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Duchess Sophie wowed the crowds on Wednesday after she stepped out in a vibrant coral dress for an engagement in London.

The Duchess of Edinburgh attended an Orbis Visionaries Reception at Abbey Road Studios in London.

Sophie, who is Global Ambassador for the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness, whipped up a storm and recreated some of the Beatles’ iconic poses, as seen on their album, Abbey Road.

The royal looked fabulous wearing Beulah London’s Yahvi coral dress (£750), which she paired with a pair of nude pointed heels by Prada.

The eye catching, ankle-length garment featured long, ruffled sleeves and a slit to the knee. She completed the look with a Sophie Habsburg Cleo clutch in brown rose (£333).

Edward led the Royal Family today as he attended a moving tribute to fallen members of the Australian and New Zealand armed forces on Anzac Day in London.

The Duke of Edinburgh attended the Dawn Service at Hyde Park Corner in the early hours of Thursday morning where he paid a tribute at the New Zealand Memorial.

Anzac Day, which is Australia and New Zealand’s equivalent of Remembrance Sunday.

It commemorates the 1915 Gallipoli landing of Australian and New Zealand troops in the First World War and remembers all of the nations’ personnel who fought and died in conflict, many of whom did so alongside British forces.

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