Catherine, Princess of Wales, brought back a daring look for the Coronation Gala this evening.
She joined the rest of the royal family at a private concert at Windsor Castle, where she sat front row, sporting a vibrant flair for her elegant style. The princess looked pretty in a crimson Alexander McQueen suit she previously wore to the Shaping Us campaign launch event this past January. It consists of a sinking, asymmetrical winding jacket; and matching Wide trousers.
She wore the outfit with a silver necklace from Van Cleef & Arpels that included many pink pendants of different sizes. Her glamorous evening look included a pink blush and a subtle smoky eye.
The rest of the Welsh family coordinated in white ensembles and navy outfits, with the entire family (except for Prince Louis, who didn’t attend) wearing the colors of the United Kingdom’s flag. Prince William and Prince George wore traditional navy suits and matching white dress shirts — William paired them with a blue and black plaid tie, while George wore a navy blue polka dot tie.
Meanwhile, Charlotte looked gorgeous in an off-white dress with frill detailing and a black bow in the center of the double neckline.
Earlier today, the Prince and Princess of Wales surprised party-goers by attending the Coronation Grand Lunch, one of several nationwide gatherings held in the UK for the second day of the coronation weekend. Kate looked casual and chic in a light blue Reiss linen blazer layered over a simple white top and paired with black pants. She finished off her look with a pair of immaculate white Veja sneakers, and her accessories included pearl drop earrings and her sapphire and diamond engagement ring.
She is seen chatting and taking photos with guests and fans.
The princess also looked gorgeous during the coronation of King Charles III which took place yesterday at Westminster Abbey. For the occasion, she wore an ivory silk Alexander McQueen gown under a blue formal gown. Her accessories included royal blue Aquazzura shoes, jewelry formerly owned by Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Diana, and a Jess Colette and Alexander McQueen headpiece with silver bullion, crystals and 3D leaf embroidery with silver thread.
Quincy Legardi is a freelance writer based in Los Angeles who covers culture, politics, and mental health through a black feminist lens. When she’s not texting or checking Twitter, she’s probably watching K’s latest drama or doing a concert in her car.
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