The representatives of the Royal Houses from all over the world traveled to London to witness the coronation of King Charles of England. The new British monarch and his wife Camilla staged a ceremony that will go down in history.
The coronation of Charles, 74, and Camilla Parker-Bowles, 75, took place on Saturday, May 6, at Westminster Abbey. The days following the enthronement of the kings will be full of activities, both for the attendees and for the British people. In addition, the following Monday, May 8, has been declared a public holiday in the country.
Best-dressed guests at King Charles’ Coronation
Representatives of the Royal Houses of Spain, Holland, Belgium, Sweden, Denmark, Monaco, Jordan, Japan, Liechtenstein, Kuwait, Bahrain, and Bhutan, among others, attended the historic coronation, but there were a few who stood out from the rest.
Queen Letizia showed that this year her favorite color is pink. The Spanish consort attended the coronation wearing a suit in that tone and a Carolina Herrera handbag, natural raffia pamela, and Victoria Eugenia’s chaton earrings.
Maxima of Netherlands
Queen Maxima wore a model in organza with hand-embroidered flowers that have been a success. The design was made by her trusted dressmaker, Jan Taminiau, the same one who dressed her for her coronation.
Rania of Jordan
The long-sleeved yellow dress of the Hashemite sovereign is signed by Tamara Ralph, and the pill-box hat, too. Queen Rania’s look was a great success.
Lady Louise Windsor
The daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh was one of the best-dressed attendees in a floral dress by Suzannah London, appropriate for both age and circumstances. The Jane Taylor hat, plain and simply perfect, completed the 19-year-old’s look.
Lady Helen Taylor
The daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Kent and niece of Elizabeth II stunned in an outfit from Di’s Cruise 2023 collection inspired by Seville.
Victoria of Sweden
The heiress to the Swedish throne opted for blue and a pill-box headpiece that left all the limelight to the Bernadotte jewelry: a diamond chaton necklace and cameo brooch.
Zara Tindall stood out for her elegance in a custom-made blue Laura Green dress and a Juliette Botterill headpiece. On her lapel, a diamond brooch from her mother, Princess Anne.
Mathilde of Belgium
For this occasion, Queen Matilda wore a pink dress with a cape in that color with matching accessories and the touch of sophistication that always gives a pearl choker.
Mary of Denmark
The princess wore a purple coat dress very similar to those usually worn by Queen Letizia. The turquoise brooch is undoubtedly the detail that makes the difference in a rather sober look.