British Royal Family attended Easter service at St George's Chapel

On April 21, 2019, Queen Elizabeth, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Harry, Prince Edward, The Countess of Wessex, Lady Louise Windsor, James Viscount Severn, Prince Andrew, Princess Beatrice, Princess Anne, Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence, Zara Tindall, Mike Tindall, Autumn Phillips and Peter Phillips attended Easter Sunday service at St George's Chapel in Windsor, England. (The Duchess of Cambridge wore a dove grey coat by Alexander McQueen, which she had first worn for Easter Sunday service at St Andrew's Cathedral in Sydney in 2014. The Countess of Wessex wore a floral silk midi dress by Oscar de la Renta.)
Kate Middleton wore a dove grey coat by Alexander McQueen. The Countess of Wessex wore a floral dress by Oscar de la Renta
Kate Middleton wore a dove grey coat by Alexander McQueen. The Countess of Wessex wore a floral dress by Oscar de la Renta
Kate Middleton wore a dove grey coat by Alexander McQueen. The Countess of Wessex wore a floral dress by Oscar de la Renta
Kate Middleton wore a dove grey coat by Alexander McQueen. The Countess of Wessex wore a floral dress by Oscar de la Renta
Kate Middleton wore a dove grey coat by Alexander McQueen. The Countess of Wessex wore a floral dress by Oscar de la Renta
Kate Middleton wore a dove grey coat by Alexander McQueen. The Countess of Wessex wore a floral dress by Oscar de la Renta
Kate Middleton wore a dove grey coat by Alexander McQueen. The Countess of Wessex wore a floral dress by Oscar de la Renta
Kate Middleton wore a dove grey coat by Alexander McQueen. The Countess of Wessex wore a floral dress by Oscar de la Renta
Kate Middleton wore a dove grey coat by Alexander McQueen. The Countess of Wessex wore a floral dress by Oscar de la Renta
James Viscount Severn, Prince Edward, Princess Beatrice, Prince Andrew
Kate Middleton wore a dove grey coat by Alexander McQueen. The Countess of Wessex wore a floral dress by Oscar de la Renta
Kate Middleton wore a dove grey coat by Alexander McQueen. The Countess of Wessex wore a floral dress by Oscar de la Renta
Kate Middleton wore a dove grey coat by Alexander McQueen. The Countess of Wessex wore a floral dress by Oscar de la Renta
The Countess of Wessex wore a floral silk midi dress by Oscar de la Renta
Oscar de la Renta floral silk midi dress

27 comments:

  1. The Duke of York and his daughter Princess Beatrice also had been present.

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    1. Indeed Beatrice deserved a spotlight, she had the best dress and hat of the day

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    2. I like Beatrice's dress as well, a lot indeed! But I do think it is a little tight, or perhaps the fabric looks stiff too.

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    3. Andrew coordinated his tie to Beatrice's dress. They look very sweet together.

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  2. Perfect for all of them IMV.

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  3. Great turnout from the Windsors today. The queen looks so happy, Kate looks über sophisticated, Beatrice looks beautiful, Zara, autumn and Sophie all look lovely, so does Anne. But how truly stylish does lady Louise look. Grown up yet very age appropriate..

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    1. Sorry, but I disagree. Louise looks nice and age appropriate but definitely not stylish.

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    2. Agree with Anon 1:12 PM she looks nice but stylish? She could do a lot better.

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    3. Louise does not dress as a girl her age. I hope she will be allowed to express herself at some point. Anne and Margaret wore mini skirts and Zara had her tongue pierced, so I think it would be ok for Louise to dress like a teenage girl. She should not be wearing a dress she could have pulled from Sophie's closet.

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    4. remember that it is likely Sophie dresses Louise, she ins't allowed to choose her outfits at this age for public appearances. So this is a reflection of Sophie's image of what her daughter should look like when meeting the queen in a public setting.

