Formal Friday! The
Queen Elizabeth stepped out in quite the matching ensembles on July 6. As the royals attended the Order of the Thistle Service at St Giles' Cathedral in Edinburgh, Scotland, they looked extra regal in heavy deep green velvet capes.
According to the royal family's official Twitter, their accessories alone were cholk-full of symbolism: "The collar consists of a gold & enamel chain, representing a single thistle & 4 interlinked sprigs of rue, with an enamelled badge featuring St Andrew who carries the cross of his matrydom."
"The Star features a silver saltire & the central gold medallion contains an enamel thistle within a green border inscribed with the motto 'Nemo me Impune Lacessit' (No one harms me with impunity)," they added with another tweet.
Source : https://us.hola.com/en/royalty/gallery/2018070712360/royal-news-photos-july-2018/1/159