In classic Queen-of-England fashion, the monarch opted for a lime green suit to attend the wedding of her grandson Prince Harry to Meghan Markle on Saturday in Windsor, England. The outfit, consisting of a flared silk dress and matching tweed coat, was designed by Stewart Parvin, one of the royal family's go-to designers.
The queen complemented her standout ensemble with an Angela Kelly hat, complete with a sinamay adorning the crow and handmade laces and pearls, along with an intricate diamond brooch with pearl drop, according to the Kensington Palace. She was joined by Prince Philip, 96, who just underwent hip surgery a few weeks ago.
It's no surprise that the queen opted for such a vivid palette. The 92-year-old monarch is known for her love of monochromatic colors, regularly sporting outfits in colors like pinks, blues and yellows. Her Majesty takes her love for colors one-step further, frequently matching her hats and even umbrellas to whatever she's wearing.
She accessorized the look with white gloves, her trusty black handbag and black shoes. It seems the hue was popular amongst other members of the family. Both Pippa Middleton and Doria Ragland, Meghan Markle's mother donned similar colors.
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