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The queen was welcomed with glamorous guests and members of the Cricket World Cup teams at her annual royal garden party at Buckingham Palace, dressed in a sync ensemble sartorial

The queen was welcomed with glamorous guests and members of the Cricket World Cup teams for her annual royal garden party at Buckingham Palace today.

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The royal, 93, seemed stylish in sartorially apt ensemble – a coordinated pink jacket and hat with flower embellishment, reflecting the long-awaited soiree theme.

Once the expert dresser, the queen completed her perfect ensemble with an elegant array of pearls, an impressive diamond brooch and white gloves.

Coordinating her umbrella with the outfit and wearing her favorite black Launer bag, the queen was seen as greeting guests, flanked by Harry.

Harry, 34, who welcomed baby Archie with wife Meghan, 37, at the start of the month, took a break from parenthood to join his grandmother when greeting guests at the event.

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The queen was welcomed with glamorous guests and members of the Cricket World Cup teams at her annual royal garden party at Buckingham Palace, dressed in a sync ensemble sartorial

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The queen was welcomed with glamorous guests and members of the Cricket World Cup teams at her annual royal garden party at Buckingham Palace, dressed in a sync ensemble sartorial

The Queen, 93, looked stylish in an ensemble that matched the floral theme - a coordinated pink jacket and hat with floral decorations, even matching her umbrella with the outfit

The Queen, 93, looked stylish in an ensemble that matched the floral theme - a coordinated pink jacket and hat with floral decorations, even matching her umbrella with the outfit

The Queen, 93, looked stylish in an ensemble that matched the floral theme – a coordinated pink jacket and hat with floral decorations, even matching her umbrella with the outfit

Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Harry greet guests at the Queen & # 39; s Garden Party at Buckingham Palace

Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Harry greet guests at the Queen & # 39; s Garden Party at Buckingham Palace

Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Harry greet guests at the Queen & # 39; s Garden Party at Buckingham Palace

Dressed in a smart black suit and a fresh white shirt, the Duke of Sussex looked neat when he shook hands with England, cricket captain Eoin Morgan, Australia captain Aaron Finch, the captain of Bangladesh Masrafe Bin Mortaza and the Indian captain Virat Kohli.

The leaders of the teams participating in the ICC Cricket World Cup were seen for a photo in the 1844 Room at Buckingham Palace in London, prior to the Opening Party on the Mall.

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Well-heard guests were seen wearing their best happy rags while braving the rain to join the line for the third royal garden party of the season.

Buckingham Palace's annual garden parties, begun in the 1860s by Queen Victoria, are a way to acknowledge and reward public service and to make people from all walks of life enjoy high tea on the lawn to the sound of a military band.

The leaders of the teams participating in the ICC Cricket World Cup were seen for a photo in the 1844 Room at Buckingham Palace in London, prior to the Opening Party on the Mall. Back row from the left, Sarfaraz Ahmed in Pakistan, Francois du Plessis in South Africa, Masrafe Bin Mortaza in Bangladesh, Dimuth Karunaratne in Sri Lanka, Kane Williamson in New Zealand and Gulibin Naib in Afghanistan. Front row from the left, West Indies & Jason Holder, Aaron Finch from Australia, Eoin Morgan from England and Virat Kohli from India.

The leaders of the teams participating in the ICC Cricket World Cup were seen for a photo in the 1844 Room at Buckingham Palace in London, prior to the Opening Party on the Mall. Back row from the left, Sarfaraz Ahmed in Pakistan, Francois du Plessis in South Africa, Masrafe Bin Mortaza in Bangladesh, Dimuth Karunaratne in Sri Lanka, Kane Williamson in New Zealand and Gulibin Naib in Afghanistan. Front row from the left, West Indies & Jason Holder, Aaron Finch from Australia, Eoin Morgan from England and Virat Kohli from India.

