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her mourning dress for the Queen’s funeral

The funeral of the Queen Elizabeth II took place on Monday September 19 at Westminster Abbey in London. The French presidential couple Emmanuel and Brigitte Macron had been invited by the British royal family. Several leaders from around the world had made the trip to the capital of the United Kingdom. It was time for everyone to pay their last respects to the deceased, and also perhaps to meet the new King Charles III.

Both dressed in black, Emmanuel and Brigitte Macron entered the ceremony grounds shortly before 11 a.m. The couple were on time to attend the funeral mass in honor of Queen Elizabeth II. They stood with many politicians around the world. The American President Joe Biden and his wife Jill Biden, the King of Spain or even the President of the European Commission were present.

Brigitte Macron, a black and chic bereaved style

Brigitte Macron was very chic in her mourning attire. She wore a long Louis Vuitton coat. The first lady of France particularly likes the luxury brand. At the moment, we regularly see her wearing the new pieces of the fashion house. This coat gave her a 100% “Frenchy” look to bid farewell to the Queen of England.

To perfect her style, Brigitte Macron is of course out with accessories. She complemented her bereaved style with a hat paired with a black veil of the Michel house. She also wore dark leather gloves of the Fabre house. They are made of lamb leather from Aveyron and lined with silk.

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In terms of her hairstyle, Brigitte Macron had opted for her famous domed bun, which she wore low, just on the nape of the neck. Her blonde locks were elegantly tied up. Under her Fabre hat also fell her wispy bangs. This new hairstyle changes from its mid-length square that it often leaves detached, always very well done.

At 69, Brigitte Macron is a woman of great presence. Alongside her husband Emmanuel Macron, the first lady is naturally elegant. Always very close, the couple did not let go of their hands for a second. covered in blackthey paid their last respects to Queen Elizabeth II who died at the age of 96, on September 8, 2022.

According France 24the French president is said to have told the journalists present: “We share the pain of the British. » Emmanuel Macron had chosen to offer as a present to the family, a Photo album retracing the Queen’s official visits to France. The late Elizabeth II had frequently visited France. Her first official visit was in 1948 when she was just a princess.

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