On 25 August 2019, Queen Elizabeth joined by members of the British Royal Family attended a morning service at Crathie Kirk Church in Crathie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.Embed from Getty Images
A caravan of cars with members of the British Royal Family.Embed from Getty Images
Her Majesty was accompanied by Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (Countess of Strathearn), Prince William, Duke of Cambridge (Earl of Strathearn), Prince Charles (Duke of Rothesay), Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall (Duchess of Rothesay), Anne, Princess Royal and husband Sir Timothy Laurence, Peter Phillips and his wife Autumn Phillips, Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex (Earl of Forfar), Sophie, Countess of Wessex (Countess of Forfar) and Lady Louise Windsor.Embed from Getty Images
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and Duchess of Cambridge (Countess of Strathearn as she is known while in Scotland).Embed from Getty Images
Queen Elizabeth wore a bright pink outfit with pearl accesories and Butterfly brooch.Embed from Getty Images
Earl and Countess of Strathearn, as the Cambridge’s are known while in Scotland.Embed from Getty Images
Countess of Strathearn wore Guinea London navy coat with velvet cuff, Michael Kors dress and Lock &CCo navy hat.
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Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall traveled in a separated car. The are known as Duke and Duchess of Rothesay while in Scotland.Embed from Getty Images
The Duchess of Rothesay wore red hat.Embed from Getty Images
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Timothy Laurence and Princess Anne alongside with Peter Phillips and wife Autumn Philips arrived at Crathie Kirk for the Sunday church service.
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Countess of Wessex and Lady Louise Windsor.Embed from Getty Images
The Earl of Forfar, The Countess of Forfar and daughter Lady Louise Windsor.
Lady Louise Windsor repeated her Reiss ‘Allie’ bornout dress, seen at Easter.Embed from Getty Images
The Countess of Forfar worn the “Suffolk Fedora” hat by Hicks & Brown.
The Queen Elizabeth II in currently enjoying her summer holiday at Balmoral Castle in Scotland. Queen Victoria started this tradition in 1848.Embed from Getty Images
Queen Elizabeth II alongside the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge leave Crathie Kirk after the Sunday church service.
- QUEEN ELIZABETH II STARTS SUMMER HOLIDAYS AT BALMORAL CASTLE.
- QUEEN ELIZABETH AND THE PRINCESS ROYAL ATTENDED CHURCH SERVICE.
- ANNE, PRINCESS ROYAL
- WESSEX’S FAMILY WILD PLACE PROYECT
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