      Which explains the unusual combination of navy stockings with black block-heeled shows (more appropriate for a 60 years old than a young teenager)... even the dress is unnecessarily dark and somewhat depressing.

      And speaking of unfortunate navy / black combinations... with so many black hats in her closet, it stuns me that Sophie chose a (new) navy hat with her black patterned dress? that's the first thing I noticed. Generally speaking, I like seeing more pattern on royals, but I much prefer the other outfits to the ones Sophie and Louise are wearing.

      Katherine looks elegant - and I am happy she is finally repeating this elegant dress/coat combo; but I would have chosen another hat - maybe even one of her dusty pink ones (she has several that would have worked beautifully and make her outfit more cheerful).

      Despite the tight dress, I think Beatrice's outfit overall is a winner -- great tailoring and spring-appropriate choice of colours (not to mention the very creative upgrade of a hat she has worn before; this addition of colourful trimmings perfectly coordinates with her Mischevani dress).

      Can't get too excited by Autumn or Zara's choices, nothing wrong with them, but one strikes me as a colour more appropriate for Christmas than Easter (Autumn's navy coatdress) and one as very unflattering for her body (Zara's). And then there's princess Anne... nothing to add there sartorially speaking. She is a very hard working royal and has all my admiration in that respect.

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  4. Great turnout from the Windsors today. The queen looks so happy, Kate looks über sophisticated, Beatrice looks beautiful, Zara, autumn and Sophie all look lovely, so does Anne. But how truly stylish does lady Louise look. Grown up yet very age appropriate..

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  5. Catherine is looking beautiful in this coat and above all her genuine smile is wonderful.

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  6. Nice turn out of the family on this sunny Easter Day. Lady Louise looks very grown up but the black tights are a bit jarring when the temperature is in the 20s. Love Catherine's look - the colour is great.

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  7. Lady Louise needs fashion advice from Kate or Autumn... She is a teenager, not a small child anymore. What was her Mother thinking?

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  8. Princess Beatrice looks very lovely. Also liked Catherine's pale blue coat. Very sleek and elegant look.

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  9. Kate is stunning but Beatrice's dress and hat are winners of the day.

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  10. I fully agree with anonym1.12. Far too dark and unattractive. The tigths are blue (not black) but still. Comments about other royal ladies are much tougher on other occasions... she could do much better.

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    1. Shes still a child - navigating her way through adolescence, fashion, protocol - I think we don't need to be too tough. She will find her own style eventually - we may not like it though :-)

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    2. Agree Franny!

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  11. I always love to see the British Royal Family together. And I'm so curious how Meghan is now, I hope she is doing well!
    I like the outfits of The Queen and Kate the most. I love the soft blue and bold fuchsia colours combined, the fabric looks very nice too.
    Ann's outfit is a bit disappointing to me, it looks a bit messy somehow and very creased.
    I like Sophie and Louise, but not Louise's shoes. They look so mature for a young girl like her. Do not care about the tights, lots of people still wear thick tights even though it's lovely spring weather.
    Beatrice is nice as well, but the coat/ dress looks a little tight.
    A pity again Philip did not attend; I know he is very old and sickly sometimes, but I love to see the old married couple together :-)

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  12. I really think for British royals it would be time to move on to present times. They look like they were cut out from an old movie. For example, the Spanish and Danish royals are much more contemporary and elegant. Especially those hats looks ridiculous.

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    1. Would you prefer that everyone dressed the same all over the world? I love to see the British hats. They are like artwork. They are all beautifully made and inidividual. It’s the British custom and I enjoy seeing each country do it’s own thing.

      In 20 years everyone all over the world will be wearing jeans and tee shirts all the time. There will be very few unique customs and cultures. Would you prefer that?

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    2. Agree, Shinystuffbuff!

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  13. What a nice parade of dresses, almost everyone in pastel.Do like Beatrice dress so the others. One thing I must say Lady Louise may grow taller than her mother. While I check out the Fashions of the BR's, such sadness on the other side of the World, Sri Lanka.

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