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An enticing parade of cool pastels and flying saucer hats during the platinum anniversary celebrations

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An enticing parade of cool pastels and flying saucer hats has proved a feast for style viewers during the platinum anniversary celebrations

From ‘flying saucer’ hats to sparkling brights and trendy pretty pastels, the fashion seen during the anniversary celebrations proved to be a feast for style viewers.

The Duchess of Cambridge took the stage in a £3,000 evening primrose Emilia Wickstead gown with matching Philip Treacy ‘saucer’ hat at Friday’s thanksgiving service. But those royals less often in the limelight also rose to the fashion challenge, with many opting for soft blushes and muted ivory.

Princess Margaret’s daughter, Lady Sarah Chatto, looked smart in an ivory silk suit with a wide-brimmed hat, as did the Duchess of Wessex in a glittering £2,590 champagne Alessia dress from Suzannah London with stylish bell-shaped sleeves and a bow on the back. back, bottom right. Her outfit complemented her daughter Lady Louise Windsor, who wore a Ghost London silk Delphine dress topped with a glittering headband.

Lady Gabriella Kingston in her 1950s style midi dress at St Paul’s Cathedral

Lady Louise Windsor wore a silk Delphine dress from Ghost London with a glittering headband on it

Lady Louise Windsor wore a silk Delphine dress from Ghost London with a glittering headband on it

Lady Rose Gilman, daughter of the Duke of Gloucester, chose a £295 Montague dress from High Street shop LK Bennett

Lady Rose Gilman, daughter of the Duke of Gloucester, chose a £295 Montague dress from High Street shop LK Bennett

Lady Helen Taylor continued the ‘soft’ trend in a cream Dior jacket with Russell & Bromley Fairytale slingbacks, while Lady Gabriella Kingston, daughter of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, chose a peach ensemble in a tailored midi dress in Claire Mischevani’s 1950s Style.

Some of the more daring royals went for vibrant beams with Sophie Winkleman, the actress wife of Lord Frederick Windsor, who stood out in a bold £775 fuchsia Ahana dress from Beulah.

The same dress – in cornflower blue – was worn by Princess Beatrice, whose sister Princess Eugenie opted for a vibrant, mandarin-colored high-necked Amilia dress from Emilia Wickstead, available for £1,500.

Beatrice added a sassy personal touch to her outfit with a £425 perspex bag from Sophia Webster that read ‘Wifey for Lifey’ as she walked alongside her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.

Zara Tindall chose a bright fuchsia £3,000 Laura Green dress, which made her former rugby star husband Mike joke that she looked like a Starburst candy (or Opal Fruit for those old enough…) Style didn’t have to be expensive . Lady Rose Gilman, daughter of the Duke of Gloucester, chose a £295 Montague dress from High Street shop LK Bennett, while Lady Davina Windsor wore a £99 Somerset floral-print shirt dress from Alice Temperley.

Zara Tindall chose a bright fuchsia £3,000 Laura Green dress, which made her former rugby star husband Mike joke that she looked like a Starburst candy, but that didn't stop him from trying on her hats

Zara Tindall chose a bright fuchsia £3,000 Laura Green dress, which made her former rugby star husband Mike joke that she looked like a Starburst candy, but that didn’t stop him from trying on her hats

Lady Helen Taylor continued the 'soft' trend in a cream Dior jacket with Russell & Bromley Fairytale slingbacks

Lady Helen Taylor continued the ‘soft’ trend in a cream Dior jacket with Russell & Bromley Fairytale slingbacks

Princess Margaret's daughter Lady Sarah Chatto looked polished in an ivory silk suit with wide-brimmed hat

Princess Margaret’s daughter Lady Sarah Chatto looked polished in an ivory silk suit with wide-brimmed hat

Meanwhile, wide-brimmed flying saucer hats seem to have overtaken the fascinators as headgear. The Duchess of Sussex stunned with a striking cream Stephen Jones hat, while the Duchess of Cornwall, Princess Anne and the Prime Minister’s wife, Carrie Johnson, all opted for wide brims.

One observer said: ‘Big hats are in, but you have to wonder how crowd-pleasing they are. If you were in the back of the shift, your view was probably obscured by fashion workers.’

While most Royals opted for austere makeup, Meghan upped the Hollywood glamor with dramatic kohl-rimmed eyes and fake lashes.

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