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The Queen's Coronation outfits to go on display - Telegraph

Dress and robes designed by Norman Hartnell for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, June 1953 From the Royal Collection via the Telegra.

Queen Elizabeth II of UK

Queen Elizabeth II in Coronation Robes by Sir Herbert James Gunn, 1954 at Windsor Castle England

1823 Josefina of Sweden's wedding dress Royal Armoury Collection, Sweden

Wedding gown of Josephina of Sweden, 1823 The guys costume reminds me of a Disney prince.

Princess Diana in wedding dress

Diana, Princess of Wales and 9 other iconic brides. Lady Diana Spencer was born 1 July married 29 July divorced 28 August and died 31 August 1997 (aged The dress was designed by David and Elizabeth Emanuel.

The actual coronation gown of Queen Elizabeth I.  It is amazing it survived the English Civil War and Cromwell's wrath.  Most of Elizabeth's royal jewels and regalia were melted down or destroyed.

A reproduction costume of the actual coronation gown of Queen Elizabeth I. It is amazing it survived the English Civil War and Cromwell's wrath. Most of Elizabeth's royal jewels and regalia were melted down or destroyed.

Gorgeous Princess blue and pink gown

Beautiful dress, it's by a designer called Mak Tumang based in the Philippines.

The Coronation Dress and Robe by Norman Hartnell and Ede and Ravenscroft

Queen Elizabeth II Coronation Dress and Robe by Norman Hartnell and Ede and Ravenscroft on display at The annual Summer Opening of Buckingham Palace, Summer 2013

Coronation outfit (dress, mantle,  gloves), 1844, at the Royal Armory, Stockholm. Worn by Queen Josefina of Sweden, née Joséphine de Beauharnais (Leuchtenberg), for her coronation in Stockholm on September 28, 1844.

Coronation outfit (dress, mantle, gloves), 1844, at the Royal Armory, Stockholm. Worn by Queen Josefina of Sweden, née Joséphine de Beauharnais (Leuchtenberg), for her coronation in Stockholm on September 28, 1844.

Queen Elizabeth II's coronation took place on 2 June 1953. Ordered in October 1952, it took eight months of research, design and workmanship to make the intricate embroidery of her coronation gown. It featured the floral emblems of the countries of the United Kingdom and those of the other states within the Commonwealth of Nations, including the English Tudor rose, Scots thistle, Welsh leek, Irish shamrock, Canadian maple leaf, Australian wattle, New Zealand silver fern, South African…

Queen Elizabeth II& Coronation Dress, designed by Norman Hartnell and Coronation Robe made by Ede and Ravenscroft and embroidered by the Royal School of Needlework,

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