The leaders of the teams participating in the ICC Cricket World Cup were seen for a photo in the 1844 Room at Buckingham Palace in London, prior to the Opening Party on the Mall. Back row from the left, Sarfaraz Ahmed in Pakistan, Francois du Plessis in South Africa, Masrafe Bin Mortaza in Bangladesh, Dimuth Karunaratne in Sri Lanka, Kane Williamson in New Zealand and Gulibin Naib in Afghanistan. Front row from the left, West Indies & Jason Holder, Aaron Finch from Australia, Eoin Morgan from England and Virat Kohli from India.

Upbeat! The queen beamed as she greeted the guests outside

Upbeat! The queen beamed as she greeted the guests outside

Queen Elizabeth II meets England cricket captain Eoin Morgan (center), Bangladesh captain Masrafe Bin Mortaza (left) and India captain Virat Kohli (right)
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Queen Elizabeth II meets England cricket captain Eoin Morgan (center), Bangladesh captain Masrafe Bin Mortaza (left) and India captain Virat Kohli (right)

Upbeat! The queen beamed as she greeted the guests outside, on the left, before entering, to meet the cricket captain of England, Eoin Morgan (center), the Bengali captain Masrafe Bin Mortaza (left) and the Indian captain Virat Kohli (right)

Prince Harry was seen when he met members of the English, Bengali, and Indian cricket teams when he was present today at the Queen's annual Royal Garden Party at Buckingham Palace.

Prince Harry was seen when he met members of the English, Bengali, and Indian cricket teams when he was present today at the Queen's annual Royal Garden Party at Buckingham Palace.

Prince Harry was seen when he met members of the English, Bengali, and Indian cricket teams when he was present today at the Queen's annual Royal Garden Party at Buckingham Palace.

Once the expert dresser, the queen completed her perfect ensemble with an elegant pearl necklace, an impressive diamond brooch and white gloves

Once the expert dresser, the queen completed her perfect ensemble with an elegant pearl necklace, an impressive diamond brooch and white gloves

The queen came out before she went in to greet the cricket team
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The queen came out before she went in to greet the cricket team

Once the expert dresser, the queen completed her perfect ensemble with an elegant row of pearls, an impressive diamond brooch and white gloves, on the left, before she entered to greet the cricket team

The duke of Sussex meets the cricket captain from Bangladesh, Masrafe Bin Mortaza (second left), the English captain Eoin Morgan (center) and the Indian captain Virat Kohli (right)

The duke of Sussex meets the cricket captain from Bangladesh, Masrafe Bin Mortaza (second left), the English captain Eoin Morgan (center) and the Indian captain Virat Kohli (right)

The duke of Sussex meets the cricket captain from Bangladesh, Masrafe Bin Mortaza (second left), the English captain Eoin Morgan (center) and the Indian captain Virat Kohli (right)

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Every year the Queen invites 30,000 people to attend the parties, and last year 8,000 guests attended the first soiree of the season earlier this month at Buckingham Palace.

The garden party is the third summer this summer, with two more planned for June and July, one of which will be held at Holyrood Palace.

For the occasion, men are asked to wear morning clothes or lounge suits while women are invited to wear a & # 39; day dress, usually with hats or fascinators & # 39 ;.

Queen Elizabeth II meets guests at a Royal Garden Party at Buckingham Palace in London

Queen Elizabeth II meets guests at a Royal Garden Party at Buckingham Palace in London

Queen Elizabeth II meets guests at a Royal Garden Party at Buckingham Palace in London

The Duke of Sussex meets Australia's cricket captain Aaron Finch (center), Afghan captain Gulbadin Naib (left) and the Bengali captain Masrafe Bin Mortaza (right)

The Duke of Sussex meets Australia's cricket captain Aaron Finch (center), Afghan captain Gulbadin Naib (left) and the Bengali captain Masrafe Bin Mortaza (right)

The Duke of Sussex meets Australia's cricket captain Aaron Finch (center), Afghan captain Gulbadin Naib (left) and the Bengali captain Masrafe Bin Mortaza (right)

Well-heard guests were seen wearing their best happy rags as they braved the rain to join the queue for the annual Queen's Royal Garden Party - the third of this season.

