God bless McQueen.
Kate Middleton and her 8-year-old daughter, Princess Charlotte, at Westminster Abbey on Saturday.
Middleton, 41, wore an Alexander McQueen gown crafted from ivory silk crepe with silver ingots and thread embroidery depicting roses, thistle, daffodils and clover, the national flowers of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, respectively.
Charlotte was paired by the fashion house with a mini cape version with the same floral motifs.
Both mother and daughter completed their similar looks with Jess Collett x Alexander McQueen headdresses accented with crystals, silver ingots and threadwork leaf embroideries.
As previously reported, the princess does not wear a tiara today, but pearl and diamond earrings that once belonged to Princess Diana, and King VI VI in 1950. daughter Princess Elizabeth.
Middleton’s patriotic look is exactly in line with the red, white, and blue color scheme he’s been sporting all week as a nod to the Union Jack.
The Princess of Wales wore a red Eponine London coat with blue linings over a white Suzannah gown on Thursday, a black and white Jenny Packham gown on Friday morning, and a dark blue Self-Portrait gown to host foreign heads of state at night. to the weekend festivities.
Prince William, 40, donned the Welsh Guard ceremonial uniform on his father’s big day.
As for 9-year-old Prince George, he was recognized for his role in the Honors Sheet for his grandfather’s coronation.
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It was officially confirmed that 5-year-old Prince Louis would be attending the event earlier this week, after speculation that his past antics may have prevented him from attending the celebration.
Wales’ youngest child looked stylish in a blue Dege and Skinner outfit featuring a tunic with lace detailing at the neckline, cuffs and front.
The Welshmen will be joining Prince Harry for the event, and Meghan Markle will be left behind in California after months of speculation over whether the Sussexes will attend the coronation.
The 41-year-old duchess stays with Prince Archie, who celebrates his 4th birthday today, and 1-year-old Princess Lilibet, while 38-year-old Harry is reunited with his family.
After the coronation, the Prince and Princess of Wales and their children will return to Buckingham Palace to appear on the balcony with the new king and queen.
While her coronation will be coming to an end soon, there are more royal fashions to look forward to from Middleton over the weekend.
Tomorrow, Wales is expected to appear at one of the UK’s many street parties and Sunday night’s coronation concert at Windsor Castle.