At the G7 reception, Queen Elizabeth II dresses for summer in a floral gown with a gold brooch.
This evening, QUEEN ELIZABETH II hosted a reception at the Eden Project. The monarch wore a floral outfit to match the pleasant weather.
The banquet was attended by Queen Elizabeth II, Kate Middleton, and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. In a floral dress, she went for a more laid-back style.
The G7 meeting officially opened today in Cornwall, with leaders arriving.
The summit will bring together leaders from the United Kingdom, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, and the United States.
This evening, the Queen hosted them all in Cornwall for a reception.
The queen was dressed in a long-sleeved gown with a high neckline.
Pink and green flowers adorned the white gown.
White gloves were also used by Queen Elizabeth II.
She was carrying a little black Launer purse on her left arm.
The princess is known for wearing brooches to finish off her outfits, and she wore a gold and diamond piece for the occasion.
Her distinctive pearl necklace was also worn.
Three rows of pearls make up the jewelry, which Queen Elizabeth II frequently wears.
The monarch was seen arriving with other Royal Family members.
She passed her son, Prince Charles, the future King.
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Kate Middleton, and Prince William trailed close behind.
Kate, too, opted for a tropical gown to match the weather.
She was dressed in a bright white coat dress with a fit and flare silhouette.
Long sleeves and a deep v-neckline with two white buttons at the front adorned the gown.
Kate’s gown featured a fitted bodice with a pleated skirt that flared out from the waist.
She elected to wear her legs naked because the skirt was cut off at the knee.
The Duchess of Cambridge completed her ensemble with a pair of closed toe nude heels.
She was seen with a little envelope clutch purse in her hand.
The sequence in which each member of the Royal Family ascends to the throne is determined by the line of succession to the British monarchy.
It is also regarded as a ranking of importance, with the Queen, as head of the line, assuming the role as monarch.
Children who are older take precedence over those who are younger. Traditionally, boys were given priority over girls, but the rule was altered on March 26, 2015, just before Prince William’s first child was born.
According to “Brinkwire Summary News,” Catholics are still banned from the line of succession.