Catherine, Princess of Wales wore a daring look to attend the Coronation Concert this evening.
She joined the rest of the royal family at the lavish musical special at Windsor Castle, where she sat in the front row, putting a vibrant spin on her elegant style. The princess looked gorgeous in the scarlet Alexander McQueen ensemble she wore for the Shaping Us pre-campaign launch event last January. It has a plunging, asymmetrical Wrap Blazer and fit Burnt pants.
She accessorized the outfit with a silver necklace by Van Cleef & Arpels with multiple flower pendants in various sizes. Her evening look included rosy blush and a subtle smoky eye.
Other members of the Welsh family combined in white and navy ensembles, with all members of the family (except Prince Louis, who did not attend) sporting the colors of the UK flag. Prince William and Prince George wore matching traditional navy suits and white shirts – William teamed with a blue and black patterned tie, while George wore a dotted navy tie.
Meanwhile, Charlotte looked adorable in a white sequined dress with ruffle detailing and a black bow in the center of the double collar.
Earlier today, the Prince and Princess of Wales surprised partygoers by attending the Coronation Big Lunch, one of several nationwide gatherings held in England for Day 2 of Coronation Weekend. Kate layered a light blue linen blazer over a casual white top and tucked into black slacks. She finished the look with a pair of cute white sneakers by Veja, and her accessories included pearl drop earrings and her sapphire and diamond engagement ring.
He was seen chatting with guests and fans and posing for photographs.
The princess also looked stunning during yesterday’s coronation of King Charles III at Westminster Abbey. For the occasion, she wore an ivory silk crepe gown by Alexander McQueen under a blue casual dress. Her accessories included royal-blue Aquasura heels, jewels previously owned by Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Diana, and a Jess Collette x Alexander McQueen headpiece with three-dimensional leaf embroidery in gold, crystal and silver thread.
Quinci LeGardye is an LA-based freelance writer who covers culture, politics, and mental health through a black feminist lens. When he’s not writing or checking Twitter, he’s probably watching the latest K-drama or performing at a concert in his car.