Carrie Johnson arrived to the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II with Boris by her side.
She wore an elegant coat-dress with gold detailing down the centre, accentuated by a chunky belt with a gold C-shaped buckle.
Her outfit was in-keeping with the Royal funeral dressing rules, which request below-knee-length black dresses and shoes, and she donned what is fast becoming the headwear of choice for the mourning period of the Queen: A pillarbox-hat-style headband complete with netting to serve as a veil.
Jewellery-wise, while many of the Royals have chosen pearls for the occasion, Carrie instead wore simple gold hoop earrings.
Along with this, a gold necklace and a black bag, complete with gold hardware.
Carrie is of course not the only woman in politics at the funeral so far.
Brigitte Macron arrived wearing a similar veiled pillarbox hat, while Sophie Grégoire Trudeau opted for a netted hat too.
Samantha Cameron, too, wore a pillarbox style hat, plus statement earrings and a red lip.
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