Orange you a sight for sore eyes! Lady Amelia Windsor, 27, sports a vibrant tie-dye hoodie as she poses for a selfie – days after attending the Queen’s funeral at Westminster Abbey
Amelia Windsor posted a photo of herself in an outfit a world away from her black mourning clothes at the state funeral of the Queen on Monday.
Amelia, 27, is the second daughter and youngest child of George Windsor, Earl of St Andrews and 43rd in line for the throne.
The model, dubbed the ‘most beautiful royal,’ looked tranquil yesterday as she posted a mirror selfie of herself in a tie-dye hoodie.
Amelia tagged the Irish designer Zoe Jordan, who made the colourful top, in her post as she posed in front of neon signs of lipstick, a love heart and a pair of lips.
Amelia Windsor, 27, dubbed the ‘most beautiful royal,’ looked tranquil yesterday as she posted a mirror selfie of herself in a tie-dye hoodie
Amelia is the second daughter and youngest child of George Windsor, Earl of St Andrews and 43rd in line for the throne, and was among the members of the extended royal family who attended the Monarch’s emotional farewell in London and Windsor
Just a day after the funeral she went to a flea market and was spotted in more casual clothing as she relaxed in a pair of cargo pants and a puffer jacket.
Amelia, who is known for her love of sustainable fashion, bought a bag by Oshana, a collective of Syrian refugees selling handmade accessories and homeware and showcased it on her Instagram account, alongside other pictures from her day.
‘Off to the market. Thank you @oshana_co for this gorgeous handmade bag created by a brilliant craftswoman named Dalal,’ the royal, who is the Duke of Kent’s granddaughter, posted.
‘Oshana work with Syrian refugee craftswomen, celebrating their fantastic artisanal skills in exquisite homeware and fashion pieces,’ she added.
The stylist royal shared a snap of herself holding the colourful bag she had just purchased in her snap.
She was wearing a brown corduroy trousers with black trainers, and a light yellow jacket that had a fuzzy blue collar.
Amelia revealed she went to a flea market on Tuesday after attending the Queen’s funeral on Monday
Amelia shared another picture of her visit to the market where she and a friend posed in front of a mirror, among a selection of other homeware items
A third pictured showed a frame cross stitch work representing a tropical landscape. Amelia has spoken in the past of her love of quirky accessories and art, and loves to decorate the apartment she shares with her sister, Marina in Notting Hill
Her blonde locks cascaded straight down her shoulders and the natural beauty sported a fresh-faced look without any makeup.
Amelia shared another picture of her visit to the market where she and a friend posed in front of a mirror, among a selection of other homeware items.
A third pictured showed a frame cross stitch work representing a tropical landscape.
Amelia has spoken in the past of her love of quirky accessories and art, and loves to decorate the apartment she shares with her sister, Marina in Notting Hill.
Amelia and her siblings were among the mourners at Westminster Abbey during the Queen’s funeral.
The Tatler cover girl is 43rd in line to the throne and was famously dubbed ‘the most beautiful member of the royal family’ when the magazine launched her into the spotlight in 2016.
Lady Amelia, her older sister Lady Marina, and her brother Edward Windsor are the grandchildren of the Queen’s first cousin, the Duke of Kent.
The beautiful royal made her debut into society after leaving St Mary’s Ascot at the age of 18, alongside Italian aristocrat Donna Melusine Ruspoli and Indian royal Princess Akshita Bhanj Deo, at the Bal des Debutantes in 2013.
Lady Amelia Windsor (pictured) was one of the many extended members of the royal family to attend the Queen’s funeral at Westminster Abbey
Like many other royals, Amelia has a philanthropic attitude to business and a passion for climate activism and is an ambassador for the non-profit organisation No More Plastic and has worked with Fashion Roundtable, a sustainable fashion outlet.
The model lives with her sister, 29, in Notting Hill and often shares snaps of herself practicing yoga and meditation.
But much like other millennials, the beauty loves nothing more than to relax at home, cooking pasta and taking care of her plants in a flat carefully curated with family mementos and quirky artwork.
The royal was snubbed by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in 2018 when she failed to receive an invitation to the ‘wedding of the year.’
The 27-year-old, who is 43rd in line to the throne was famously dubbed ‘the most beautiful member of the royal family’ by Tatler magazine, which featured her on its cover in 2016
The 27-year-old, who attended the service with her parents and 29-year-old sister Lady Marina, donned an all-black outfit, including a fascinator with veil for the sombre occasion
However, she was amongst the mourners paying their respects to the Monarch yesterday.
On an highly emotional occasion for Britain and the world, the Queen was carried in her oak coffin to the gun carriage used by her parents and was followed through Parliament Square by her son, the King, and her relatives including the Prince of Wales and Duke of Sussex. Andrew, the Duke of York, appeared to be crying.
Outside the Abbey an estimated 2 million people are in central London along procession routes and watching on big screens.
The State Gun Carriage carrying the Queen’s coffin began its funeral procession from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey at around 10.45am, arriving just before 11am.
A single toll from Big Ben signalled the start of the service at Westminster Abbey, where kings and queens have been crowned and buried since 1066. Her Majesty will be laid to rest at Windsor next to her beloved husband Prince Philip and her parents, George VI and the Queen Mother.
Despite the huge crowds, there was absolute silence as around 200 pipers and drummers of Scottish and Irish Regiments, the Brigade of Gurkhas and RAF played as the procession went through Parliament Square. The Queen’s own piper played a lament that echoed through the heart of London.