Kate Middleton and Princess Charlotte made a grand entrance to the Coronation ceremony at Westminster Abbey.

Mother and daughter wore stunning ivory Alexander McQueen gowns with satin stitch embroidery featuring rose, thistle, daffodil, and shamrock motifs symbolizing the UK nations.

The Princess of Wales donned an Alexander McQueen dress with silver bullion and thread work embroidery, paired with a complementing headpiece.

Princess Charlotte wore a Jess Collett x Alexander McQueen headpiece, similar to her mother's.

Kate wore pearl and diamond earrings that belonged to Princess Diana and the George VI Festoon Necklace made in 1950 for Princess Elizabeth.

The Princess of Wales also had formal robes and mantels for the ceremony.

According to Bethan Holt, a fashion director, Kate's attire was her "power moment," easing into her role as the Princess of Wales beautifully.

Kate's promotion to the Princess of Wales role was significant, and she dressed accordingly.

The outfits and accessories of the royal family members were awe-inspiring and made for a memorable event.