by Van Cleef & Arpels.

“Created in 2006 by Van Cleef & Arpels, the Magic Alhambra jewelry creations gather different-sized Alhambra motifs, coming together in a joyful dance. Inspired by the clover leaf, their asymmetric designs feature different associations of materials,” the site read.

Meanwhile, Camilla’s necklace is known as the Diamond Serpent necklace, and it was gifted to her by Prince Charles in 2001. The necklace has been dubbed as such because it takes after the shape of a snake, and it also features round, square-cut diamonds.

The future queen also made headlines for wearing a pair of purple pansy brooches during her recent outing. Royal expert Camden Clark said that the Duchess of Cornwall seemingly conveyed a message to her husband with her choice of accessory.

“The Duchess’ look today definitely gave off vibes that she is trying to convey to the public that she is ready to be our Queen, traditionally purple was only reserved for the elite of royals and the wealthy," she told Express.

"I think in a subtle way she’s trying to convey that she’s stepping up to her future role and responsibilities as Queen, after all, she has been stepping up on several occasions recently including taking on the responsibilities of greeting the Trumps [with Charles] before the NATO reception at Buckingham Palace,” she added.

Prince Charles, Camilla
Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall attend the reopening of Hillsborough Castle on April 09, 2019 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Getty Images/Chris Jackson