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Sophie, Countess of Wessex’s floral costume is stitched with hidden tribute to the Queen

Stitched into the calf size, pleated costume coat worn by Sophie, Countess of Wessex, on the state funeral right this moment was a really touching tribute.

The Royal, who’s married to Her Majesty’s son Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, had a customized outfit designed by Suzannah Crabb, designer of luxurious label Suzannah London, to pay her respects.

Sophie, Countess of Wessex

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Stitched in panels of the black material are Lily of the Valley flowers, the gorgeous woodland crops which have been famously Queen Elizabeth II’s favorite flower. It made for a captivating and private contact on the sombre day.

Sophie, Countess of Wessex


“The coat costume was embroidered with Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II favorite flowers, Lily of the Valley,” Suzannah Crabb tells us. “They’re intertwined with inspiration of the flowers from inside Her Majesty’s marriage ceremony bouquet.”

Sophie, Countess of Wessex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex

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It’s no shock the Countess of Wessex went the additional mile when deciding on her outfit, contemplating her closeness to the late Queen.

Having misplaced her mom Mary Rhys-Jones, to a abdomen most cancers in 2005, Sophie started calling Her Majesty ‘Mama’, and is claimed to have been like a second daughter to the UK’s longest reigning monarch.

Sophie, Countess of Wessex hugs Prince George of Wales

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She arrived with Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, for the service at Westminster Abbey this morning, and completed the fashion with a pair of suede, black excessive heels and a curved black hat embellished with black flowers.

See the entire arrivals on the state funeral right here

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