Princess Charlotte paid a sweet tribute to her “Gan Gan” at Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral today.
The 7-year-old royal — who is said to share the late monarch’s love of horses — sported a diamond brooch in the shape of a horseshoe, a piece which was reportedly a gift from Queen Elizabeth, according to People.
The late monarch, who died on September 8 at the age of 96, was famous for her love of horses and rode well into her nineties.
It was a glimpse into the future of the young princess’ style and was the first time we’ve seen Charlotte wear a brooch or a significant piece of jewelry.
Princess Charlotte, who joined her brother Prince George for the funeral service, looked grown-up in an elegant black boater by Jane Taylor topped with a bow at the back.
She added a black coat by Spanish childrenswear label Ancar, black tights and black buckled dress shoes.
Charlotte walked down the aisle of Westminster Abbey with her parents, Prince William and Kate Middleton, who were recently given the titles of Prince and Princess of Wales following Queen Elizabeth’s death.
While the young royal chose a diamond brooch to honor the late sovereign, her mother chose Queen Elizabeth’s pearls and a black Alexander McQueen coat dress for the occasion — a black version of the same coat she wore for the Platinum Jubilee this summer — along with a dramatic black veiled hat.
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Following today’s state funeral at Westminster Abbey, Princess Charlotte will attend the committal ceremony at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor, where Queen Elizabeth will be buried alongside her parents, King George VI and the Queen Mother, her sister Princess Margaret and husband Prince Philip.