Samantha Cameron dons blue Cefinn maxi dress for St Paul’s Jubilee service

Samatha Cameron arrived at St Paul's this morning wearing a blue maxi dress created by Definn - the fashion brand she founded

Samantha Cameron was photographed in a blue midi dress when she arrived at St Paul’s today for the Platinum Jubilee thangiving service.

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The 51-year old was accompanied by David Cameron, a former prime minister.

Businesswoman Samantha donned a £290 blue maxi dress for the occasion, created by Cefinn, the London-based fashion brand she founded and of which she is the creative director.

According to Cefinn, the ‘Cordelia frock is made of 100% organic cotton printed by Cefinn.

Samatha Cameron arrived at St Paul’s wearing a blue maxi dress by Definn – her fashion brand.

The 51-year-old businesswoman (pictured, right) attended the event with her 55-year-old husband David Cameron (pictured, left)

The 51-yearold businesswoman attended the event with her husband David Cameron (pictured left).

It has ‘delicate knife pleats at its neckline, a tiered, flowing skirt, and elegant sleeves, which enhance its femininity and make it truly special’.

Samantha paired the gown to black accessories including simple pumps and a hat.

The rest of her look was simple: her black hair pulled up in a low bun with a glossy make-up that included dark eyeliner. 

David, her husband, complemented her outfit by wearing a blue suit, blue and green checked shirt, and a purple tie. 

After suffering ‘discomfort’ during Trooping The Colour last night, Her Majesty has been forced to withdraw from today’s event.

According to a Palace statement the 96-year old enjoyed her birthday parade and flypast, but did experience some discomfort. 

It stated that “Her Majesty, with great reluctance has decided not to attend tomorrow’s National Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral.”

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Prince Andrew, who had announced yesterday that he had tested positive to Covid, was not present at the event. 

Other senior royals, however, will be taking part in the event, notably Prince Charles who will stand for his mother as well as the Duchess, Duchess, and Duke of Cambridge and the Sussexes. 

Businesswoman Samantha Cameron opted for a blue and black outfit for the service at St Paul's today, wearing a dress from Cefinn, the brand she founded

Samantha Cameron, a businesswoman and founder of Cefinn, chose a blue and dark outfit for the service at St Paul’s today. 

The couple were seen smiling at the crowds as they made their way up the stairs into St Paul's

As they made their way up the stairs to St. Paul’s, they were seen smiling at the people.

Today’s service marks Harry and Meghan’s first appearance at The Firm since March 2020’s frosty Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey, just before they officially stepped down from their senior roles.

The couple was seen yesterday as they watched Trooping the Colour, however they made a concerted effort not to be seen by prying eyes, arriving incognito at Horse Guards Parade and studiously keeping away from most – although not all – of the waiting photographers.

Today’s thanksgiving service will also include around 400 people, including key workers, volunteers for charities, and members of armed forces. Recognition of their contributions to public life 

Royal fans gather early this morning at St Paul's Cathedral in London ahead of the Service of Thanksgiving for the Queen

This morning, royal fans gathered at St Paul’s Cathedral in London to attend the Service of Thanksgiving for Queen Elizabeth II

Royal enthusiasts gather this morning at St Paul's Cathedral ahead of the Service of Thanksgiving for the Queen

Royal enthusiasts gather at St Paul’s Cathedral this morning ahead of the Service of Thanksgiving to the Queen

Wellwishers wait for the arrival of the Royal Family ahead of the Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul's Cathedral this morning

Wellwishers await the arrival of Royal Family members before the Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral this AM

The Bishop of London declared earlier today that she was ‘excited’ for the thanksgiving service. Rt Revd & Rt Hon Sarah Mullally will lead the blessing at St Paul’s.

She said she was nervous about the ceremonial apparel she will need to wear. It’s called the George V coat. It’s quite an older coat, which is a cape, and it sits upon me, but it was designed for men, because I happen to be the first woman to be the Bishop in London. “So, it doesn’t sit quite as well upon me, so I’m slightly nervous.

She said that Her Majesty’s Christian faith has influenced her and that it is a privilege to be able to participate in the service and to ‘give Thanks’ to her for her service to her country.

Royal fans began to gather in London ahead of the service in the hopes of getting a glimpse at the family. 

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