The two outfits, consisting of a coat and matching hat, will go on display from Sunday at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, in Edinburgh, as part of an exhibition celebrating the Platinum Jubilee.
The outfits worn by the Queen for her appearances on the Buckingham Palace balcony over the Platinum Jubilee weekend will go on display for the first time. For her first Platinum Jubilee appearance at Trooping the Colour, the Queen wore a pale blue dress with a matching coat and hat for the event, featuring a delicate beaded and diamanté trim
The Queen’s outfit for the last day of celebrations was designed by Stewart Parvin and the hat by milliner Rachel Trevor-Morgan
The Platinum Jubilee ensembles will be displayed alongside outfits worn by Her Majesty to celebrate the Silver, Golden, Diamond and Platinum Jubilees, as well as a selection of gifts which were given to her at official engagements in Scotland throughout her 70-year reign.
For her first Platinum Jubilee appearance at Trooping the Colour, the Queen wore a pale blue dress with a matching coat and hat for the event, featuring a delicate beaded and diamanté trim.
It had also been worn by her Majesty for the official Platinum Jubilee photograph which was taken by Ranald Mackechnie the week before.
The second ensemble she wore for the Platinum Jubilee was a green wool-crêpe dress and coat designed by Stewart Parvin, paired with a wool-crêpe hat by milliner Rachel Trevor-Morgan.
She sported the outfit when she made her appearance on the Buckingham Palace balcony after the Platinum Jubilee Pageant on 5 June, which marked the end of four days of celebrations across the UK and Commonwealth.
The exhibition will also feature the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee outfit which she wore to the Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral and a lunch at Guildhall, on 5 June 2012.
Her ensemble for the Diamond Jubilee was created by Angela Kelly and is a pale turquoise dress and coat which is embroidered with scattered silver flowers and a coordinating hat embellished with chiffon and diamanté.
Another outfit on display is Her Majesty’s outfit for the Golden Jubilee Service of Thanksgiving in 2002- a blue silk-crêpe coat and dress by royal couturier, Sir Hardy Amies, who began designing clothing for The Queen in 1955 and was renowned for his elegant tailoring.
Her look was finished with a hat created by miliner Frederick Fox. She chose another outfit by Sir Hardy Amies for the Silver Jubilee in 1977, wearing a dress, coat and stole in pink silk-crêpe and chiffon.
There are also a group of works relating to the Queen’s first official visit to Edinburgh, 20 days after her Coronation at Westminster Abbey on 2 June 1953.