Flawless, flattering, fits perfectly.
But we expected nothing less from the Duchess of Cambridge, whose pale yellow dress Emilie Wickstead proved why Kate was right to turn to her favorite designer.
With her A-line skirt and tight corset, the bespoke design, which would cost more than £ 3,000, nicely highlighted her figure.
The hat decorated with flowers was Philip Treacy – the favorite blue of the royal family (price on request), and the look was complemented by naked Emmy London shoes (415 pounds) and Bahraini earrings made of pearls and diamonds from Her Majesty’s private collection.
The Duchess of Sussex understood this well for most of the same reasons.
Meghan’s coat with a sleek collar and belt details was a little more fashionable, as befits a high fashion Dior.
However, there was nothing in her choice that would attract attention.
She combined an outfit with a simple Stephen Jones Millinery wide-brimmed hat, her favorite diamond Snowflake Snowstorm earrings from Canadian jewelers Birks (over £ 10,000) and pointed white shoes, also Dior (£ 590).
Princess Beatrice marked everything you need in a blue midi dress with a belt and details from the pearl buttons of the British brand Beulah (775 pounds) and a complementary hat by Juliette Botterill (550 pounds).
Her sister Eugenie bought a striking orange dress from Emilia Wickstead (£ 1,630) and a hat also from Juliette Boterill.
Zara Tindall, Sophie Windsor and Home Secretary Priti Patel opted for the color of the season, bright pink.
Zara was wearing a custom-made Laura Green dress (over £ 2,000) and a Juliette Botterill hat (£ 550).
Her shoes were from her favorite LK Bennett, and she wore Aspinal’s Micro Lottie bag (£ 395).
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, chose a cream and gold embroidered coat by Fiona Clare and, just like Kate, a Philip Treacy hat.
Lady Louise Windsor, daughter of the Count and Countess of Wessex, also opted for the cream, wearing a Delphine dress from Ghost London (£ 195).