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So, LK stitched up Rossy last week by putting her on the spot for one of life’s most difficult questions. ‘What’s your most iconic royal fashion moment?!’
Rossy’s response was flustered and resulted in the ultimate betrayal of the monarchy as she fully bagged Diana’s wedding dress. But don’t we all agree it was tezz…?
Anyway, Rossy has since done some homework and is presenting an adequate response to LK’s massive question.
Most iconic royal fashion moments… according to Rossy.
Diana - We have one word to say to you ICONIC! ‘The Elvis dress’ Diana wore during a visit to the Culture Center - Hong Kong in 1989 was a jaw-dropper and c’mon it's an absolute stunner! The white high coloured crop jacket covered in flat back pearls and confidence. So lush.
Kate - Not often do we see Kate in sequins but no one is surprised that this dress also became a recycle. This white and gold SEQUIN number from Alexander McQueen - Kate first wore back in 2012 in Malaysia at the Istana Negara Palace in Kuala Lumpur and again in 2020 for the BAFTAs. The big question is when we will see it next?
Meghan - This amazing red cape dress was one of the last royal harah’s of the #Megxit farewell tour. Megs wore a Safiyaa at the Mountbatten Festival of Music at Royal Albert Hall in March 2020. Super gorge!
Queen Elizabeth (aka ‘Biz’) - The designer of this colourful sequin disaster wishes to be unnamed but this is what Biz wore to the Royal Variety Performance at the Birmingham Hippodrome in 1999 and… good on her..?
Princess Margaret - Gee whiz where do we start! For all the great outfits Margo wore this is probably the most outrageously glamorous one. But it’s so hard to decide so go check out this Harper Bazaar article because they list them all. Here Margaret wears a blue caped gown at the London Palladium for The Queen Mother's 90th birthday.
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