The Queen chooses bright colors for Royal wedding outfit
The 92-year-old ruling monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, arrived at Prince Harry's wedding in style and accessorized with a hat, necklace, and pearl jewelry.
Kensington Palace shared a short video clip of Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh arriving at the chapel in their Rolls Royce.
As reported by Time, she wore a lime-colored Stuart Parvin creation with matching hat with purple feathers designed by Angela Kelly.
She completed the outfit a pair of white gloves, black shoes and stylish black handbag, The queen was the last to arrive at the ceremony as per Royal protocol.
Her pearls were courtesy of Lucy Price, and she also wore her famed Richmond Diamond Brooch which was gifted to King George V in 1893.
Apart from making a bold fashion statement, the Queen also likes to stand apart from the crowd and always chooses bright colors for public occasions.
Her husband Prince Philip was by her side, waving to the spectators, despite undergoing an operation to his hip just six weeks ago, Daily Mail reported.
Prince Harry and his best man, Prince William, wore their official regal outfits. Harry was unshaven for the ceremony, but he had his grandmother's permission.