The Queen looked radiant in lime green as she arrived to the royal wedding at St. George’s Chapel to watch her grandson Prince Harry and Meghan Markle say, “I do.” The 92-year-old monarch was the last senior royal to enter the church, before taking her front-row seat near the altar. Joining Her Majesty was her loving husband Prince Philip, who made a triumphant return to the spotlight after weeks of recovering following hip surgery last month. The couple looked delighted as they watched Harry and Meghan exchange vows in front of more than 600 guests during the hour-long service.
The Queen accessorized her vibrant Angela Kelly coatdress with a jaunty hat and staple Launer handbag. Her equally eye-catching jewelry included her cherished three-string pearl necklace and Richmond brooch.
Should the newlyweds need any relationship inspiration, they need not look any further than to the Queen and Prince Philip. After tying the knot on Nov 20, 1947, the senior royals have enjoyed 70 years of marital bliss. During that time, the monarch has crediting her husband for being her “strength and stay” as she navigated life on the throne. The collaborative and supportive nature of their union will no doubt act as a model for Prince Harry and Meghan, both of whom have revealed their desire to work together on charitable causes close to their hearts.