The Queen puts on a vibrant display in fuchsia coat and hat in London

Colour pop Queen! Her Majesty looks in high spirits as she visits Lincoln’s Inn in London in a VERY vibrant shade of pink

  • The Queen visited Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn in London on Thursday
  • The royal, 92, arrived with son Prince Andrew, 58, to the society of barristers 
  • Put on a vibrant display in fuchsia coordinated coat, dress and hat ensemble 

The Queen looked in high spirits as she arrived at the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn in London on Thursday.

The royal, 92, put on a vibrant display in a coordinated fuchsia ensemble, smiling as she greeted members of the society of barristers.

Prince Andrew, 58, was seen arriving alongside his mother as they made their way along the red carpet to the large estate of historic buildings in central London, which houses the society. 

The Queen beamed at fans as she was greeted by a curtsying member of the welcome party.

The Queen looked in good spirits as she arrived at the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn in London on Thursday, wearing a coordinating fuchsia pink hat, coat and dress ensemble

Queen Elizabeth II receives flowers whilst departing from the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn

The Queen looked stylish in a deep pink coat embellished with gold buttons and adorned with a brooch. 

Coordinating the look, the royal teamed her coat with a matching hat adorned with red feathers, and a dress that reached just below the knees.


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The ensemble was completed with a pearl necklace and earrings, and she accessorised with gloves and her favourite handbag.

The Queen is rarely seen without her handbag, a patent design by Launer, and has a range of bags by the brand.

Prince Andrew put on a dapper display in a dark suit, crisp white shirt and salmon-coloured tie as he joined the Queen on her engagement

Prince Andrew, 58, was seen arriving alongside his mother as they made their way along the red carpet to the large estate of historic buildings in central London, which houses the society (seen behind the Queen)

The structured bags cost between £1,200 and £2,100, and the Queen is estimated to own around 200 Launer pieces in an understated black leather or patent.

Known for its iconic ‘twisted rope’ emblem, Launer (launer.com) was established in 1941 and awarded a Royal Warrant after supplying with Queen with leather good since 1968.

A top seller in Selfridges and Fortnum & Mason and a favourite among society ladies, the company recorded a sale increase of over 400 per cent in the past four years on its website.

Working her signature style, the Queen looked stylish in a deep pink coat embellished with gold buttons and adorned with a brooch

Coordinating the look, the royal teamed the look with a matching hat adorned with red feathers, and a dress that reached just below the knees

The Queen was seen beaming as she received a glorious bouquet of flowers from a little girl waiting outside the establishment. 

Meanwhile Prince Andrew put on a dapper display in a navy suit, crisp white shirt and salmon-coloured tie as he joined the Queen on her engagement.

The royals were visiting The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn in London to officially open its new teaching facility, the Ashworth Centre and relaunch its recently renovated Great Hall. 

Once inside the listed buildings, Queen Elizabeth II, was seen admiring a portrait of Princess Margaret, her late younger sister.

Taking a look around the newly renovated buildings, the Queen made her way to the Great Hall where members were gathered, before officiating the opening.

The ensemble was completed with a pearl necklace and earrings, and acccessorised with globes and her favourite Lautner handbag

Queen Elizabeth II, looks at a portrait of Princess Margaret, during her visit to The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn in London to officially open its new teaching facility

This year has been a happy one for the Queen and Prince Philip, who became great grand-parents for the sixth and seventh time following the births of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s third child Prince Louis in April, and Zara Tindall’s second child Lena in June.

They also witnessed the weddings of two of their grandchildren at Windsor Castle, with Prince Harry marrying Meghan Markle in May, and Princess Eugenie marrying Jack Brooksbank in October.

The weddings were followed by the announcement that Meghan was pregnant, with the baby due in Spring 2019.

The Queen looked around the grounds and was present to open its new teaching facility, the Ashworth Centre and relaunch its recently renovated Great Hall

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth, accompanied by Prince Andrew (seen behind the royal), visits The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn

The Queen looked in good spirits as she attended the opening ceremony surrounded by members of the society 

Queen Elizabeth II, visits The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn in London and takes a look around the buildings

Prince Andrew looked dapper in a dark suit and salmon-coloured pink tie as he accompanied the Queen on the engagement

Queen Elizabeth II, visits The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn in London to officially open its new teaching facility, the Ashworth Centre and relaunch its recently renovated Great Hall

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