The Queen’s granddaughters Zara Tindall and Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie arrived at the anniversary service in brightly colored outfits.
Duchess Kate (40), Duchess Meghan (40) and Duchess Camilla (74) appeared in light yellow and cream-colored outfits for the anniversary service for Queen Elizabeth II (96) on Friday afternoon at London’s St. Paul’s Cathedral. The queen granddaughters Princess Eugenie (32), Princess Beatrice (33) and Zara Tindall (41) are completely different.
They did credit to the Queen’s colorful iconic outfits by arriving at the celebratory event in orange, blue and pink. Other invited guests followed the fashionable style of the British monarch and came to the church in bright, monochromatic dresses.
What the Queen would have worn
What color Queen Elizabeth II’s outfit would have been can only be speculated about. Because she had not attended the service.
She had already announced on Thursday evening that she “unfortunately” had to cancel attending the church ceremony after feeling “discomfort” during the “Trooping The Color” events. A statement from the palace also said the 96-year-old “enjoyed a lot” her birthday parade and flight display.
The Platinum Jubilee celebrations continue through Sunday.