Each year, Elizabeth II wishes members of the British royal family to meet in Sandringham for the Christmas holidays. And there is also a dress code dress to respect!
This year Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are not expected to spend the holiday season with Queen Elizabeth II. According to some English media, the couple Sussex and little Archie will spend Christmas in the United States. Only? No! They will be with Meghan’s mother: Doria Ragland in Los Angeles. In the meantime, Kate and William will indeed be in Sandringham with the Queen and the other members of the Windsor clan.
In the book “The Other Side of the Coin: The Queen, the Dresser and the Wardrobe”, the Queen’s stylist made some crisp revelations. The time of an evening, its guests must be irreproachable vis-a-vis their outfits. And Elizabeth II watches over the grain! You will see, it’s Fashion Week before the hour.
ELIZABETH II: VERY VIGILANT ON THE TENUES THE EVENING OF CHRISTMAS!
In a passage from the book unveiled by Madame Figaro, Angela Kelly makes incredible confidences! Indeed, on Christmas Eve, Queen Elizabeth II will change 7 times outfits! Clothing choices that the monarch has chosen beforehand. “Sketches of evening dresses” presented in advance by his personal style. The monarch has also chosen several sets according to the unfolding of the festivities!
I have to say, Angela Kelly’s book The Other Side Of The Coin: The Queen, the Dresser and the Wardrobe is utterly fascinating. Full of detail about her extraordinary friendship with the Queen, Miss Kelly doesn’t pull her punches either (often with just a few well chosen words) pic.twitter.com/PzQQvorX48
— Rebecca English (@RE_DailyMail) October 29, 2019
But that’s not all ! Queen Elizabeth II’s guests must also comply with her choices. “Once Her Majesty has chosen her dress for dinner, a handwritten note is pinned in the dressing room hallway and explains in detail what she will wear so that all staff can adapt,” said Angela Kelly. . Whatever happens, the monarch has always shown good taste in style. Case to follow?