Death of Elizabeth II: who will inherit her impressive dressing room?
After the death of Elizabeth II, her property was bequeathed according to precise protocols. Regarding the clothes of the Queen of England, nothing would have been planned.
After the death of his mother on September 8, 2022, Prince Charles inherits the British Crown.
The property that belonged to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II of England was distributed according to very specific protocols.
Nothing would be decided yet regarding the clothes of Queen Elizabeth II.
The distribution of the immense inheritance left by the queen Elizabeth II of England after her death remains quite a mystery. We know that what belongs to the Crown is relegated to new monarch, namely Charles III, 73 years old. Elizabeth II, who died at age 96 on September 8, 2022, owned personally many goods. Indeed, Queen Elizabeth II of England owned magnificent residences, a collection of jewelry and works of art, corgis among others… and a huge wardrobe. The vast majority of the property left by Her Majesty after her death will be distributed according to his will.
No one knows until now the contents of this will. On the other hand, maybe we will never know considering the fact that the royal family is not not bound by the obligation to disclose it. Specific protocols have been implemented for the redistribution ofpart of the inheritance left by the grandmother of Princes William and Harry. On the other hand, no protocol would be provided for clothing “as colorful as they are elegant from the queen“, reports the magazine SHE. Quoted by SHEauthor Brian Hoey gives a potential lead on the future ofimpressive wardrobe of the Queen deceased.
Death of Elizabeth II: her clothes would go to women who are close to her
Brian Hoey, author of Not In Front of the Corgis, reveals that Queen Elizabeth II regularly donated her old clothes to her dressers. According to him, the Queen’s dressers had several options when it came to the future of these clothes. They could keep them as souvenirs or wear them. They could also decide to sell them. But for this last option, they cannot mention that the clothes had belonged to Queen Elizabeth II of England.