the princes George and Charlotte were among the most prominent members of the British royal family at the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, which took place this Monday, September 19, between London and Windsor Castle. Together with their parents, the new Princes of Wales, the two children were very involved in the ceremonies and received Kate’s maximum attention at all times, showing the family’s unity and complicity.
And when choosing the rigorous attire for this historic day, George and Charlotte wore dark looks as a sign of respect: the nine-year-old prince wore a dark blue suit with a tie, while his sister went to match her mother with a look with a Spanish stamp.
Charlotte chose an Ancar coat dress, with a classic cut similar to Kate’s, with covered buttons on the front. In addition, she paid a small tribute to her great-grandmother by wearing her first jewelry, a very simple and age-appropriate brooch. It is a horseshoe-shaped design, in homage to Isabel II’s passion for equestrian art, which she demonstrated in public on so many occasions. To complete, she opted for black socks, in her case, opaque, a hat adorned with a bow, Jane Taylor and leather flats with strap designer Spanish Manuela de Juan.