Emilia Weekshtade Duchess for the Jubilee Service at St. Paul’s – Key Kate

The Duchess chose Emilia Weeksted’s dress for today’s National Service of Thanksgiving at St. Paul’s Cathedral.

The service is part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, a four-day celebration of HM’s remarkable 70-year reign. Unfortunately, the Queen did not attend today’s service. After Trooping the Color yesterday, Buckingham Palace announced that HM was feeling “some discomfort” and decided with “great reluctance” that he would not join today’s service. Below, H.M.

The Queen took part in the lighting of a Jubilee Beacon at Windsor Castle last night.

The royal family was well represented today. Below, when the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall came for today’s service

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Princess Anne and Vice-Admiral Sir Tim Lawrence were received by Lord Mayor of London Vincent Cavani.

Lord Meyer is elected annually, an international ambassador for the UK’s financial and professional services sector. Below, the Wessex family is greeted by the Lord Mayor.

People lined the street near the cathedral.

Princess Beatrice and her husband Eduardo Maple Mozi.

Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank.

A video with some of the visitors.

You can hear church bells ringing in videos from today More from Tatler’s Coverage

St. Paul’s Cathedral Guild of Ringers rang out, both before and after the service. Steadman sinks, The largest church bell in the United Kingdom, joined by the Great Paul. Weighing more than 16 tons, the service marked the first royal bell ringing since its recovery in 2021. At the end of the event, the hour pill will ring continuously for about four hours

Mike and Zara Tyndale, Peter Phillips, Lord and Lady Frederick Windsor (Sophie Winkelman).

Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

More than 250 service personnel formed a guard of honor and lined the stairs and entrance of the cathedral.

Duke and Duchess as they ascend the stairs of the cathedral.

Another view of the Duchess.

A look inside St. Paul’s.

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall greet the Duke and Duchess.

Wessex family.


Details of guests invited to the service through Times of London Story.

The congregation consisted of more than 400 key workers, charitable volunteers, and members of the armed forces who were invited to the service in recognition of their contributions to public life.

Suitable for a queen of heads of state of 15 countries, the congregation was truly international. There were high commissioners and ambassadors from all over the world, as well as the governor general and clergy of world religions.

Princess Anne and Cambridge.

The State Trumpeters.

There was quite a crowd of notable names. Below are British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, his wife Carrie Johnson, British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss, Home Secretary Preity Zinta and Defense Secretary Ben Wallace.

Below you will find former Prime Minister Theresa May (green dress) and David Cameron with wife Philip May and Samantha Cameron (blue print dress). Mrs. Cameron Safin founded and operated the Duchess, a fashion brand.

Former Prime Ministers Gordon Brown and Tony Blair.

The service included “Bible reading, music, prayer and church hymns, the Queen’s reign, faith and gratitude for the service; the desire to maintain unity and peace among all people, and the commitment to take care of God’s creation.”

More about military participation in the service through this Forces Story.

The Royal Navy is represented by the ship HMS Queen Elizabeth and the HMS Lancaster sailors, both of whom enjoy a special relationship with the Queen, The Duke of Lancaster.

Inside, The Band of Her Majesty’s Royal Marine provided music during the service.

Added to that were four state trumpeters from the House Cavalry and nine Fanfare trumpets from the Royal Air Force.

Down Fanfare trumpets from the Central Band of the Royal Air Force.

Tyndals and Peter Phillips.

You can see Princess Beatrice, Jack Brooksbank, Prince Harry, Wessex and the Duke of Gloucester.

We have some details of the service through it BBC Story.

Mr. Johnson gave a lesson from St. Paul’s letter to the Filipinos in the New Testament, beginning: “Always rejoice in the Lord.”

Archbishop Justin Welby of Canterbury was advised by the Archbishop of York last week after testing positive for coronavirus.

Prime Minister.

Among today’s hymns was a new piece of music by Judith Weir, the master of The Queen’s Music, who sets the lyrics from the third chapter of the book of Proverbs.

More from The Guardian’s coverage

Stephen Cottrell, Archbishop of York, described Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, preaching in the footsteps of Covid in the 11th hour after he became infected as a “little terrible gig”.

Cottrell, who preached in the church in the Queen’s presence, said on the BBC’s Radio 4 program that she was confident the Queen “wanted to hear about the Christian faith, which has inspired her and held her throughout her reign.”

More sermons from BBC.

Mentioning the Queen’s love for horse racing and Saturday’s Epsom Derby – which will mark the anniversary – Mr Cottrell praised the King’s patience during his reign.

He said: “Your Majesty, we are sorry that you are not with us personally this morning, but you are still in Saddle. And we’re all glad that there’s so much more left.

