Queen follows fashion’s lead in going fur-free

Activists welcome Her Majestys move, in line with Prada and Guccis abandonment of fur although she will still wear her existing fur items A crown, diamond necklace and fur stole were once the bedrocks of the Queens going-out-out style, but in yet another revelation from the recent memoir by her senior dresser, Angela Kelly, it has been disclosed that, from this year, Elizabeth II has gone fur-free with her new outfits. If Her Majesty is due to attend an engagement in particularly cold weather, from 2019 onwards fake fur will be used to make sure she stays warm, writes Kelly, who has been dressing the Queen for 25 years, in announced it would stop using fur in its collections in …