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Queen Elizabeth: The surprising colour she NEVER wore!

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Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was known to sport the brightest of colours when she attended public events, however there is one colour the monarch never wore.

My favourite thing she ever said was, “I can never wear beige because nobody will know who I am,” according to royal biographer Robert Hardman.

The British author claimed that while relaxing at home, the Queen wore muted colours, but not when attending formal public engagements.

One of the Queen’s most memorable outfits was her lime green suit that she wore as she travelled to Cheshire with Meghan Markle.

One of her most recognisable looks may have been the lime green suit Diana donned when she and Meghan Markle travelled to Cheshire.

Her first journey with the Duchess of Sussex after marrying Prince Harry was the highly-publicized event.

Her Majesty frequently wore lime green, as well as bright pink, magenta, and canary yellow tones, as well as many tints of orange.

When the Queen attended a religious service at Crathie Church in 2018, she wore a toffee-colored coat and cap along with a deeper lip colour.

The Queen accessorised her outfit with a gold brooch in addition to a string of pearls, which was captured on video while she was being driven to the church.

Even while Her Majesty doesn’t frequently wear orange, she has been spotted wearing it in the past, albeit usually in a milder hue.

When she attended the Royal Academy of Arts in London on March 20 of the same year, she was spotted wearing blood-orange makeup.

Prior to that, in October 2015, The Queen went to the QIPCO British Champions Day racing event at Ascot Racecourse wearing a brighter shade of orange once more.

The Queen can also be seen wearing orange in old photographs when she visited India in 1997 without wearing shoes.

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