The Duchess of Cambridge wore Elizabeth II earrings to a Thanksgiving service at St Paul’s Cathedral in London. It is reported by the Daily Mail.
Prince William and Kate Middleton attended a service to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the reign of Elizabeth II. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge appeared in public without their children – 8-year-old Prince George, 7-year-old Princess Charlotte, and 4-year-old Prince Louis – who attended the traditional Trooping The Color parade the day before.
Kate Middleton appeared in public in a lemon dress by Emilia Wickstead. It was complemented by a matching hat, as well as Gianvito Rossi’s beige suede pumps, which are available in at least six different colors in her wardrobe, gloves, and a clutch.
The image was completed with earrings from the collection of Elizabeth II, in which pearls were her wedding gift to Prince Philip from the ruler of Bahrain. The Duchess of Cambridge also wore them to the funeral of the Duke of Edinburgh, and they were previously loaned by Princess Diana.
At the same event, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were seen, as well as Boris Johnson with his young wife Kerry Symonds, who was booed by the crowded British.
Earlier, It was reported that the Greek prince and princess ironically congratulated Elizabeth II on her Platinum jubilee. Prince Achilles-Andreas of Greece and Denmark and his sister Princess Maria Olympia congratulated Elizabeth II on the Platinum Jubilee. Princess Maria-Olympia published a video of the congratulations dance on her social networks.
Distant relatives of the late husband of Elizabeth II – Prince Philip – congratulated the Queen on the Platinum Jubilee of her reign. In the social networks of the Princess of Greece and Denmark, Marie-Olympia, to whom the late Duke of Edinburgh was the cousin of his great-grandfather, a video appeared with an ironic congratulation.