Queen Letizia of Spain and Queen Rania of Jordan were among foreign royals wearing bright colours to the King’s coronation.
The weather might have been dreary in London, but foreign royals were out in force for the event – with many wearing bright, springtime hues.
The look was designed for her by the fashion house’s creative director, Wes Gordon.
Monochromatic looks were a major trend of the day, and she paired her pink suit with matching shoes and a clutch.
The pastel yellow midi dress was expertly tailored, with sheer sleeves and an off-shoulder bow collar.
She accessorised with a matching hat and white heels and bag.
She topped off the look with an elegant hat over her signature cropped hair.
The outfit was from Copenhagen-based fashion brand Soeren Le Schmidt, which is known for its commitment to tailoring and sustainability.
The outfit was midi length, with fitted sleeves and was worn with a matching hat, from Greek designer Mary Katrantzou, who is based in the UK and regularly shows at London Fashion Week.
It was the second outfit Marie-Chantal wore by Katrantzou – she wore a white dress from the designer at the Buckingham Palace dinner on Friday.
Treacy has long been the go-to milliner for royals – he created Princess Beatrice’s memorable so-called “pretzel hat” for the Prince and Princess of Wales’s wedding in 2011, and the Queen wore two hats by the designer for her wedding to the King in 2005.
The white midi-length dress had intricate embroidery along the neckline and was worn with beige pumps and a clutch.