The dress worn by the Queen for her Coronation at Westminster Abbey is set to go on display at Windsor Castle to celebrate her Platinum Jubilee.
Her Majesty’s Coronation dress, which was designed by British couturier Sir Norman Hartnell, is made from white duchesse satin.
It is famously embroidered with the emblems of the seven independent states of which she were to become monarch, as well as those of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, with gold and silver thread.
The embroidery also features pastel-coloured silks, as well as seed pearls, sequins and crystals.
The lavish gown, worn by Her Majesty at her Coronation in 1953, will go on show at Windsor Castle between July 7th and 2022 September 26th
Her Majesty wearing her Coronation dress, designed by British…
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