Well-heard guests were seen wearing their best happy rags as they braved the rain to join the queue for the annual Queen's Royal Garden Party - the third of this season.

Well-heard guests were seen wearing their best happy rags as they braved the rain to join the queue for the annual Queen's Royal Garden Party – the third of this season.

The garden parties are an important way for the royal family to speak to a wide range of people from all walks of life, all of whom have had a positive impact on their community.

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Approximately 27,000 cups of tea, 20,000 sandwiches and 20,000 slices of cake are consumed at each Garden Party.

The garden party tradition was started in the 1860s by Queen Victoria, who & # 39; have breakfast & # 39; called.

Queen Elizabeth II meets West Indian cricket captain Jason Holder (right), South Africa cricket captain Francois du Plessis (left) and Sri Lanka captain Dimuth Karunaratne (center)

Queen Elizabeth II meets West Indian cricket captain Jason Holder (right), South Africa cricket captain Francois du Plessis (left) and Sri Lanka captain Dimuth Karunaratne (center)

Queen Elizabeth II meets West Indian cricket captain Jason Holder (right), South Africa cricket captain Francois du Plessis (left) and Sri Lanka captain Dimuth Karunaratne (center)

Queen Elizabeth II meets England cricket captain Eoin Morgan (second right), Afghanistan captain Gulbadin Naib (left), Australia captain Aaron Finch (second left), Bangladesh captain Masrafe Bin Mortaza (third left) and India captain Virat Kohli (right)

Queen Elizabeth II meets England cricket captain Eoin Morgan (second right), Afghanistan captain Gulbadin Naib (left), Australia captain Aaron Finch (second left), Bangladesh captain Masrafe Bin Mortaza (third left) and India captain Virat Kohli (right)

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Queen Elizabeth II meets England cricket captain Eoin Morgan (second right), Afghanistan captain Gulbadin Naib (left), Australia captain Aaron Finch (second left), Bangladesh captain Masrafe Bin Mortaza (third left) and India captain Virat Kohli (right)

Beef pigs guard the guard while Queen Elizabeth II (L) greets guests at the Queen & # 39; s Garden Party at Buckingham Palace

Beef pigs guard the guard while Queen Elizabeth II (L) greets guests at the Queen & # 39; s Garden Party at Buckingham Palace

Beef pigs guard the guard while Queen Elizabeth II (L) greets guests at the Queen & # 39; s Garden Party at Buckingham Palace

Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Harry walk down the stairs to greet guests at the Queen's Garden Party at Buckingham Palace

Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Harry walk down the stairs to greet guests at the Queen's Garden Party at Buckingham Palace

Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Harry walk down the stairs to greet guests at the Queen's Garden Party at Buckingham Palace

Harry, 34, who welcomed baby Archie with wife Meghan, 37, at the start of the month, all in the photo, took a break from parenting duties to attend his grandmother's annual celebration
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Harry, 34, who welcomed baby Archie with wife Meghan, 37, at the start of the month, all in the photo, took a break from parenting duties to attend his grandmother's annual celebration

Harry, 34, who welcomed baby Archie with wife Meghan, 37, at the start of the month, all in the photo, took a break from parenting duties to attend his grandmother's annual celebration

Every year the Queen invites 30,000 people to participate in the parties and last year 8,000 guests attended the first soiree of the season, held earlier this month in Buckingham Palace.

Every year the Queen invites 30,000 people to participate in the parties and last year 8,000 guests attended the first soiree of the season, held earlier this month in Buckingham Palace.

Every year the Queen invites 30,000 people to participate in the parties and last year 8,000 guests attended the first soiree of the season, held earlier this month in Buckingham Palace.

uests gather on the lawn during the Queen & # 39; s Garden Party at Buckingham Palace

uests gather on the lawn during the Queen & # 39; s Garden Party at Buckingham Palace

uests gather on the lawn during the Queen & # 39; s Garden Party at Buckingham Palace

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