The Diamond Jubilee celebrations between June 2nd and 5th were great occasions for us Brits to pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth II.
Meanwhile, the female members of the Royal family used the occasion to flaunt their stylish hats, outfits and jewellery.
Ever the style icon, Kate Middleton dazzled at every event that she attended, with her first ensemble being a stunning red Alexander McQueen dress.
She wore this outfit to the 1,000 boat flotilla on the River Thames on June 3rd as she joined the rest of the Royal family on the Queen’s barge.
The Duchess of Cambridge turned heads with her matching Lock & Co hat and gold tear-drop earrings.
Her earrings were teamed with other forms of gold jewellery in the form of a thin bracelet and brooch.
The next day, Middleton wowed in a blue dress complemented with a black blazer and tumbling locks at the Diamond Jubilee concert outside Buckingham Palace.
Yesterday (June 5th), she attended a thanksgiving service at St Paul’s cathedral wearing a nude lace dress by Alexander McQueen teamed with nude heels and matching hat.
She once again chose earrings to dress up her outfit – this time selecting drop diamond ones.
Other members of the Royal family rocked fine jewellery over the course of the Diamond Jubilee, including the Queen’s granddaughter Zara Phillips.
She attended the thanksgiving service in a midnight blue pencil skirt and 1950s-inspired jacket with a nipped in waist. Phillips accessorised with a simple pair of stud earrings and a flamboyant headpiece.
The Queen’s other granddaughters Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie decided to match their purple and blue gowns respectively with rings and simple bracelets rather than earrings.
Meanwhile, the older generation also showed off their high fashion stakes, with Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, displaying a pearl choker and pearl earrings to glam up her golden outfit.