(The Toronto Star | Toby Melville / Reuters)
Britain once again displayed its impressive penchant for pageantry at the official celebration of Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee last weekend. The Queen’s sons and grandsons also reminded the world how to dress in a manner truly befitting a once-in-a-lifetime celebration.
Black waistcoats seemed to be the order of the day for the male Royals seen here at the service of thanksgiving. (Zimbio.com | Matt Cardy/Getty Images Europe)
Prince Edward and his family arrive for the service of thanksgiving. (The Toronto Star | David Moir / Reuters)
Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attend a reception at Guildhall (Zimbio.com | Chris Jackson/Getty Images Europe)
Prince Harry rocking the top hat. (The Toronto Star | Stefan Wermuth / Reuters)
Prince Harry watching the final celebration from the Buckingham Palace balcony. (emirates247.com | AFP)
Prince Charles looking every inch the future king (Zimbio.com | Bauer Griffin)
For details of morning dress attire and etiquette see the Morning Dress page of the Black Tie Guide or the much more comprehensive Morning Dress Guide.