A new light grey colour is currently on the Royal Household and it’s a departure from the traditional colour of the royal coat.
This new colour is called “What to Paint”, and it combines the traditional colours of white, blue, red and green with a “new, bolder” mix of colours that can be worn by a monarch and is meant to complement her royal attire.
It’s the first time a new light blue colour has been used by the Queen in over 25 years.
It comes in a range of colours, and it looks a bit like the Queen’s traditional dress but with a lighter and more “human” feel.
The new light green is a mixture of white and blue.
A royal coat with a different coat colour is seen in this file photo.
It will go on sale in March 2019.
The royal coat will not be available in the UK as a colour.
But it will be available for sale in Australia and New Zealand.
The new colour will also be used in the Royal Collection.
The first Royal Collection coat was designed by the late designer Charles Sturtz.
When the current coat was unveiled, it had a darker colour than the current one.
However, this colour change is expected to be gradual.
“The colour of light grey has been in use since the mid-19th century and has been widely used by monarchs and other high-status individuals,” the Queen said.
Its been used in various different ways and has many different meanings.
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