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The Queen arrived at Princess Eugenie’s wedding looking regal as ever.

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Well, after seeing everybody invited at the wedding, the one person, that stood out from the wide lists of guests, including the royals was Her Majesty The Queen.


Queen Elizabeth looked perfect by all means.

The designer of her dress was Angela Kelly. Her Majesty arrived for her granddaughter Princess Eugenie’s wedding at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor today.

She was wearing a pale blue coat by Angela Kelly.

The Queen’s look was completed by a matching hat decorated with cream flowers, one of her beloved Launer handbags, and black patent shoes. Her jewellery included a diamond brooch from her personal collection.

The 92 year-old reigning monarch, was accompanied by her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, whose attendance had been in question earlier in the week.

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Well, we all know why.

The 97-year-old operates on a “wake up and see how I feel” basis, according to royal sources.




Prince Philip did not attend the christening of Prince Louis in the month of July. Although, he did attend the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

Her Majesty wore a lime green Stewart Parvin ensemble to her grandson, Prince Harry’s wedding in May. It was a bold choice for any woman, though there is a purpose behind her vibrant coloured outfits.

In the documentary, ‘The Queen at 90’, the Countess of Wessex explained:-

Also read: First Look At Princess Eugenie And Jack Brooksbank’s Royal Wedding Cake.





“She needs to stand out for people to be able to say ‘I saw the Queen.’ Don’t forget that when she turns up somewhere, the crowds are deep”.

“And someone wants to be able to say they saw a bit of the Queen’s hat as she went past”.

Her Majesty was the last one to arrive at the chapel today before the bride. She was accompanied by Prince Philip a few paces behind her, in keeping with royal protocol.

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