Style highlights from the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee introduced 4 days’ worth of pomp, pageantry and headline-earning design…

Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee introduced 4 days’ worth of pomp, pageantry and headline-earning design moments.

The festivities kicked off final Thursday, June 2 with the Trooping the Color parade, and the total royal family coordinated in shades of blue — thought to be Her Majesty’s most loved color.

Sustainability also seemed to be top of intellect at the function, with Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle and Camilla Parker Bowles all opting for outfits that were being by now in their closets.

The Duchess of Cambridge, 40, channeled Princess Diana in a white Alexander McQueen blazer gown, navy-trimmed Philip Treacy fascinator and the late Princess of Wales’ sapphire jewellery, whilst the Duchess of Cornwall, 74, wore a striped Bruce Oldfield ensemble and matching toddler blue hat.

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, through the 2022 Trooping the Color parade.
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The 40-calendar year-old Duchess of Sussex, in the meantime, appeared to rewear the navy off-the-shoulder Roland Mouret gown she debuted on the eve of her marriage to Prince Harry in 2018, pairing it with a ribbon-tied Stephen Jones hat for a fresh spin.

The Duchess of Sussex appeared to rewear a glimpse from her royal wedding ceremony for the Trooping the Colour parade.
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But it was 4-yr-previous Prince Louis’ look (and collection of hilarious facial expressions) that stole the show, with Kate Middleton and Prince William’s youngest sporting the similar sailor match his father did at Trooping the Color in 1985, when the Duke of Cambridge was only 2.

Prince Louis showed up at Trooping the Colour in Prince William’s old sailor suit from 1985.
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On Friday, the household headed to St. Paul’s Cathedral for the Countrywide Support of Thanksgiving, with the Duchess of Cambridge seeking like a ray of sunshine in a pale yellow Emilia Wickstead, coordinating Philip Treacy hat and the Queen’s Bahrain Pearl Earrings.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge go to the Countrywide Support of Thanksgiving at St. Paul’s Cathedral.
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And this time, it was Markle’s turn to channel Diana in a head-to-toe Dior seem consisting of a sleek belted coat, gloves, straw hat and pumps.

Markle, joined by Prince Harry, appeared sophisticated in Dior Haute Couture.
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The Cambridges frequented Wales on Saturday, with Kate nodding to the Welsh flag in a brilliant purple coat by Eponine London whilst her partner and little ones coordinated in navy blue.

Prince William and Kate Middleton brought Prince George and Princess Charlotte on their trip to Cardiff Castle in Wales.
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For that evening’s Platinum Bash at the Palace, the duchess transformed into a cream-coloured Self-Portrait midi costume ($570) with a blazer-fashion bodice, but she wasn’t the only Middleton in attendance: Her expecting sister Pippa was spotted in the stands as very well, exhibiting off her toddler bump in an apple inexperienced smocked gown by Me+Em ($895).

Each Kate and Pippa Middleton attended the Saturday’s Platinum Party at the Palace.
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And to near out the celebrations on Sunday, Kate and her children did a bit of baking at property, with the duchess dressing down in a pink gingham Brora blouse ($205) and her favored & Other Tales jeans ($99).

She then stunned in a vibrant raspberry Stella McCartney gown for the Platinum Jubilee Pageant, alongside with matching pumps and sparkling floral earrings reportedly from the Queen’s individual selection.

The royal household poses on the balcony during Sunday’s on the balcony through Sunday’s Platinum Jubilee Pageant.
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Talking of Her Majesty, she designed a surprise appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace Sunday afternoon, honoring late partner Prince Philip in a dazzling inexperienced Stewart Parvin look and matching Rachel Trevor Morgan hat affixed with a black mourning pin.

Here’s to 70 years on the throne for Britain’s longest-reigning monarch.

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