Angelina Jolie's Fabulous Style At Royal Event In London

Date July 2, 2018

Angelina Jolie made an appearance at St. Paul's Cathedral in London on June 28 for a royal ceremony commemorating 200th anniversary of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George. According to the Telegraph, the actress had previously been made honorary dame in this order by the Queen in 2014.


Angelina Jolie wore a draped boat neck Ralph & Russo dress with a ruffled detail on the waist. To complete the look, Jolie chose matching gloves and silver high-heeled shoes. The Queen, who was supposed to be officiating the ceremony and canceled at the last minute due to not feeling well, was successfully substituted by her cousin – Duke of Kent.


In addition to the Queen, other absentees were Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, Kate Middleton (still on maternity leave), Prince William (on an official trip to Israel), Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall.

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Jolie was granted this high honor in recognition of her work against sexual violence and her “services to UK foreign policy." Currently, Angelina Jolie is working on the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy, a program that aims to create a network of projects for forest conservation around the world.


This project means so much and will mean a lot to so many people,

said Jolie.

Since Angelina Jolie wasn’t able to attend Prince Harry's wedding in May, her appearance on June 28th for this royal event gave us an idea of what her outfit might have been, had she been at Harry and Meghan’s wedding.

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