It’s been quite the year for the Royal Family , with not one but two weddings, a new baby and another on the way in the new year. The Queen proved she was as style savvy as the younger royals with a surprise appearance at the Richard Quinn catwalk show, joining US Vogue editor Anna Wintour in the front row during London Fashion Week . The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge welcomed a third addition to their family with the birth of Prince Louis in April. While glimpses of Louis have been rare, his older siblings George and Charlotte have stolen the show on more than one occasion. The young royals are practically pros at page boy and bridesmaid duties. After announcing their engagement in November 2017, Prince Harry and former actress Meghan Markle tied the knot at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle on May 19, in a ceremony that was watched by an estimated 1.9 billion people around the world. It was a star-studded affair and Meghan wowed in her wedding dress by Clare Waight Keller and an evening gown by Stella McCartney. The pair have thrown themselves into their royal duties and charmed everyone they met during their royal tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand in October. The trip got off to an exciting start as the couple announced they’re expecting their first child next spring. Princess Eugenie also married her long-term boyfriend Jack Brooksbank at the same venue as her cousin Harry on October 12, and her proud mother Sarah, Duchess of York made her return to the fold. Kate came back from maternity leave in October and looks more confident in her role than ever. As well as joining forces with William at several engagements, she’s proven that the Kate effect is still in force with her fashion choices. The Prince of Wales celebrated his 70th birthday in November and there were plenty of family and public occasions to mark his milestone. And then of course, the Queen was joined by the rest of the royals to celebrate Christmas at Sandringham . Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Royal Wedding highlights: Best moments from Meghan and Harry’s big day, revisited Kate and Meghan’s Christmas Day outfits through the years in pictures Kate, Meghan and the rest of the royals arrive for the Queen’s Christmas lunch
Princess Eugenie’s style is a little more relaxed than senior members of the royal family. As ninth in line to the throne, the Queen’s 28-year-old granddaughter is not a full-time royal, which comes with some serious perks. Unlike her cousins, Princes William and Harry, Eugenie is allowed to have social media, a job outside of the royal family (she works at an art gallery in London), wear dark nail polish and doesn’t have to adhere to royal fashion protocol. ALSO SEE: Kate Middleton just wore holiday’s ‘it’ print for $645 — but you can wear it starting at $40 Case in point: Eugenie’s black faux-leather mini-dress. The newlywed recycled a 2015 shift dress from Topshop that costs less than $100 as she hosted an event at The Queen’s Gallery in London. Although the U.K. retailer is no longer carrying the design, check out our gallery for similar looks to nab her edgy, royal style! Looking for more gift ideas? Check out more of our gift guides right here . Let us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @ YahooStyleCA! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram .
For Princess Eugenie ’s royal wedding at Windsor Castle on Friday, fall fashion was in full bloom. The royal family attended wearing stunning monochromatic looks in rich jewel tones like ruby, sapphire, and emerald. Kate Middleton glowed in a deep raspberry A-line dress by Alexander McQueen with a matching ruby fascinator. The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle , was all smiles with Prince Harry, whom she married at the same altar just five months ago. For this occasion, she opted to wear a modest midnight blue coat and dress by Givenchy , the same label behind her wedding dress. Princess Eugenie’s sister, Princess Beatrice , wore blue as well — a two-piece sapphire-colored set by Ralph & Russo — the designer duo behind Markle’s engagement dress . Beatrice, who is typically known to wear extravagant fascinators , decided to wear a more minimalistic deep purple headband on the special day. The simple accessory complemented her classic, tailored look. The mother of the bride, Sarah Ferguson , aka Fergie, wore a gorgeous silk emerald wrap dress that featured a small train by her go-to designer, Emma Louise. She designed the dress Fergie wore at Meghan and Harry’s wedding too. Pippa Middleton , who is reportedly days away from giving birth , shined in her chic maternity look, wearing a long-sleeved emerald dress by Emilia Wickstead . From ruby red to sapphire blue to emerald green, the fall season’s color palette is crystal clear: It’s all about jewel tones. Picture yourself wearing a lavish ruby-colored A-line dress for Thanksgiving, an elegant emerald dress like Pippa’s or Fergie’s for Christmas, or a blue sapphire dress at your next office holiday cocktail party. Click ahead to see all of their outfits and how you can shop their looks to wear throughout the fall season and beyond. Yahoo Lifestyle may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page. Read more from Yahoo Lifestyle: • 12 bags that look like Meghan Markle’s ‘it’ purse — for less • Shop the best fall workwear from Ann Taylor, Target, and more • The best under-$500 wedding dresses to wear in 2019 Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.