The Chelsea Flower Show is back with a bang for 2022 and we couldn't be more delighted! Covid-19 caused the show to be postponed and adapted over the last two years, so it's fabulous to see it return to all its glory. On Monday, the royals were out in force to enjoy the first day of the famous horticultural display.
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The much-loved show is held in its usual location; the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea, in London. The Countess of Wessex arrived alongside her husband, Prince Edward and looked absolutely stunning in her outfit.
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The blonde royal rocked a stunning light pink blazer with matching trousers by one of her favourite designer brands, Victoria Beckham. The blazer is part of the brand's new collection and costs £923.00.
Sophie looked stunning in her pink Victoria Beckham suit
She wore simple jewellery and wore her hair in a tied back style. Princess Beatrice was also at the famous event, wearing a toile dress by Reformation.
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Although there isn't a dress code, generally, guests are usually well-dressed as it's kind of an unspoken rule that everyone follows.
Victoria Beckham double-breasted blazer, £923, Farfetch
Sophie loves the show and often frequents it. Last year, she attended the first autumn RHS Chelsea Flower Show, looking show-stopping in a white Victoria Beckham dress and matching wedges from Penelope Chilvers. So chic.
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Principles Edge To Edge Ruched Sleeve Tailored Blazer, £49.00, Debenhams
One of our favourite looks she has worn, was back in 2019. She rocked a green floral dress which she teamed with a white shawl and white summer heels. It really made her stand out.
The Queen looked incredible wearing a pink coat
It was wonderful to see Her Majesty The Queen. She looked perfectly lovely in her outfit, which was also pink! Her outfit was by Stewart Parvin, consisting of a pink lemonade coat and an ivory silk dress. The monarch carried her favourite Launer London bag.
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The Queen has been patron of the Royal Horticultural Society since her reign began in 1952, and has been a regular at the Chelsea Flower Show ever since.
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