The luck of the Irish! The royals best moments in green, just in time for Saint Patrick’s Day

Get your shamrock ready.

The royals never miss a chance to celebrate the United Kingdom, and they play a key role in the Saint Patrick's Day traditions in Great Britain.
The Queen Mother was previously responsible for presenting a bowl of Irish shamrocks to the members of the Irish Guards, a regiment in the British Army, for the soldiers to wear.
This traditional role has been the responsibility of a female member of the royal family since its inception in 1901, but controversially in 2016 Duchess Catherine was absent from the proceedings, saying that she wished to spend the day with her children at the time.
The Duchess then resumed the royal tradition, attending in 2017, 2018 and indeed in 2019, where she wore a stunning green Alexander McQueen coat.
Duchess Catherine and Prince William know how to celebrate St Patrick's Day! (Image: Getty)
Saint Patrick's Day is an annual holiday that falls on March 17. Traditionally, it is a Christian feast day, but in modern times it has become a celebration of all things Irish, that is celebrated worldwide.
But in 2020, things are looking a little different amid the Coronavirus outbreak, which has shut down many of the world's large public gatherings that would have otherwise been held to celebrate the special Irish day.
That said, there are still plenty of ways we can mark the special day - and it all begins with our favourite royals.
Keep scrolling as we look at how the royals have celebrated Ireland's day of days over the years.