The Duchess of Edinburgh and Princess of Wales step out in co-ordinating blue looks for special garden party at Buckingham Palace.
The Duchess of Edinburgh and the Princess of Wales stepped out in co-ordinating blue looks for a special garden party at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday (9 May). Both wore textured, midi length dresses with an asymmetric floral hat.
The Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh attended the event alongside the Prince and Princess of Wales and a total of 8,000 guests. The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester also joined the other royals to help host the event on behalf of The King.
The garden party was the second such event of the year which welcomes individuals from across the UK who make a difference in their local communities.
“Guests are invited in recognition of their public service, charity work, or for making a positive impact in their community,” read a statement on the Royal Family’s official Instagram page.
This most recent garden party directly follows the Coronation weekend, which saw King Charles III crowned alongside The Queen on Saturday (6 May).
Members of the Royal Family attended the historic event, including the young Princes George and Louis and Princess Charlotte, as well as former UK Prime Ministers and international Presidents, Vice Presidents and other figures.
On Sunday, a special concert was held in the grounds of Windsor Castle which saw performances from the likes of Katy Perry, Take That and Lionel Richie.
Princess Charlotte and Prince George were spotted enjoying the show from the crown alongside their parents, Prince William and Kate.
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