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The new outfits are designed for a Queen-queen Elizabeth II will not make use of real animal fur, Buckingham Palace has announced.
“As well as new outfits are designed to be the crown, a fur will be the fake,” a royal spokesman said on Wednesday, according to The Telegraph.
However, the centre is recognized as “the Queen’s will continue to be, a re-tear of existing outfits in her closet,” indicates that the decision does not mean that the long-ruling monarch will be selling real fur items that they already own, reports the Associated Press.
– In this Nov. 28, 1952 file photo, Queen Elizabeth II wearing an ermine coat over her full-skirted evening gown, arrives at the Royal Festival Hall in London for a concert. (AP Photo, File)
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With the announcement, happy, animal-welfare activists, who had called for the queen, and the sports coat is in her ceremonial robes, coats, and hats over the years.
“We are delighted that her Majesty the queen has officially gone fur-free. Queen Elizabeth’s decision to ‘go faux’ is a perfect reflection of the mood of the British public, the vast majority of those who detest the cruel animal fur, and don’t want to have to deal with it,” Claire Bass, executive director of Humane Society International/UK, said in a statement.
“Our head of state is to go fur-free will send a strong message that the fur is firmly out of fashion, and does not belong on the Brand name-the united Kingdom,” bass added.
Queen Elizabeth II arrives at the Palace Of Westminster for the state opening of Parliament in January 2015. (Photo by Tim Graham Picture Library/Getty Images)
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As for her famous grand-daughters-in-law, Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge is known for wearing furs, but it is said, in order to ensure that it ethically sourced. Meghan Markle, the Countess of Sussex, in the meanwhile, reportedly has “a strict no-fur policies”, and do not see the benefit of sustainable design, with faux fur, The Independent reports.
In the year 2000, the united kingdom was the first country in the world in the wake of the fur farming, although the importation of furs from countries, such as Finland, Poland, and China it is still legal.
International fashion houses, including Gucci, Versace, Armani, Calvin Klein, Stella McCartney and Vivienne Westwood, have all banned real fur in their designs, due in part to a shift in the attitude towards the product.
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The Associated Press contributed to this report.