The royal has been looking particularly elegant as of late, choosing some beautiful ensembles for the various festivities held in honour of Her Majesty’s Jubilee over the weekend. For the Service of Thanksgiving in St Paul’s Cathedral on 3 June, the countess chose a beautiful rose-gold metallic dress by designer Suzannah with statement bell-shaped short sleeves and a bow to the back, which she teamed with a matching hat and pearl earrings. Her daughter, Lady Louise Windsor, also looked radiant in a similar colour palette to her mother, opting for a light pink headband and white satin Ghost dress.
During the opening parade of Trooping the Colour, Sophie wore a chic checkered pink and white dress with a matching hat, as she sat beside Edward, who sported his impressive military attire. For the Jubilee concert on the Friday, the royal opted for a much more laid-back look as she donned a boho-style white Zara dress, which she paired with her wavy locks.