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Queen at every royal engagement appears to show a new color. The monarch’s wardrobe obviously contains items of every color of the rainbow, a big fan of colorful hues. The list is near without limit. The queen proved to be just as fashionable on Wednesday, as she is self-isolating with her husband.

The rest of us may be snuggling up in warm co-orders, leggings or even pajamas in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis. The Queen put us all to shame with her chic off-duty wardrobe. It was clear in her new weekly audience with Premier Boris Johnson.

The official Instagram account of the royal family posted a split picture of the Queen and the PM speaking on the phone. An unprecedented contrast to their regular meeting in person. “The Queen had her weekly audience with the Prime Minister by telephone today. Her Majesty-pictured at Windsor Castle this evening had a weekly audience with her Prime Minister during her reign.

Looking as chic as ever, the 93-year-old opted in many shades of purple for an elegant dress. The tonal ensemble consisted of a deep purple blouse, a light cardigan and a checked skirt that tied together with the two shades. The Queen added her favorite pearl earrings, pink lips and wore her hair styled blow-dry in her signature to finish off her look.

Queen loves to wear colors of the rainbow-and people can see her! “To be able to say I saw the Queen. She has to stand out for people,” she said at 90 the Queen’s documentary. “Never forget that when she shows up somewhere, the lines are two, three, four, five, fifteen strong. Everybody needs to be able to tell, they saw a little of the queen’s hat when she went by.”

Her Majesty surprised viewers when wore a red and purple color block dress for an audience at Buckingham Palace. As well as choosing a bold turquoise and black look for a Windsor church service. Blue is obviously one of her favorite colors, as one of her last dresses was a long-sleeved frock in a royal blue shade before she started her early Easter break.