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In a stunning all white outfit during a walkabout in the Mauritius as part of her Silver wedding anniversary celebrations.
In June 1961, President John F Kennedy and his wife Jackie visited Buckingham Palace.
Side-by-side with sister Princess Margaret — and dressed almost identically in her box-pleat dress cinched with a bow, CJ white gloves and co-ordinating peep-toe slingbacks.
1954, Australia. Queen Elizabeth wore an emerald green belted jacket, full skirt and Cornelia James gloves.
For a trip to Malta, the Queen opted for pink florals and her signature long, white Cornelia James gloves.
Designed by court designer Norman Hartnell, The Queen sported a belted turquoise faille and lace evening gown with a full skirt and matching pair of Cornelia James gloves to the wedding of Princess Margaret and Antony Armstrong-Jones.
On a walkabout in Australia in 1977, the year of the silver Jubilee. Queen Elizabeth II wears a cream cape over a sky blue pleated skirt. The slit sleeves were designed specifically to allow HM to wave and shake hands (and show off her CJ gloves of course) without creasing the outfit.
HRH Duchess of Cambridge wore an Alexander McQueen coat for the St Patrick's Day festivities at the Cavalry Barracks, Hounslow.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore Alexander McQueen to open the new Victoria and Albert Museum in Dundee.