Vogue's Anna Wintour Made a Dame by Queen Elizabeth II

US Weekly

Yaaas, queens! Fashion powerhouse and Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour met with Queen Elizabeth II on Friday, May 5, in London, where she was made a Dame Commander of the British Empire.

The royal matriarch, 91, gave the honor to Wintour, 67, for her contributions to journalism and fashion during a ceremony at Buckingham Palace.

Naturally, the U.K.-born editrix wore a pink dress and matching coat by her designer of choice, Chanel, to the ceremony. When it came time to greet the queen, Wintour politely removed her signature oversized sunglasses, which seemingly never leave her face.