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MetiNews.Com - Speaking on Channel 5's Secrets of Royal Dressmakers, royal expert Ingrid Seward shared the sweet story which took place as dress designer Ian Stewart adjusted the hem of the Queen's new garment.
Breaking News ! The Queen ‘flushed scarlet’ after Prince Philip complimented her on her dress in a touching moment revealed by a royal insider. The furiously private couple, who have been together for 73 years, always remain professional in public settings or during official engagements with affection rarely shown. But occasionally, a brief insight into the duo’s marriage is revealed by those closest to them although the monarch has referred to the Duke as her ‘constant strength and guide’, the Mirror reports. British Royalty, London, England, 20th November 1947, Princess Elizabeth (now The Queen) and Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh wave to crowds from the balcony of Buckingham Palace following their marriage (Photo by Popperfoto via Getty Images/Getty Images) Read More Related Articles How to get the latest Scottish news stories sent straight to your inbox with our newsletters Read More Related Articles Beast from the East 2 fears as 'hazardous' snow amber weather warning issued for Scotland Designer Ian Stewart, who worked with the Queen for more than 20 years, previously recalled the moment that Prince Philip made Her Majesty blush. Speaking on Channel 5's Secrets of Royal Dressmakers, royal expert Ingrid Seward shared the sweet story which took place while Thomas adjusted the hem of his latest creation. Ingrid says: "When he was doing the hem, Prince Philip walked through the Queen’s dressing room and said ‘hmh, nice dress’. “The Queen flushed scarlet. I always remember him telling me that story. She was just so thrilled to get the compliment from her husband." Royal expert Ingrid Seward recalled the touching moment (Image: Getty) Read More Related Articles Archbishop of Glasgow Philip Tartaglia dies suddenly after contracting Covid-19 Mr Thomas opened his own couture business in Lowndes Street, Belgravia, in 1969 and made many of the Queen's outfits under his own label. He also made pieces for other royal women, and in 1973 he was awarded a Royal Warrant as dressmaker.
. But not all the royals are quite as successful when it comes to fashion. During the programme the experts discuss Sarah Ferguson, with one person describing her as the "worst dresser of all time".
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Ingrid said: “The worst dresser of all time was definitely Fergie. "She looked great in her own clothes, in jeans and t-shirts but she was just a disaster in the fashion of the 80s because it was just too much for her. "It was too frilly, there were too many bows. She said so herself.” However Emily Andrews claims that Fergie has got much better as she has got older, and know hows exactly what suits her.
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She said: "As an older woman now she has got her style absolutely on point. "She’s got really good legs, she always wears dresses or pleated skirts, a top and a blazer and she’s got that lovely red hair."
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