Garden Party at Buckingham Palace

The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh hosted the first annual Garden Party of 2017 at Buckingham Palace on May 16th. There are four annual Garden Parties hosted by the Queen at Buckingham Palace and the Palace of Holyrood House for around 30,000 guests yearly, as well asa few others. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry hosted a Party at the Palace on May 13th

 
 

The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh were joined by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Princess Royal, Earl of Wessex, Princess Beatrice, and Prince and Princess Michael of Kent as they hosted the first Garden Party in the spectacular gardens Buckingham Palace. They stood for the national anthem before meeting some of the 8,000 guests while making their way towards the Royal Tea Tent, where they met further guests.

The Queen wore a floral dress and pink coat with a pink hat, pairing her customary Three Strand Pearl Necklace with the Centenary Rose Brooch. The Duke of Edinburgh wore morning dress with a grey top hat. The Duke of Cambridge wore morning dress with a top hat. The Duchess of Cambridge wore an ice blue Christopher Kane coat with a Lock and Co hat and her new Kiki McDonough topaz earrings.

The Princess Royal wore a cream patterned coat with a cream hat and pearls. The Earl of Wessex wore morning dress with a top hat. Princess Beatrice wore a navy dress and bowler hat. Prince Michael of Kent wore morning dress with a top hat. Princess Michael wore a polka dotted dress with a black jacket, black hat, large pearl necklace, and a brooch.

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