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Duchess Sophie oozed elegance as she stepped out in Edinburgh on Wednesday to attend the Order of the Thistle Service at St Giles’ Cathedral, where her husband, Prince Edward, was formally installed as a Royal Knight of the Thistle.

The Duchess of Edinburgh looked chic in a baby pink crepe dress by Suzannah London (£2,390) which she paired with a pair of nude heels by Prada.

To complete her look, Sophie donned a Jane Taylor white wide-brimmed hat, which she previously wore at Royal Ascot in 2019 and a clutch in a blush hue.

For accessories, the royal chose a pair of platinum diamond hoop earrings by G Collins & Sons (£24,500), a pendant necklace and two dainty bracelets.

While royal fans liked Sophie’s overall look, there were several who pinpointed a key detail missing.

One user wrote on Instagram: “The dress itself is amazing, but somehow it , on her, lacks something.”

Another one agreed: “The dress has such potential to look great but the lack of support ruins the silhouette. The whole band under the bust really should be lying flat against her ribs/chest.”

While a third one noted: “It is not a bad dress and she looks good, but she needed a different bra/shapewear.”

A fourth one opined: “Pretty dress. Very appropriate for her age. Her droopy shoulders makes it a unpleasant fit.(sic)”

Lastly, a fifth commented: “I like the outfit but find the dress’ ribbon? hits funny under the bust? It’s giving the illusion the bust can be lifted further? Maybe just the angle of the photos?”

Yesterday saw Queen Camilla and the Duke of Edinburgh become members of Scotland’s greatest order of chivalry along with leading figures of the nation’s life.

Camilla and Edward, who both have strong connections with Scottish institutions and charities, were formally installed as members of the Order of the Thistle during a service held at St Giles’ Cathedral in Edinburgh.

Leading human rights lawyer Baroness Helena Kennedy, forensic anthropologist Baroness Sue Black and Scotland’s first black professor Sir Geoff Palmer were also recognised for their contribution to Scotland and installed as either Ladies or Knights of the order.



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