Amid the formal pageantry, speeches, prayers and songsr at Queen Elizabeth’s funeral Monday, members of the Royal Family found quiet ways to celebrate the Queen through fashion.

Many of the women closest to the queen wore jewelry and pieces of clothing given by the late monarch or meant to symbolize her impact. 

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Here’s a full breakdown of all the fashion homages at the service:

Meghan Markle

Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, wore the pearl-and-diamond drop earrings gifted to her by the Queen.Karwai Tang/WireImage

The Duchess of Sussex showed up to the funeral Monday wearing the pearl-and-diamond drop earrings gifted to her by the Queen. The earrings were given in honor of the pair’s first solo outing together in 2018.

“The royal tradition of wearing pearls for mourning dates back to Queen Victoria, who was so overwhelmed with grief when Prince Albert died that she wore nothing but black for the rest of her life,” Maxwell Stone of UK jeweler Steven Stone previously told Page Six Style.

In a mournful nod to a happier time, Markle’s cape dress was the black version of a navy dress she wore to celebrate the Queen’s 92nd birthday at the Royal Albert Hall in 2018.

Princess Kate 

Princess Kate wore Queen Elizabeth’s pearls and a black Alexander McQueen coat dress.PHIL NOBLE/POOL/AFP via Getty Images

Kate Middleton made sure her outfit was full of symbolism Monday, donning Queen Elizabeth’s pearls and a black Alexander McQueen coat dress that was a black version of the same coat she wore for the Platinum Jubilee earlier this year.

The Princess of Wales had worn the same pearl earrings — which were a gift from the ruler of Bahrain to the Queen for her wedding in 1947 — to Prince Philip’s funeral. 

Princess Kate had worn the same pearl earrings to Prince Philip’s funeral. TOM JENKINS/POOL/AFP via Getty Images

Notably, she also wore the Queen’s four-row pearl choker with a diamond clasp.

The necklace was made from pearls which “were reportedly a gift from the Japanese government, possibly acquired during the 1970s, when she made a state visit to that nation,” according to The Court Jeweller.

Kate had worn than choker before — to a dinner celebrating the Queen and Prince Philip’s 70th year anniversary.

Princess Charlotte 

Princess Charlotte sported a diamond brooch in the shape of a horseshoe that the Queen gave her.Mark Cuthbert/UK Press via Getty Images

Seven-year-old Princess Charlotte sported a diamond brooch in the shape of a horseshoe that her late great-grandmother, the Queen, gave her, according to reports. 

The brooch seemed to be the first time the princess, who is third-in-line to the throne after her father Prince William and older brother Prince George, wore symbolic jewerly.

Queen Elizabeth was a known animal lover and was especially fond of horses.

Queen Consort Camilla

Camilla, Queen Consort donned Queen Victoria’s Hesse Diamond Jubilee Brooch.MARCO BERTORELLO/AFP via Getty Images

Queen Consort Camilla carried a clutch by Launer, Queen Elizabeth’s longtime favorite label.Mark Cuthbert/UK Press via Getty Images

Queen Consort Camilla paid homage to Queen Elizabeth by donning Queen Victoria’s Hesse Diamond Jubilee Brooch, a heart-shaped piece featuring the number 60 — the number of years in a Diamond Jubilee reign — in Cyrillic numerals.

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It seemed to be a nod that Queen Elizabeth, whose reign last 70 years, served even longer than Victoria.

Camila also carried a clutch by Launer, Queen Elizabeth’s longtime favorite label.

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, Camilla, Queen Consort, Prince George of Wales, Catherine, Princess of Wales, Princess Charlotte of Wales and Sophie, Countess of Wessex during the State Funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.Karwai Tang/WireImage

Luckily for Camilla, she is likely to inherit much of Elizabeth’s massive jewelry collection.



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