Princess Anne hosts veterans’ garden party in Queen’s absence
Princess Anne will attend the Royal Windsor Horse Show tonight to watch the Platinum pageant in celebration of the Queen’s Jubilee. The Princess Royal will be present on the grounds Windsor Castle for the spectacle of a dramatic theatrical reenactment. The 90-minute performance will feature 1,500 performers, 500 horses, and a celebrity-clad line-up that includes Ant and Dec, Dame Helen Mirren, and Tom Cruise.
Anne, a former professional horse rider is expected to embrace the competition.
Although the Princess Royal is best known for her dedication to her role in the working royal, she was once a champion royal equestrian.
The Princess, who was 11 years old, competed in public competition and was the first royal to participate in the Olympic Games. She also participated in the Royal Windsor Horse Show.
Anne had to give up her equestrian career to be able to fully devote herself to her public duties.
Princess Anne is the’most underrated’ royal when it involves style and fashion.
Anne quit a promising career as a horse rider to take up royal duties.
She is now 71 and has proved herself to be a loyal member the Royal Family. “hardest working royal”.
Anne has been praised for her elegant and timeless style throughout the decades of public outings.
Samantha Harman, fashion expert, and personal stylist, hails the princess as “one of the most underestimated royals when it comes to style”.
Anne is similar to her mother in that she doesn’t feel the need for big fashion statements. She prefers classic silhouettes, monochromatic outfits, and sensible footwear.
The Princess Royal has a classic style that she has maintained throughout her many decades of royal life.
She approaches fashion the same way as she approaches her royal duties: not flashy, but determined to do it right.
Ms Harmant said: “Princess Anne is probably one of the most underestimated royals when it comes to style.
“Sometimes we can look back through the archive at a celebrity’s wardrobe and think ‘wow! Their style has changed so much’. But Anne’s style is ‘classic Anne’.
“There isn’t some big ‘makeover’ or ‘change’ in her style over the last 50 years – you can see this is the same woman, with a strong sense of who she is.
Anne is known for being the hardest working royal.
“There are lots of elements in her outfits that transcend time and trends, from the 1970s to today.”
Anne, the personal stylist claimed, “is a good example of someone who re-wears items, buys classic shapes,”She also stated that the princess is not “afraid to try new things.”
The Princess Royal wore knee-high tassel boots in December, which was a modern choice for the veteran monarch.
Ms Harman commented about her appearance, saying: “Considering she is 71, it’s great to see that Princess Anne isn’t afraid to try new trends or looks.
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Anne stepped out in tassel boots.
“We would usually expect to see her in a riding boot, so the fringing is an interesting twist.
“So many women get caught up on the idea that you have to stick to the same things as you get older, but this isn’t true at all.
“I think this is a great example of how to incorporate something new into your look.
“Take your classic items – the coat has been in Anne’s wardrobe for a number of years – and add a new accessory or a little twist.
Anne tends to stick to a timeless silhouette.
“The look is still signature ‘Anne’ but shows her personality.”
Anne, a proud outfit repeater was a strong advocate for sustainable fashion long before sustainability was a fashion buzzword.
The Princess Royal was recently pictured wearing the same garment more than once during her Royal Tour of Australia and Papua New Guinea to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
Anne wore her navy blazer, double-breasted, twice in one week. This is an unprecedented move in the Royal Tours world, especially for female members.
Anne wore her blue blazer to Australia during her weekend.
A few days later, she wore the blazer again.
Just weeks before, Kate, Duchess of Cambridge staged a week-long fashion show during her and Prince William’s tour of the Caribbean, with a meticulously thought out wardrobe to not only deliver style but also meet the demands and social politics of the occasion.
Ms Harman recommended “taking a leaf out of Anne’s book”You can recycle old clothes.
She said: “Over the last decade or so, our consumption of fashion has accelerated to insane levels.
“We buy five times as many clothes now as we did in the 1980s.
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“For a while, it was ‘uncool’ to re-wear things, and we can order a new dress with the click of a button for a few pounds.
“But, I think we can all take a leaf out of Anne’s book and look after and re-wear our clothes.”