Royal fans are all saying the same thing about Pippa Middleton as she attends the coronation | The Sun
6th May 2023

ALL EYES are on the royal family as the nation celebrates King Charles’ coronation at Westminster Abbey. 

And royal fans are all saying the same thing after spotting Kate Middleton’s sister Pippa at the coronation ceremony. 

Pippa was seen in a lemon yellow wrap dress and an extravagant yellow headpiece, as she arrived at the venue with brother James. 

Royal watchers took to Twitter to gush over her stylish look, with one writing: “Pippa Middleton stealing the show again in lemon. Breathtaking.”

While another added: “Wow Pippa looks stunning.”

A third wrote: “Pippa looks lovely in yellow.”

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Pippa shares three children with her former professional racing driver and hedge fund manager husband James Matthews, who she tied the knot with in 2017.

On April 21, 2018, The Sun exclusively announced the couple were expecting their first child.

Arthur Michael William Matthews was born on October 15 weighing 8lb 9oz at the Lindo Wing.

Then on March 15, 2021, the couple welcomed their second child and their first daughter into the world – Grace Elizabeth Jane Matthews.

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In 2022, the family of four turned into a family of five when Pippa and James welcomed their third child – a baby girl named Rose.

Pippa made headlines in 2011 after holding sister Kate's wedding dress.

The now future Queen went against tradition and dressed Pippa in an ivory dress.

Today, Kate, 41, arrived at Westminster Abbey with Prince William, 41, Princess Charlotte, eight, and Prince Louis, five.

Prince George, nine, travelled separately from his family to the Abbey, with other Pages of Honour from Buckingham Palace.

Both eight-year-old Charlotte and the Princess of Wales opted for ivory silk crepe Alexander McQueen dresses for the celebration.

Kate and Charlotte’s outfits also feature a subtle nod to the United Kingdom in the embroidery. 

Their stylish dresses feature rose, thistle, daffodil and shamrock motifs to symbolise the four nations; England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Kate is also wearing a Jess Collett x Alexander McQueen Headpiece with silver bullion, crystal and silver thread work three-dimensional leaf embroidery.

While Princess Charlotte is wearing a matching headpiece by the same designer.

Kate also paid tribute to Princess Diana, wearing pearl and diamond earrings that belonged to the late royal. 

She paired the beautiful earrings with the George VI Festoon Necklace.

The necklace was made in 1950 at the request of King George VI for his daughter, Princess Elizabeth, who was crowned Queen in 1953.

King Charles has been joined by his family and world leaders at Westminster Abbey as he pledges his life to the country.

Prince Harry is among the group after he accepted an invitation for his dad's big day – although Meghan Markle is remaining in the US for Archie's birthday.

But the Duke of Sussex has been relegated to the third row amid a fallout with his dad and brother after the release of explosive biography Spare.

He will sit with Princess Eugenie, her husband Jack Brooksbank, the Queen's cousin Princess Alexandra, Princess Beatrice and her husband Edo Mapelli Mozzi.

Charles, 74, and Queen Camilla will be crowned in a spectacular ceremony expected to be watched by 350 million people.

The historic day will likely be poignant for Charles following the death of his "dear Mama" in September.

Aged just four, he watched in 1953 as the Queen dedicated herself to a life of service.

At the time, a young Charles probably could not have predicted waiting 70 years for his own coronation.

Over the years, the King has expressed a desire to thrust the royal family into the modern age, which will be reflected in today's service.

Charles has shunned the extravagant trappings of wealth seen in his own mother's £1.57million ceremony as he moves towards a stripped-back monarchy.

The guestlist has been slashed to just 2,000, compared to the Queen's 8,250, and the length of the service has been drastically reduced.

Even the dress code is different, with the King opting to wear military uniform instead of the silk stockings and breeches seen in the past.

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But he will still wear the sacred garments – including a crimson Robe of State made for his grandfather George VI’s coronation in 1937 as he first enters the Abbey.

Charles is the first king to be crowned in Britain since his grandfather King George VI on May 12, 1937.

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