But Lady Margarita Armstrong-Jones, granddaughter of Princess Margaret, made her own statement at the historic event, bringing a splash of pink to the grey exterior of Westminster Abbey.
The 20-year-old student stunned in a bold pink outfit by Béatrice Ferrant, featuring a striking textured skirt and a voluminous jacket with a decorated neckline.
She also opted for a stunning pair of sling-back netted high heels, decorated with bows to complement her outfit.
She finished off her look with a blush pink feather headband by Stephen Jones and delicate triangular gem earrings.
Lady Margarita Armstrong-Jones was elegant in blush pink as she attended the Coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla on Saturday
She stunned in a bold skirt and jacket by Béatrice Ferrant with a Stephen Jones feather headband
Margarita was sat alongside her brother, Charles, Viscount Linley, and her father, David, Earl of Snowdon, who was Princess Margaret’s eldest child.
Her cousin Samuel Chatto, 26, was also snapped in attendance at the Abbey, alongside his father, Daniel Chatto and his mother, Lady Sarah Chatto – who shared a close relationship with the late Queen.
The young royal is often seen at the most important royal events, and was seated behind Zara and Mike Tindall at the Queen’s funeral in September last year.
She is not unfamiliar with appearing in the spotlight at such events and served as a bridesmaid at the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton in 2011, aged eight.
Lady Margarita wore a bespoke, faux fur coat designed by Michael Kors, that conjured up memories of her grandmother, Princess Margaret, pictured at a 1951 film premiere, a stone’s throw away in Leicester Square
In advance of her 21st birthday on May 14, a glowing Margarita appeared on the cover of Tatler in a showstopping couture gown with a billowing skirt and statement sleeves.
Her late grandfather was renowned portrait photographer Antony, Earl of Snowdon, who was married to Princess Margaret from 1960 to 1978.
Margarita’s father married Serena, Countess of Snowdon, in 1993 and the pair shared two children.
David and Serena announced that they would be getting divorced in 2020 with a spokesman saying the pair had: ‘amicably agreed that their marriage has come to an end’.
After finishing prep school, Margarita started at boarding school St Mary’s Ascot but left for Tudor Hall to study A Levels in photography, history of art and jewellery design.
The young royal was seated behind Prince Harry, whose attendance at the Coronation was highly anticipated
Margarita, 20, was pictured alongside her brother Charles, Viscount Linley (back), her father, David, Earl of Snowdon (far right), his sister, Lady Sarah Chatto and Daniel Chatto
Her chic outfit choice brought a splash of pink to the grey exterior of Westminster Abbey
She joined a host of royals who stood as King Charles III processed through Westminster Abbey at his Coronation
She studied at Oxford Brookes, swapping between courses in photography and events management, before moving to Paris where she lives with her two flatmates and studies jewellery and photgraphy.
As well as studying at the Haute École de Joaillerie, she spends time with her friends and can be spotted at Parisian second-hand shops.
She told Tatler: ‘I love fashion. I have always had an interest in it and I love experimenting with styles.’
Her stylish streak was on full display when Lady Margarita made a glamorous appearance at at Tatler’s Little Black Book party in London last year.
She is pictured alongside her brother at the late Queen’s funeral in September last year
Lady Margarita (centre) served as a bridesmaid for the Prince and Princess of Wales when she was eight-years-old
She paid an uncanny tribute to her grandmother, turning up to The Windmill cocktail bar in Soho in a silver sequin mini dress and stunning white faux fur coat.
The bespoke Michael Kors creation seems to have been based on a piece of outwear worn by Princess Margaret to the premiere of Captain Horatio Hornblower in 1951 when she wore a V-neck, long-sleeved dress embellished with pink sequins under a fur coat.
Her full name, Margarita Elizabeth Rose Alleyne Armstrong-Jones is also a tribute to Princess Margaret, as well as the Queen Mother, although Margarita never met either of them.