All eyes were on the royal family as they arrived at St George's Chapel in Windsor for the Easter Mattins Service on Sunday, but one fashion-forward royal in particular delighted onlookers with their striking floral dress.
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Lady Louise Windsor, the 18-year-old daughter of Sophie Wessex and Prince Edward looked immaculate to attend the annual service. The radiant young royal donned the chicest dress from Hush, complete with an open neckline, sophisticated long sleeves and a vibrant floral print in a feminine pink hue.
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Lady Louise wore her blonde hair in natural curls, rocking a half-up, half-down style beneath a structured cream beret. Such a chic ensemble!
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The trendy royal channelled her mother's penchant for prints and figure-flattering frocks, stepping out alongside the Countess of Wessex who wore a similar floral frock.
Royal fans were quick to comment on a photo of Louise posted to royal fan account @royalfashionpolice. "Aww she looks lovely! Love the dress!! Looking so ladylike and grown up these days!" commented one fan, as another penned: "I agree. She looks fabulous."
"Pretty and stylish young lady," quipped a third royal fan.
Louise's exact dress has since sold out, but we're loving this similar style from Hush made from semi-sheer chiffon - the ultimate spring staple!
Tamara Sheer Maxi Dress, £119, Hush
The last time Lady Louise was photographed in public was at Prince Philip's memorial service held at Westminster Abbey. The fashionable royal wore a sophisticated navy blue dress complete with a flattering skater skirt and square neckline, layered with a royal blue cardigan.
She accessorised her outfit with a beaded blue clutch and striking blue fascinator, adding layers of silver jewellery.
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The young royal was sure to pay tribute to her late grandfather too, opting to wear her equestrian brooch – a nod to her and Philip's shared passion for horse riding, in particular carriage riding, which the teenager has taken up in recent years.
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