Visitors to Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh will soon be able to admire the outfits worn by the Queen at her individual anniversaries.
The outfits worn by Queen Elizabeth II (96) for her Platinum Jubilee can soon be viewed at her residence in Scotland.
The two looks, each consisting of a coat dress and matching hat, will be on display at Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh from Sunday as part of an exhibition celebrating the Royal Platinum Jubilee. This is reported by the “Daily Mail”.
This will feature her pastel blue coat dress with pearl and rhinestone trimmings and matching hat, which she wore during the Trooping the Color parade. The Queen’s green outfit and matching hat, which she presented on the balcony of Buckingham Palace at the finale of the anniversary weekend, will also be on display.
The dresses of all great anniversaries
These aren’t the only outfits worn by the Queen to be on display at the exhibition. As well as the latest clothing items, the pieces worn by the Queen on her Silver, Gold and Diamond Jubilees will also be on display. These are joined by gifts presented to her during her 70-year reign in Scotland.