A Buckingham Palace spokesperson confirmed: "As recent outfits are designed for the Queen, any fur outdated may possibly be wrong".
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We live in a time when wearing fur is seen as something inhumane and even barbaric.
"There is really little tolerance for it anymore, so it just makes sense for the Queen to replace any fur with synthetic materials", Finch said.
Claire Bass, of charity Humane Society International/UK, which campaigns against animal cruelty, said: "We are thrilled that Her Majesty has officially gone fur-free". The palace assertion says "the queen will proceed to re-wear current outfits in her wardrobe".
Animal welfare groups have been protesting the royal family's use of fur for years.
The Queen has a wardrobe full of it, but now that the fur-free movement has become more aggressive, she could not possibly go out without raising eyebrows.
For decades numerous her coats, hats, wraps and scarves have been made using it. "This new policy is a sign of the times", PETA's Director of International Programmes said.
"With growing awareness about the awful cruelty caused by fur production, it is certainly positive to hear that the Queen will no longer be using real fur in her new outfits", animal rights activists said in hopes that the Queen would extend the policy to ceremonial garments like robes.
Her Majesty was last photographed wearing fur to a Christmas Day service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham in 2015.
She added that the head of state's decision would send "a powerful message that fur is firmly out of fashion".