Princess Anne was dressed to impress when she attended a service of Thanksgiving to mark the centenary of The Royal British Legion at London's Westminster Abbey on Tuesday.
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The royal was spotted in a smart all-purple ensemble as she arrived at the ceremony alongside her mother the Queen, ready to celebrate the Royal British Legion's landmark milestone. The 71-year-old royal opted for a beautiful wool coat with contrasting lapel detailing, worn layered over a simple dress. Anne completed the look with a fabulous hat boasting ribbon and feather embellishment in the exact same vibrant shade as her jacket's collar.
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She accessorised with her favourite double pearl strand choker necklace and proudly displayed her RBL brooch, a nod to her role as President of the Women's Section of The Royal British Legion.
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The Queen and the Princess Royal are leading the nation in marking the 100th anniversary of the organisation, which supports the nation's armed forces, veterans and the wider military family.
The legion is famed for its annual poppy appeal, which encourages public donations in return for the red flower pin to commemorate the UK's war dead.
Princess Anne looked wonderful in purple
RBL supporters, volunteers and partner organisations will also be sat in the pews for the service led by the Dean of Westminster, Dr. David Hoyle.
Princess Anne will give a scripture reading on the theme of service, and there will be a rededication from the RBL's national president, reaffirming the legion's commitment to its work.
The Princess Royal was joined by her mother the Queen
The Princess Royal was last seen last Friday when she paid a visit to St Barnabas Church of England Primary School in Worcester, where HRH planted a tree as part of the Queen's Green Canopy initiative.
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Dressed for autumn, Anne wore an on-trend blue and green tartan dress, wrapping up warm in a red button-up coat complete with navy gloves.
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