Sonam Kapoor attends King Charles 3rd Coronation Concert at Windsor Castle. She choose to wore a floor length floral gown designed by Anamika Khanna and Emilia Wickstead.
Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor was among the long list of celebrities who attended the coronation concert of King Charles III. Following the coronation ceremony, the coronation ceremony of King Charles and Queen Camilla took place at Windsor Castle on the east lawn of the palace grounds.
Sonam gave a spoken word performance at the event introducing Steve Winwood and the Commonwealth Virtual Choir. For the occasion, she chose a floor-length printed gown designed by two of her favorite designers – Anamika Khanna and Emilia Wickstead.
Sonam Kapoor at King Charles 3rd Coronation Concert:
Yesterday, Sonam Kapoor attended the King Charles’ III Coronation Concert and shared pictures of the outfit she wore. She captioned the post,”Historic moments call for fashion moments. I’m honoured to mark the unforgettable occasion of the #CoronationConcert by wearing the collaborative vision of two of the most incredible designers from the two countries I’m lucky to call home”.
Check out the post below:
Sonam’s Look At King Charles’ III Coronation Concert:
Sonam’s bespoke floor-length gown featured an off-the-shoulder neckline showing off her décolletage, a band detail around the shoulders that framed a corseted bodice that featured architectural godet pleats, a cinched waistline, and a floor- Full skirt spread with length hem.
Meanwhile, Sonam accessorised the floor-length gown with beautiful earrings, a statement ring and high heels. Lastly, Sonam opted for side-parted wavy open locks, subtle smokey eye shadow, dark brows, mascara on lashes, ruddy cheeks, glossy blush lip shade, dewy base and beaming highlighter.
Sonam Kapoor’s speech:
After the coronation ceremony, a concert was held in honor of King Charles III. From India, Sonam Kapoor was invited to deliver a speech. The video of Sonam Kapoor’s speech was shared by mother Sunita Kapoor. The actress addressed the crowd by saying Namaste.