Mrs. Sarah Chatto chose Princess Margaret’s Snowdon Floral Brooch

Dame Sarah Chateau chose a sentimental piece of jewelry when attending the Queen’s funeral at Westminster Abbey yesterday.

Dressed in an all-black crew, the adorable Queen’s niece wore Snowdon’s floral brooches, which are believed to have been a gift from her mother, Princess Margaret.

Margaret, Her Majesty’s younger sister, gave brooches from her ex-husband, Anthony Armstrong-Jones, 1st Earl of Snowdon, to celebrate their marriage in 1960.

In recent decades, the late princess’s only daughter Sarah has worn it at major events – including her wedding to husband Daniel Chatto in 1994, when she wore them as a tiara, and her mother’s funeral in February 2002.

Dame Sarah Chateau chose a sentimental piece of jewelry when attending the Queen’s funeral in Westminster Abbey yesterday (pictured). The Queen’s adorable niece, dressed in all black, wears Snowdon’s floral brooches, which are believed to have been a gift from her mother, Princess Margaret

In recent decades, the late princess's only daughter Sarah has worn it at major events - including her wedding to husband Daniel Chatto in 1994, when she wore them as a diadem.

She also wore it to her mother's funeral in February 2002 (pictured)

In recent decades, the late princess’s only daughter, Sarah, has worn it at major events – including to her wedding to husband Daniel Chatto in 1994 (pictured left), when she wore them as a tiara, and to her mother’s funeral in February 2002 (photo right)

Sarah, who has enjoyed a close relationship with her aunt all her life and has remained close to Her Majesty the Queen and Prince Philip after her mother’s death in 2002, also wore the jewelry at celebrations for the 50th wedding anniversary of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh in 1997.

Princess Margaret’s daughter was visibly emotional when she attended the last tribute to the Queen’s life, wearing a black coat and hat.

Sarah, daughter of Anthony Armstrong-Jones, 1st Earl of Snowdon, was accompanied by her husband and sons, including Arthur Chatto, 23, who is training to be a Royal Navy officer, and Samuel, 26.

Last week Sarah is emotional Attended service at Westminster Hall after the QueenThe procession, again completely dressed in black.

Sarah, who is married to Danielle Chatto, was once described by a royal insider as sharing the Queen’s “sense of loyalty, fun, duty and irony”.

Lady Sarah Chatto is pictured here with her husband, Danielle Chatto, as they attend Queen Elizabeth II's funeral.  Lady Sarah chose a black coat and carried a pair of black gloves as she walked to Westminster Abbey.

Lady Sarah Chatto is pictured here with her husband, Danielle Chatto, as they attend Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral. Lady Sarah chose a black coat and carried a pair of black gloves as she walked to Westminster Abbey.

Lady Sarah Chateau chose to wear an all-black coat when she attended the funeral of her beloved aunt, Queen Elizabeth II

Lady Sarah Chateau chose to wear an all-black coat when she attended the funeral of her beloved aunt, Queen Elizabeth II

Mrs. Sarah Chatto sat behind Princess Beatrice, between her son Arthur Chatto and her husband, Danielle Chatto

Mrs. Sarah Chatto sat behind Princess Beatrice, between her son Arthur Chatto and her husband, Danielle Chatto

During Queen Elizabeth II's state funeral, Sarah sat with members of the royal family including the Queen, Princess Royal and Princess Beatrice.

During Queen Elizabeth II’s state funeral, Sarah sat with members of the royal family including the Queen, Princess Royal and Princess Beatrice.

Members of the royal family look at the coffin of the Queen lying in Westminster Abbey during the state funeral

Members of the royal family look at the coffin of the Queen lying in Westminster Abbey during the state funeral

Samuel and Arthur Chatto pictured at the Queen's funeral at Westminster Abbey.  Arthur is training to be an officer in the Royal Marines

Samuel and Arthur Chatto pictured at the Queen’s funeral at Westminster Abbey. Arthur is training to be an officer in the Royal Marines

Queen Sarah loves her and looks out for her company as much as possible. They said she is their favorite younger owner. “They are very comfortable in each other’s company. Lots of laughter can be heard when they are together. They share a sense of loyalty, fun, duty, and silliness.”

Lady Sarah Chatto was born in 1964 – the last royal baby born in a mansion rather than in a hospital – within weeks of cousins ​​Prince Edward, Lady Helen Windsor and James Ogilvy.

The Queen has been described as a ‘surrogate mother’ to the siblings and was particularly close to Lady Sarah, who is understood to remind Her Majesty of her late sister.

King Charles III and his tear-stricken family surrounded the Queen’s coffin at her state funeral in a touching and solemn farewell to the late king in an extraordinary Mass followed by a two-minute patriotic silence and the Last Post.

Carrying the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II with Imperial State Crown on top by Bearer Party to Westminster Abbey after Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, standing next to King Charles, Anne, Princess Royal, and William, Prince of Wales, as they salute during state funeral

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, standing next to King Charles, Anne, Princess Royal, and William, Prince of Wales, as they salute during state funeral

A family in grief: From left: The Duchess of Sussex, The Queen Elizabeth, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Catherine, The Princess of Wales, and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, standing outside Westminster Abbey after the state funeral

A family in grief: From left: The Duchess of Sussex, The Queen Elizabeth, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Catherine, The Princess of Wales, and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, standing outside Westminster Abbey after the state funeral

Responsibility: Chiefs bowed, Prince Charlotte and Prince George got between the Prince and Princess of Wales as they followed the Queen's coffin into the chapel

Responsibility: Chiefs bowed, Prince Charlotte and Prince George got between the Prince and Princess of Wales as they followed the Queen’s coffin into the chapel

Her Majesty the Queen made her last and saddest journey from Westminster Hall to church where she married and was crowned while Britain mourned its longest-serving monarch, and members of the royal family bid farewell to their beloved mother, grandmother and great-grandmother.

Her sarcophagus was set near the altar with her crown, her criminal and her scepter on its top, surrounded by flowers the king had chosen from the gardens she loved. A card in the flowers above the coffin reads simply: “In Memory of Loving and Faithful. Charles R.”

The Archbishop of Canterbury praised the Queen’s “abundant life and loving service” as he delivered the sermon at her state funeral, adding: “She was happy, present to many, touching many lives.”

The state trumpets of the House’s cavalry sounded last post after the Archbishop of Canterbury’s commendation on the Queen’s coffin and a blessing proclaimed by the Dean of Westminster. Two minutes of silence followed across the country before revels were ringed by trumpeters before worshipers sang the national anthem..

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