Royals in candy colours: Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle, Princess Beatrice & more
Royals in candy colours: Learn which royals like candy colours, including Princess Beatrice and The Duchesss of Susses.
What colors spring to our minds when we think royal style? You will most likely think of navy, red, and emerald. These are the classic tones that royals love to use. There’s also a playful side of royal fashion archives, and it’s full if the most adorable hues.
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From The Princess of Wales To The Duchess and Princess of Sussex, Princess Beatrice To Princess AnneWe have compiled a list of royals who are known for wearing candy colours. Be it strawberry pink, mint green or lemon yellow, there isn’t a pastel these ladies haven’t worn.
The beautiful Princess Kate looked stunning in a parma violet-like lilac dress during a visit to the Global Ministerial Mental Health Summit at London County Hall 2016.
Over the years, the princess has loved candy tones for her entire life. Kate was enchanted in the sweetest, most delicate pale pink shade by the Wimbledon Championships Tennis Tournament in July 2021.
In July 2011, Princess Kate, never one to be afraid of a WOW-factor moment, wore baby yellow in her royal tour of North America.
Duchess Meghan doesn’t hesitate to wear a divisive shade like her sister in law. The duchess looked radiant in sunshine yellow for the Your Commonwealth Youth Challenge reception at Marlborough House, 2018.
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Princess Diana In 1995, the royal wore a candy pink shade that was feminine during her trip to Argentina. The look was a sweet two-piece with button down detailing and a fitted silhouette.
In August 1987, Princess Diana went on holiday to Majorca and showed off her summer style in this zesty lemon yellow look.
In a Versace skirt set in vibrant orange, the People’s princess looked stunning. The royal, pictured here in 1995, was a true tangerine dream and completed her outfit with a Lady Dior handbag *chef’s kiss.*
As Princess Diana attended a viewing in July 1989 of Swan Lake, she wore ballet-inspired tones. Catherine Walker, a royally approved designer, created her serene ensemble that reflected the colours of a drumstick.
In 1989, Princess Anne chose orange for her outing in Hyde Park. She wore a matching bandana and a matching clementine set. The citrus tones were complemented by pops of polka dots print.
In 2014 Princess Eugenie She looked radiant in a sweet strawberry pink frock when she attended the Wimbledon women’s singles final. This garment, which featured a ruffled trim with floaty wisps a sheer fabric, was a delight for the royal.
Princess Beatrice has a soft spot, just like her sister. The Queen’s annual birthday parade Trooping The Colour in June 2019 featured the princess in pale pink.
Another royal who loves pink Zara Tindall Beamed with Mike Tindall, her husband, during a couple outing in a dark pink hue.
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