“So, thank you for being on the course. Thank you for being faithful to the promise you made 70 years ago. Thank you for showing us how important service and loyalty are. People of all religions and no one can learn from it. “

The service was a scene wrapped up.

Senior members of the royal family when they were leaving the service.

A quick video.

Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall when they left the church.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Princess Anne, Sir Tim Lawrence and the Wessex family.


Princess Beatrice, Eduardo Maple Mozi, Jack Brooksbank, Princess Eugenie and Mike Tyndale.

Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Tyndals and Peter Phillips.

Lord Frederick Windsor and Sophie Winkleman with Lady Gabriella Windsor and her husband Thomas Kingston. (Some may remember our coverage of Lady Gabriella’s 2019 wedding.)

After the church service, many members of the royal family attended a reception hosted by the Lord Mayor and the City of London Corporation. How do you move a royal pasel from one place to another?

Below, the Duchess of Cornwall is welcomed into the Guildhall.

Colonel Simon Duckworth received the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

More about reception through Daily Mirror.

Guests dive into a number of delicious canapেসs, including smoked Norfolk duck breasts with grapes and balsamic, smoked salmon and dill, whipped goat cheese and beetroot shortbread with cocktail sausage. There was a buffet with grapefruit and rice salad, coronation chicken, Welsh Shepherd’s pie, cod and chips, a rare fillet of trout and Hereford beef.

For the desert they were treated with vanilla clotted cream dipped in ice cream and strawberries with chocolate.

They were served English sparkling wines and wines from Australia, South Africa and New Zealand. Non-alcoholics can order non-alcoholic beverages, including Cranberry Bellini.

The Duke of Gloucester, the Queen’s cousin and his wife, the Duchess of Gloucester.

Duke of Kent and Princess Alexandra.

Prince and Princess Michael; Yuvraj is the cousin of the queen.

Lady Sarah Chatto, daughter and son of Princess Margaret Arthur, in her Royal Marine uniform.

Zara Tyndale and Sophie Winkleman.

Mirror Also reporting that Lord Mayor Vincent Kiweny spoke of the Queen at today’s event, “… telling guests: ‘We are extremely grateful for her 70 years of service to the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth that we are celebrating today.'”

Now let’s take a look at the styles worn by the participants in today’s service We start with the Duchess of Cornwall, who wore an embroidered coat dress by Fiona Claire and a hat by Philip Tracy.

I liked this picture of Princess Anne. Court Jewelers Reported that she was wearing “her gold and diamond stalactite brooch and her gold, pearl and diamond Andrew Grima earrings”. I don’t know who designed his ensemble.

Susanna wore Alessia London’s dress, with Wessex Countess Jane Taylor’s hat. Lady Lewis chooses the Ghost Grace dress with a Jane Taylor headband.

Princess Eugenio Emilia Weeksted, dressed as Amila, while Sophie Winkleman and Princess Beatrice both wore Beulah London’s ‘Ahana’.

Princess Beatrice carries a fun accessory, a Sophie Webster clutch with the word ‘Wife for Life’ on one side.

Zara Tyndale wore a Juliet Butrell hat and a London espinal bag in Laura Green’s coat.

The Duchess of Sussex, Stephen Jones, wore a “Dior from head to toe” with a hat, per What Meghan wore.

Samantha Cameron was dressed in Safin’s Cordelia costume.

Today’s most stylish chaperone award goes to Mike Tyndale, who was a fan of sewing with his Instagram fashion posts.

Thank you Polka dot pop, Gabi, UFO is no more, Laura, Couture and Royals, Remoulade sauceAnd Court JewelersTo share the information used in today’s post.

Now look at what Kate wore.

She was dressed in Emilia Weeksted’s outfit. It looks like a sack that encloses with a drawstring.

She wore her hair in an intricate updo and accessory with a Philip Tracy hat.

Royal Hat The blog describes it as “a pale yellow straw saucer hat trimmed with a large silk rose and ginseng twist”.

The Duchess carried a new handbag that remained unknown. The design appears to be made of cane or cane, with rounded corners and a goldtone metallic hug.

He also carried gloves that could not be identified at the moment.

The Duchess brought back her Gianvito Rossi 105 Pump ($ 712) to Bisque Suede.

And wore the Queen’s Bahrain Pearl Drop Earrings.

One more picture from today.

Tomorrow, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit Wales during the day and then join the Platinum Party at the palace.

A reminder about the comment: Please keep the initial focus on what was worn and be respectful. No inappropriate comments will be made about any member of the royal family.


It’s not from today’s service, however More than a watth If you haven’t seen / heard the story of his encounter with two American hikers at HM and Balmoral.


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