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The Best Royal Fashion Moments From The Platinum Jubilee

The hats! Oh my.

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Platinum Jubilee celebrations are underway, which means: fashion, fashion, fashion. Meghan Markle, Kate Middleton, and more royals have stepped out in their very best (read: hats) to celebrate the Queen and they did not disappoint. Ahead, check out the chicest Jubilee moments.

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Accompanied by a dapper Prince Harry, Markle arrived in a white, trench coat-inspired Dior dress, a matching wide-brimmed hat, and simple pumps. The former actress also donned sleek white gloves to honor Queen Elizabeth II. A moment, indeed.
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Meanwhile, Middleton opted for a buttery yellow Emilia Wickstead look, complete with a matching hat, featuring pretty florals peaking out from under the slanted brim. Pastel pumps pulled the elegant ensemble together. It’s like sunshine on a cloudy day.
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Princess Anne’s daughter, Zara Tindall, went for a vibrant look for the second day of celebrations. She chose a hot pink coatdress and paired it with a purple, floral-embellished fascinator, and light blue pumps for a pretty contrast.
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For the first day of the event, the Duchess of Cambridge stepped out in a custom Alexander McQueen blazer dress and a navy blue Philip Treacy hat. She expertly accessorized with a matching croc-embossed clutch and sapphire and diamond jewelry, including a pair of drop earrings once worn by Princess Diana. A vision.
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As for the Queen herself, the British monarch made her debut in a regal, pale blue outfit by Angela Kelly and a hat to match. She also added white gloves, coordinating pearl jewelry, and a fabulous brooch. Personally, the ‘90s-inspired brown sunglasses are what made this look for me.
Princess Charlotte couldn't have looked more adorable in a floaty cornflower dress, while Prince George sported a classic navy suit and royal blue tie. Meanwhile, 4-year-old Prince Louis was dressed in the same sailor outfit his dad, Prince William, wore at the celebration in 1985.
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The 7-year-old princess’ chiffon dress was created by Portuguese label Patachou. It featured a bow detail, semi-sheer butterfly sleeves, and a breezy ruffled skirt.