The monarchy is moving forward, no matter who it is. That is the message of the House of Windsor these days. Queen Elizabeth missed the second day of her Platinum Jubilee, feeling the events of the first day, but the rest of the royal family attended the religious service at Saint Paul’s Cathedral in London. Even the Dukes of Sussex were present. It’s the first royal event Harry and Meghan have officially attended in two years. The presence of the royal family at the event was a new opportunity for the good people of London to display amazing outfits. The verdict of the fashion critics was clear: Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, remains the queen of elegance at the Court of England.
The House of Windsor paraded in all its splendor on the steps of Saint Paul’s Cathedral. Fashion critics called Camilla’s mother-of-pearl dress incredible. In fact, Prince Charles’s wife rarely attracts criticism from fashion publications, precisely because she chooses classic outfits, often monochrome, and the hats she matches with the dresses are already an easily recognizable signature in the crowd.
The Duchess of Cornwall has strong competition from her daughters-in-law, the Duchesses of Cambridge and Sussex. Brilliant, that’s how Kate was described by fashion critics, who also noticed Meghan’s classic outfit.
Kate wore a lemon yellow dress by designer Emilia Wickstead and a Philip Treacy hat of the same shade. As always, the Duchess of Cambridge used the jewelry as a discreet homage, as did the earrings from the royal collection, previously worn by Queen Elizabeth and Princess Diana, and containing pearls received as a gift by the queen at her wedding to Prince Philip in 1947.
As for her, Meghan was praised for her cream dress, matching her hat, shoes and a pair of gloves of the same shade. According to lawyers from Daily Mail, The Duchess of Sussex wore a £ 10,000 Birks earrings and a £ 4,200 Cartier Love bracelet.
Another press release was that of Zara Tindall, the queen’s niece. She wore a fuchsia Laura Green dress and a lilac hat by Juliette Botterill.
The ceremony at Saint Paul also had a tense moment. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his wife Carrie were greeted with boos in front of the cathedral over a pandemic-restricted violation scandal at government headquarters.
Editor: Luana Pavaluca
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