Peter Phillips attended Sunday night’s star-studded Coronation concert with his family, which included his daughters and girlfriend. The 45-year-old son of Princess Anne appeared unhurried as he arrived at the performance with his girlfriend Lindsay Wallace and his two children, Savannah, 12, and Isla, 11.
Lindsay, who was sat next to Peter, looked stunning in a hot pink midi dress and was seen taking shots of the audience before the event.
The dress appeared to be the “Poppy Dress – Bright Pink” from Claire Mischevani. This dress retails for a whopping £795.
The definition of the dress says: “The Poppy dress, a tailored fit, with fitted sleeves, softly cut flared skirt, for the most flattering silhouette. Now available in bright pink suitable for any fun occasion.”
Royal fan @Anshella22586 tweeted: “I’m loving Lindsay’s dress.”
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Lindsay, who has voluminous blonde hair, curled it with a centre parting and could also be seen carrying a silver clutch bag.
She looked fantastic in the form-fitting hot pink dress, meaning all eyes were on her in the royal box.
Her boyfriend, the father-of-two Peter Phillips sported a navy suit, a white shirt, a red and blue tie, and a fresh white shirt at the Coronation concert.
His eldest daughter Savannah stepped out at the concert wearing a Zara Kids open knit cardigan in the colour Ecru.
The King and Queen said they were “profoundly grateful,” according to a palace official, for everyone who helped plan the festivities and ceremony as well as the attendees.
Around 20,000 members of the general public joined the King, Queen, and Royal Family at the musical event.
Prince William, the heir to the throne, spoke at the occasion on the grounds of Windsor Castle. Kensington Palace shared behind-the-scenes images of the Prince during the dress rehearsals.
Hugh Bonneville, who played Paddington and Downton Abbey’s Hugh Bonneville, served as the show’s host. In addition, Tom Cruise and explorer Bear Grylls made video messages to the audience.