Princess Anne has joined other members of the Royal Family in Scotland for Holyrood Week. The Princess Royal, 71, attended a garden party at the Palace of Holyroodhouse on Wednesday afternoon. For the occasion, Anne chose to wear a ‘Lyra Coat in Moon’ from Shibumi for a whopping £395.
The description on the website says: “Our Lyra Coat is an embroidered silk coat perfect for Mother of the Bride, to wear to the races or opera and is the ideal coat to complement our silk dresses.
“This smart pale blue-grey dress coat features a feminine curved collar that compliments the neckline, a half belt at the back which accentuates the waist for a flattering fit, along with a slightly A-Line cut to give the coat a soft feminine touch and turn-back cuffs.
“This smart frock coat looks best when worn open. Perfect for all shapes and sizes, this coat suits petite and plus size alike.”
Anne wore a turquoise-coloured dress underneath the coat for a complimentary match.
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She could be seen carrying a simple black handbag which she paired with black ballet pumps.
It wouldn’t be a garden party without an eccentric hat, and Anne certainly wore a beautiful cream hat to match the outfit.
The Princess chose to wear a pair of royal blue gloves for the occasion as well.
For jewellery, Anne wore a pair of simple pearl earrings.
“The Duke of Rothesay, along with other members of The Royal Family hosted a Garden Party at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, in recognition of these remarkable people.”
Anne and Timothy were joined by Prince Charles, who is known as the Duke of Rothesay in Scotland.
They were also joined by Sophie, Countess of Wessex and Prince Edward.
Sophie shone in a pretty pastel pink dress.