Royal Style on Parade – from Kate's Hat to Beatrice's Skeleton-Inspired Look (Really!) See the Glorious Photos and Pick Your Favorite!
Which royal lady stole the show?
Princess Kate, who arrived with Prince William and Prince Harry, wore a bespoke mist blue Catherine Walker & Co crepe coatdress adorned with white lace detail. She paired the look with a flower-covered bespoke Jane Taylor cocktail hat. (The same topper she wore to Princess Charlotte’s christening last year!)
Kate’s mother-in-law Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall also opted for blue, wearing a light blue silk outfit by Bruce Oldfield with a coordinating Philip Treacy hat. She accessorized with a pearl necklace and a dragonfly brooch.
Meanwhile, the woman of the hour wore a primrose yellow Angela Kelly outfit topped off with the Richmond Brooch, which was given as a wedding gift to her grandmother, Queen Mary, in 1893. (And of course, she had her ever-present black Launer purse.)
Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie made a stylish appearance when they arrived at the church alongside their dad Prince Andrew, Duke of York. Eugenie wore a figure-flattering red dress from Eponine London, a label that Kate has worn in the past, and accessorized with a Sarah Cant Couture Millinery bespoke sinamay headband and clutch and patent leather black heels.
Beatrice made a sartorial statement in a skeleton-inspired Burberry coat, which she accessorized with a demure (but matching!) off-the-rack sinamay hat by Sarah Cant Couture Millinery (which is currently on sale for $413).
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The Queen’s only daughter, Anne, Princess Royal, wore a beige patterned coat paired with a light beige sheath. Anne arrived alongside her sister-in-law – Sophie, Countess of Wessex – who got the blue memo from Kate and Camilla and wore an icy coat dress by Suzannah with a bespoke percher hat by Jane Taylor, which featured hand-died straw with crin and quills. Meanwhile, Sophie’s daughter, 12-year-old Lady Louise Windsor, wore a bright pink coat over a white floral dress. She also got in on the hat fun with a small white topper.
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Another of the Queen’s granddaughters, Zara Tindall, went for a dark look in a navy blue dress by Erdem which she coordinated with her grey-blue hat featuring black details. She matched the dark details in her hat to her sky-high navy suede pumps.
However, the most surprising fashion moment belonged to Lady Amelia Windsor, 20 – the granddaughter of the Queen’s cousin, Prince Edward, Duke of Kent – who arrived at the church in head-to-toe Chanel. Royal style star in the making!