Members of the British Royal Family attended the Service Of Thanksgiving for Anthony Armstrong-Jones, Lord Snowden, ex-husband of the Queen’s sister, Princess Margaret, who died in January, at St Margaret’s Church, Westminster Abbey in London on April 7th.
The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh were accompanied by the Dukes of Cambridge, York, Gloucester and Kent as well as the Earl of Wessex for the Service Of Thanksgiving for Anthony Armstrong-Jones, Lord Snowden at St Margaret’s Church in Westminster. Also present were his children, the new Earl and Countess of Snowden, Lady Sarah and Daniel Chatto, Lady Frances and Rodolphe von Hofmannsthal, and Jasper Cable-Alexander with their respective children.
The Queen wore a purple coat and hat, pairing her Three Strand Pearl Necklace with the Amethyst Bouquet Brooch. The Countess of Snowdon wore a black dress with a white jacket and hat. Lady Sarah Chatto wore a navy skirt with a white, blouse, cream cardigan, large hat, and Princess Margaret’s pearl and diamond earrings.
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