Why Princess Anne Wore Admiral Uniform For Queen’s Coffin Procession

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Why Princess Anne Wore Admiral Uniform For Queen's Coffin Procession

The 72-year-old royal, who is
an honorary Rear Admiral, traveled on foot from the Palace of Holyroodhouse to
St. Giles’ Cathedral Royal Navy alongside her brothers Prince Edward and Prince
Andrew, as well as the new King Charles III. 

The Queen’s daughter looked
resplendent in her military attire, proudly displaying her eleven medals.

Princess Anne pictured with King Charles, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward

Princess Anne pictured with King Charles, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward

She carries out hundreds of
engagements with her military patronages and affiliations every year and
usually tops the hardest working royal list.

Princess Anne’s full-sized
medals are as follows: the Queen’s Service Order, the Coronation
Medal, the Silver Jubilee Medal, the Golden Jubilee Medal,
the Diamond Jubilee Medal, the Platinum Jubilee Medal, the Long
Service and Good Conduct Medal (Royal Navy), the Canadian Forces
Decoration, Order of St John Service Medal, and the New Zealand 1990
Medal.

The Princess Royal proudly displayed her medals

The Princess Royal proudly displayed her medals

She also sported a thistle
sash and thistle star, representing the Order of the Thistle, the greatest
order of chivalry in Scotland.

Following the procession, Her
Majesty’s coffin will Rest for 24 hours, with members of the public able to pay
their respects inside the cathedral from 5pm.

 

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