The Queen’s outfits all share a special connection (Image: Getty Images)
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It's no secret that Queen Elizabeth II is not only the reigning Queen of England, she also happens to be a celebrated queen of fashion.
The monarch has been praised by various fashion magazines as a style icon over the years and was even proclaimed one of the top five shopping influencers in the UK by eBay.
No matter the occasion, her outfits always provide a much-needed splash of colour and cheer during her royal engagements and we love trying to guess which shade she might wear when she goes out.
But it turns out there's a small detail about her outfits that many people have failed to spot over the years – and it's absolutely brilliant.
You'll probably always notice it now
(Image: Getty Images)
She is said to carry Fulton Birdcage Dome umbrellas
(Image: Getty Images)
Honestly, we can't believe we've never noticed it before.
Although it's something you'll only be lucky enough to spot in bad weather – specifically when it's raining.
That's because the special connection between all her clothes is that she matches her umbrella to them.
Yep, each and every time the Queen steps out in a bright hue, she has an umbrella with a coloured band around it that matches her outfit perfectly.
And once you've seen it for yourself, chances are you'll never be able to stop noticing it.
According to Bored Panda, the Queen has been using a specific style of umbrella since 1993.
This is the Fulton birdcage dome umbrella, and she now has them custom made by the brand to match her coats, hats and dresses.
This is a level of colour coordination that we mere commoners can only aspire to meet.
And she hasn't just done it once, there are numerous photos showing the Queen with a colourful brolly during a drizzling spell.
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