Blossom cute! Sophie Wessex wears a colorful floral gown at the Royal Windsor Flower Show – Henry Club

Countess of Wessex Cut Ribbon to Mark the Opening of the Royal Windsor Flower Show Queen‘s Platinum Jubilee With garden displays, flower arrangements and a festive cake.

Sophie, 57, joined the York Club in Windsor Great Park with Alan Titchmarsh, Honorary President of the Royal Windsor Rose and Horticultural Society (RWRHS), as the organization also celebrated its 130th anniversary.

The mother-in-law opted to wear a navy midi gown for the occasion, which featured a bright and colorful floral print, which she paired with yellow and pink heels.

She kept her blonde hair neatly pinned back, and opted for subtle accessories with small pearl earrings, a gold pendant, and two delicate bracelets.


The Countess of Wessex cut the ribbon to mark the opening of the Royal Windsor Flower Show as it marked the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee with garden displays, flower arrangements and a celebratory cake.

Sophie was pictured with the gardener and broadcaster as she cut a large three-tiered cake decorated with fresh flowers and the royal coat of arms.

She was pictured alongside the gardener and broadcaster as she cut a large three-tiered cake decorated with fresh flowers and the royal coat of arms, which was baked in a joint celebration of the RWRHS milestone and the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

The Countess also gave prizes to the winners of the children’s competition for creating a ‘miniature garden fit for a queen’ flower arrangement, with the best entry to sit at the queen’s breakfast table.

Those who attended the event donned a mix of plastic, paper and flower crowns to mark the special anniversary year show.

The public, accompanied by the Countess, had the opportunity to tour the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Garden, designed by Landform Consultants’ award-winning designer Alan Williams.

The public, accompanied by the Countess, had the opportunity to tour the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Garden, designed by Landform Consultants’ award-winning designer Alan Williams.

The mother-in-law opted to wear a navy midi gown for the occasion, which featured a bright and colorful floral print paired with yellow and pink heels.

Allen’s work has previously been featured on the Chelsea Flower Show.

Sophie later met the Society’s trustees and was given their position.

The RWRHS charity was founded in 1892 by Queen Victoria, and has received the support of six monarchs throughout its history.

The Countess, accompanied by her husband the Earl of Wessex, visited Gibraltar earlier this week to see a special Queen’s Birthday Parade near the 19th-century British-built barracks in Casemates Square.

Meanwhile Sophie also donned a ‘Rebelious Hope’ T-shirt – which raises money for Dame Deborah’s Bowelbabe Fund – as she joined Edward on a trip to the beach.

Dame Deborah, who has been receiving life-long care for bowel cancer at her parents’ home in Surrey, launched the T-shirt last week in collaboration with e-tailer In The Style.

Mother-in-law smiles as she attends the Royal Windsor Flower Show at the York Club in Windsor Great Park

The Spanish government opposed Wessex’s visit to Gibraltar.

Madrid still claims the area as part of Spain and its future border arrangement is currently a matter of negotiation between the UK and the European Union.

Spanish diplomatic sources said the country’s foreign ministry “expressed displeasure” over the visit.

Spain believes Gibraltar’s post-Brexit relationship with The Rock is not ‘appropriate’ against the backdrop of ongoing talks.

Meanwhile, Earl and Sophie were in Windsor for celebrations on the first Jubilee weekend itself.

Earl and Countess of Wessex joined the thousands QueenNeighbors for a huge ‘Long Lunch’ on the Long Walk outside the gates of Windsor Castle on the last day of Platinum Jubilee Celebration.

And earlier this month, Sophie and her husband Prince Edward were in Northern Ireland as part of a series of coordinated visits to mark Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee.