Queen Camilla, Sarah Ferguson and Princess Anne Wore This Stand-Out Color During Easter Sunday Service

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From rocking statement boots to throwback haircuts, the women of the British royal family have been known to turn heads whenever they step out for a special event. And the Easter Sunday service at St. George’s Chapel was no different. 

On March 31, Queen Camilla, Sarah “Fergie” Ferguson and Princess Anne attended the annual holiday service with other members of the royal family. However, all three women wore attire that had one thing in common: a vibrant green hue. 

According to the Royal Fashion Police Instagram page, the queen, 76, re-wore an emerald green dress designed by Anna Valentine with a matching green Philip Treacy hat. 

She also paired the Easter Sunday outfit with a black Chanel bag—if you’re looking for a similar option, there’s the Chanel Flap Bag with Top Handle in black ($7,100)—an Amanda Wakeley cap with leather gloves and her signature statement boots.

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As for the Duchess of York, Ferguson, 64, rocked a green “Raschel” Tweed Midi Dress from Dolce & Gabbana (available at Farfetch for a whopping $3,095), black Leather Cap Toe Pumps from Chanel and a black London “Wentworth” Headband from Roseings London. 

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Last but not least, we have Princess Anne, 73, who popped out wearing a stylish mint green coat with a matching hat adorned with black feathers and knee-high tan-colored boots. 

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Though Sophie, Duchess of Edinburgh also attended the church service, the 59-year-old royal opted for a chic purple Prada wool coat, Prada Nude Leather Pumps and a white beret. 

All four women were joined by King Charles (his first major appearance since starting cancer treatment), Prince Andrew, Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence and Prince Edward.

So why were so many royal women in green? Well, according to Hello!, the color symbolizes “nature, spring and new life.”

If there’s one thing the royal women know how to do, it’s steal the show every time. 

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