This afternoon, sister Princess Eugenie and Princes Beatrice, alongside their cousin Prince Harry, attended the Queen's final garden party of the summer.
And the event, held at Buckingham Palace, saw a huge amount of royal family members turn out in force to meet guests.
Not only did the York sisters and Harry attend, but so too did the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, The Duke of Kent, and Prince and Princess Michael of Kent.
Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie co-ordinated with the Queen for the slightly damp garden party, with their pink hued outfits matching the monarch’s all-pink ensemble.
While Eugenie opted for a simple, pleated blush pink Sandro Paris gown, at the more affordable price of £352, Beatrice decided on a ruffled floral creation, estimated to cost around £1,300.
29-year-old Eugenie also wore a matching pink headband, in a style the Duchess of Cambridge has favoured recently, while Beatrice followed suit with a deep maroon headband too.
Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson’s daughters were perfectly matching with their grandmother, who wore one of her signature coats and hats in a vibrant pink.
Fans loved the York sisters outfits, with many commenting on them online. One said, ‘The princesses looked beautiful! I particularly like Eugenie’s dress, lovely color’
While another agreed, ‘I’m most happy to see the York sisters today along side the Queen! 🌸’, and a third wrote, ‘The Princesses of York look so elegant’.
The Duke of Sussex broke away from the monarch’s colour-scheme however, donning a dapper suit and waistcoat, complete with a simple blue tie.
The new father left his wife Meghan and son Archie behind in Windsor for the London engagement, as the Duchess of Sussex is currently on maternity leave.
Daily Mail’s royal reporter Rebecca English stated that this is the Queen’s last garden party of the season. Garden parties have been a royal tradition since the 1860s, and the Buckingham Palace grounds welcome around 30,000 visitors for them every year.
Each garden party sees guest consume around 27,000 cups of tea, 2,000 slices of cake, and 20,000 sandwiches. Sounds like a brilliant day to us!