Tuesday, May 1, 2012

The Queen Walks the Streets of Windsor as Part of Diamond Jubilee Tour

Caption: The Queen looked delighted to have been given such a warm welcome in her hometown

The Palace calls it ‘credit-crunch couture’. Out and about in Windsor yesterday, the Queen wore the same pink coat she has been seen in for at least a dozen public occasions in the past five years.

Designed by her head dresser Angela Kelly, the coat has a plum-coloured trim and she often wears a co-ordinating hat. Although her outfits are made to measure by some of the country’s top couturiers, a Palace spokesman said ‘the Queen is very conscious of the economic climate’ and added: ‘She is always looking for ways to keep costs down.’

 The monarch was given a warm reception yesterday as around 1,000 people welcomed her to the town of WIndsor as part of her Diamond Jubilee tour of Britain. Read Full Post From DAILY MAIL
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