Minutes before Meghan Markle took her 2.6 mile-long walk down the aisle in a stunning Givenchy number, Queen Elizabeth II pulled up to the St. George's Chapel with her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, looking spritely in lime silk tweed coat by Stewart Parvin and a coordinating hat by Angela Kelly. We can't say we're surprised by her Majesty's bright ensemble, granted that in her 65-year reign, she has sported dozens of bold shades, from fuchsia to lemon to royal blue.
Stewart Parvin, a British bridal designer and the official royal dressmaker, was responsible for the Queen's vivacious ensemble, which boasted a lovely summer garden party aesthetic and also made it all the more known that at age 92, the Queen is a "cool grandma" who's not shy about wearing highlighter hues. Underneath the neon topper, the Queen opted for a floral dress with purple accents, accessorized with satin white gloves, sensible black shoes and a necklet of pearls. To literally top it all off, she also wore a boater-style hat by milliner Angela Kelly, adorned with purple feather and flower accents.