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The Queen made 'kind' fashion choice by 'banishing' wardrobe staples


Before 2019, the Queen was certainly a fan of wearing fur garments, including fur coats and fur stoles – a large scarf, wrap, or capelet made of fur and lining, worn over your shoulders.

In 1962, the Queen looked glam in a leopard-print coat to a Sandown Park race meeting.

On the London Underground in 1969, she wore a glossy, brown fur coat for the opening of the Victoria Line.

During her Jubilee Tour of New Zealand in 1977, the monarch paired a peach coat and hat with a brown fur cape.

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