The Queen was honoured today (June 3) as the royal family arrived for her Thanksgiving service.
Away from the pomp and ceremony at St Paul’s Cathedral, some members of the royal family clearly had the monarch very firmly in their hearts and minds.
Royals pay tribute to the Queen today
As the Queen’s extended family filed into St Paul’s Cathedral, royal experts on BBC One spotted something of a trend.
The hue was spotted as more royals arrived, too, with Freddie Windsor’s wife Sophie Winkleman also in pink.
Princess Anne, too, sported a pink ribbon in her hat.
And, it seems, there’s a reason for the royals sporting the colour.
Pink nod to the Queen revealed
In a secret and pretty poignant nod to the absent monarch, the royals were sporting the colour in tribute to her.
Of course, as royal fans will doubtless remember, back in 1977 the Queen celebrated her Silver Jubilee.
And the colour she chose to wear on the day?
Pink, of course.
Thanksgiving service: Cheers and boos from crowds
Meghan looked gorgeous in an off-white coat dress and matching hat, while Harry wore a morning suit with his medals pinned to his lapel.
They were met with cheers as they arrived.
Which is more than can be said for Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
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