The Princess of Wales joined members of the royal family in London this weekend to commemorate fallen soldiers. Her dress for the proceedings had a special touch, featuring earrings in honor of the late Queen Elizabeth II.
Kate stood with Queen Consort Camilla on the balcony above The Cenotaph war memorial and looked down at King Charles and Prince William – who wore the red collared officer’s robes of The Blues and Royals – as they laid a wreath during the memorial service Had offered.
Following the traditional all-black dress code, Princess Kate again wore her black military-style coat by Catherine Walker with black gloves. Her lapel was decorated with red poppies and Royal Air Force pins. According to the report, she paired the look with a Philip Treacy wide-brimmed hat and earrings that appear to be recreated from the demi-pure of Queen Elizabeth II’s diamond and pearl leaf brooch. hello!,
The royal wore a similar outfit Last Year’s Remembrance Sunday Service, She wore a black asymmetrical coat dress by Catherine Walker, a pair of black gloves, a wide-brimmed hat and a pair of pearl earrings previously worn by Princess Diana.
Over the weekend, the Prince and Princess of Wales also attended the annual commemoration at the Royal Albert Hall. Kate – once again decked out in all black and adorned with poppy pins – wore a black long-sleeve midi dress with a matching clutch and heels. She once again honored Queen Elizabeth II by wearing a three-strand pearl necklace and earrings.
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