Princess Kate, daughter Charlotte honor Queen Elizabeth with sweet details in funeral attire

Queen Elizabeth II's state funeral on Monday, a ceremony full of all the pomp and splendor the monarchy can offer, was steeped in tradition and purpose – including

the attire worn by the royal family members. Seas of men in military uniform and women in black dresses lined the pews and streets of London. And if you looked

closely at accoutrements worn by some members of the royal family, you will find meaningful nods to a beloved matriarch.  See how funeral guests dressed for

the solemn affair that was also celebratory of the queen's 96 years of life and more than 70 years of service to the U.K.  Start the day smarter. Get all the news you need

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dons sweet horseshoe brooch Princess Charlotte, who attended the state funeral for Britain's longest-reigning monarch at Westminster Abbey, matched her mother,

Catherine, Princess of Wales in a simple black dress topped with black overcoat, paired with black tights and black shoes.  On Princess Charlotte's coat, she

wore a dainty brooch in the shape of a horseshoe, a tribute to the queen, her great-grandmother, who had a lifelong passion for horses. The queen often attended races and was also

a successful owner and breeder.