Zara Tindall’s daughter Mia accompanied her and husband Mike Tindall on the Queen’s funeral, together with cousins Savannah and Isla, daughters of Peter Phillips. The royal cousins all wore their hair in braids with matching headbands.
Queen Elizabeth II‘s state funeral came about on Monday at Westminster Abbey and it is an occasion that will likely be remembered for a few years to return. The royal household gathered to pay their respects to the monarch, who devoted her life to service.
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On the committal service at Windsor Fort’s St. George’s Chapel within the afternoon, Prince George and Princess Charlotte have been joined by fellow royal youngsters, Mia Tindall, daughter of Zara and Mike Tindall, and Savannah and Isla Phillips, daughters of Peter Phillips.
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Did you discover the three blonde royal cousins, Savannah, age 11, Isla, 10, and Mia, eight, all wearing black with matching black headbands?
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The trio additionally all wore their hair in completely plaited braids. It was very candy to see and so they all regarded exquisitely turned out to pay their respects to their late nice grandmother.
Savannah and Isla Phillips with Mia Tindall with matching hairstyles
Princess Charlotte was wearing an all-black ensemble by Ancar. The younger royal had a shocking diamond brooch within the form of a horseshoe pinned to her lapel.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte on the funeral
The small accent, which is Charlotte’s first piece of great jewelry she has worn in public, gave the impression to be a delicate nod to her ‘Gan Gan’ who adored horses so it was significantly poignant, because the late monarch was identified for her ardour for each horses and horse racing and had her first using lesson on the age of three.
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Royal followers have been fast to reward the royal youngsters’s spectacular behaviour on-line. Talking about George and Charlotte, one onlooker quipped: “Extremely nicely behaved. Very impressed.” One other sweetly shared: “They did superb for the scenario, size of time and their ages. Wow! Their Gan Gan could be pleased with them.”
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