Lady Sarah Chatto paid tribute to the Queen today at her state funeral at Westminster Abbey. Dressed from top-to-toe in black, royal fans spotted Sarah had donned a very special jewel for the occasion.
The floral diamond brooches Sarah wore appeared to be from the collection of her late mother, Princess Margaret.
Twitter user @coutureroyals wrote: “Lady Sarah and Daniel Chatto arriving at Westminster Abbey for Queen Elizabeth II’s State Funeral.
“Sarah is Queen Elizabeth’s niece and she is wearing the Snowdon Floral Brooches from her late mum, Princess Margaret”.
The Snowdon Floral Brooches were given to Princess Margaret by her ex-husband Antony Armstrong-Jones to mark their wedding in 1960.
The Queen traditionally lent royals a tiara from her personal collection for their wedding days.
But like her mother Margaret, Sarah opted to break the mould with her wedding day attire.
Princess Margaret famously wore a tiara she had purchased herself for her wedding in 1960.
The Poltimore Tiara, a tall structured piece adorned with glistening diamonds, made quite the statement as Margaret walked down the aisle at Westminster Abbey.