The Queen suffers awkward fashion faux pas as she meets High Commissioner of the Federal Republic of Nigeria [Getty]
The Queen is known for her bright outfits, especially for important events.
Queen Elizabeth II loves to stand out in loud blue, yellow and pink shades, and we love her for that.
However, it appears Prince William and Prince Harry’s grandmother suffered an awkward fashion faux pas with her recent meeting.
Her Majesty met with High Commissioner of the Federal Republic of Nigeria Mr George Adesola Oguntade and his wife at Buckingham Palace.
The Queen dressed in a bright purple dress for the meeting [Getty]
The public loved the colour co-ordination between the trio [Getty]
Mr and Mrs Oguntade dressed in stunning traditional Nigerian outfits for the meeting, in bright purple shades.
Kate Middleton’s grandmother-in-law obviously also liked the same shade that morning, and dressed in a purple floral dress.
And while turning up to an event in the same look as someone else could be a lot of people’s worst nightmares, it appears they saw the funny side of the coincidence.
The trio were pictured laughing as they shook hands, as the Queen gestured to their outfits.
The Queen also met with Rami Mortada and his wife, MGamal Yehia [Getty]
The public also spotted the co-ordination between the trio, taking to Twitter to share their love for the looks.
One fan commented: “Loving the colour co-ordination!”
Another shared: “Love the matching colours! I know it was a coincidence, but still adorable!”
In other Queen fashion news, it was recently revealed why the monarch wears several poppies on her clothing around Remembrance Day, instead of just the one.
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