This is the first time in a year and a half that Queen Elizabeth II has secured her engagement from Buckingham Palace. Because of the health context in England in 2019, she had to take refuge in Windsor Castle with Prince Philip. During all this time, Queen Elizabeth II has always performed her royal duties. She had to carry out some of her royal activities by videoconference. Elizabeth II in this case has the tendency of the virtual audiences of ambassadors that she receives at the Palace from her Windsor Castle.
It was only on Thursday, October 7 that the Queen of England could be seen honoring an official engagement from Buckingham Palace. His Majesty proceeded to the delivery of the “Queen’s Baton Relay” on the forecourt of Buckingham Palace. Prince Edward could also be seen next to her. For the occasion, Elizabeth II opted for a dashing poppy red coat with several bronze-colored buckles. The Queen opted for a hat of the same color decorated with flowers. The orange set pairs beautifully with a beautiful necklace and pearl earrings. To complete her look, Queen Elizabeth II opted for black gloves, shoes and a handbag.
Nice royal engagement today: The Queen, accompanied by The Earl of Wessex, has launched The Queen’s Baton Relay for Birmingham 2022, the XXII Commonwealth Games, from the forecourt of Buckingham Palace. https://t.co/i5jsZFa3Pn
– Rebecca English (@RE_DailyMail) October 7, 2021
Queen Elizabeth II is not afraid of bright colors
This is not the first time that Queen Elizabeth has been dressed in an outfit in attractive colors. By the way, she already wore this tangerine coat when she visited the Science Museum in London in 2019. In 2018, Elizabeth II was also seen in an orange outfit tinged with red, she was boarding a train back to London. On several other occasions over the years, the Queen of England has flaunted herself in her best orange outfits. Impossible to forget this time when she was radiant in orange red, with glitter. Queen Elizabeth was then aboard the Royal Yacht Britannia for a banquet in Singapore in 1989.
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