Duchess of Cambridge in Repeated Red Elegance for Commonwealth Day Service

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Commonwealth Service
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Commonwealth Service
Westminster Abbey

Today Duchess of Cambridge joined Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the members of Royal Family at Westminster Abbey for the annual Commonwealth Day Service. The service is conducted on the second Monday of March month every year.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Commonwealth Service
Westminster Abbey

Queen Elizabeth is head of the Commonwealth that includes 53 Nations with 2.4 billion population, a third of the world’s population, of whom 60 percent are under 30 years old. . Commonwealth Day, formerly known as Empire Day, is the annual celebration of the Commonwealth of Nations. The first Empire Day took place on 24 May 1902, celebrated prior to 1901 as the birthday of Queen Victoria, who died on 22 January 1901.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Commonwealth Service
The Royal Family

The day began with the release of a letter written by The Countess of Wessex to the people of Malawi congratulating them on their work to help prevent avoidable blindness – a particular area of focus for her work. The letter cites Malawi as having set an important example for other Commonwealth nations to follow.

Commonwealth Service
Westminster Abbey on Twitter

The service was held at the Westminster Abbey in London. The beautiful flowers which adorn the Abbey for today’s Commonwealth Day service are by National Association of Flower Arrangement Societies.

Commonwealth Service
Westminster Abbey

The flowers represent the 53 Commonwealth nations.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Commonwealth Service
Westminster Abbey

This year is the 70th anniversary of the London Declaration when nations of the Commonwealth agreed to move forward together as free and equal members and the modern commonwealth was formed. Each year the Commonwealth adopts a theme upon which the Service is based. This year’s theme ‘A Connected Commonwealth’ refers to the cooperation between the family of nations, who work together in friendship and goodwill.

Commonwealth Service
The Royal Family

In April 2017, the leaders of 53 Commonwealth nations arrived at Buckingham Palace & Windsor Castle for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, where Prince Charles of Wales was unanimously selected as the next head of the Commonwealth. Like every year ahead of the Commonwealth Service, Queen Elizabeth issued a message:

Commonwealth Day has a special significance this year as we mark the 70th anniversary of the London Declaration, when nations of the Commonwealth agreed to move forward together as free and equal members. The vision and sense of connection that inspired the signatories has stood the test of time, and the Commonwealth continues to grow, adapting to address contemporary needs.

Today, many millions of people around the world are drawn together because of the collective values shared by the Commonwealth. In April last year, I welcomed the leaders of our 53 nations to Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, and we all witnessed how the Commonwealth vision offers hope, and inspires us to find ways of protecting our planet, and our people.

We are able to look to the future with greater confidence and optimism as a result of the links that we share, and thanks to the networks of cooperation and mutual support to which we contribute, and on which we draw. With enduring commitment through times of great change, successive generations have demonstrated that whilst the goodwill for which the Commonwealth is renowned may be intangible, its impact is very real.

We experience this as people of all backgrounds continue to find new ways of expressing through action the value of belonging in a connected Commonwealth. I hope and trust that many more will commit to doing so this Commonwealth Day.

Commonwealth Service
Commonwealth Chair-in Office

Ahead of the service, the flags of 53 Commonwealth nations were flying in Parliament Square.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Commonwealth Service
The Royal Family

After Queen’s arrival, the royal procession led the service.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Commonwealth Service
Westminster Abbey

After the royal procession took their seats, the first performance was given by the Dhol Foundation from North India having members aged 7 to 18. A dhol is a double-headed drum widely used throughout the Indian subcontinent. The type of dhol used here is North Indian.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Commonwealth Service
Westminster Abbey

Next Clean Bandit performed their Number 1 hit ‘Symphony’ at the service.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Commonwealth Service
Westminster Abbey

Lewis Pugh, an Ocean advocate and UN Patron of Oceans gave the reflection at the service. He has worked to raise awareness of the vulnerability of the earth’s ecosystems and campaigned for their protection. In his reflection, he said, “There is nothing more powerful than a made up mind.”

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Commonwealth Service
Westminster Abbey

Next the British Prime Minister Theresa May read 1 Corinthians 12: 14-26. ‘The body does not consist of one member but of many… If one member suffers, all suffer together with it; if one member is honoured, all rejoice together with it.’

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Commonwealth Service
Westminster Abbey

Internationally-acclaimed didgeridoo player William Barton played ‘Kalkadungu’s Journey’. Barton is a member of the Kalkadunga people, based around Mt Isa, Australia. Prayers were said by Rabbi Debbie representing Reformed Judaism, Maulana Sayed Ali Abbas Razawi representing Shia Islam, Lord Singh representing Sikhism and Fr Daniel Humphreys representing Roman Catholicism.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Commonwealth Service
Westminster Abbey

Secretary-General of The Commonwealth, Patricia Scotland, led the pledge and read The Act of Affirmation to The Commonwealth. ‘We affirm our belief in the Commonwealth as a force for good in the world, and pledge ourselves to its service, now and for the future.’

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Commonwealth Service
The Royal Family

Organised by The Royal Commonwealth Society, the Commonwealth Day Service is the largest annual inter-faith gathering in the United Kingdom and at the end of the service there was a procession of Commonwealth flags.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Commonwealth Service
The Royal Family

At the end of the service, the members of the royal family greeted the teams who performed at the service.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Commonwealth Service
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Catherine was presented with the flowers at the Abbey then she check out the young Rainbow’s badges on the shirt of the children at the Commonwealth Day Service.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Commonwealth Service
Westminster Abbey

Duchess talking to the Abbey Choir team.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Commonwealth Service
The Royal Family Twitter

A beautiful shot of Duke and Duchess of Cambridge outsi the Abbey.

A video of the departure.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Commonwealth Service
The Royal Family FB

For the day, not disappointng our twitter squad who was hoping for a rewear, Duchess of Cambridge chose to brought back red Catherine Walker Russian Great Coat that we fist saw in April 2014, when William and Catherine arrived in New Zealand with Prince George for thier first Down under tour.

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Catherine was looking really elegant on the day. Here a throw back to 2014 when Catherine first wore the coat.

Catherine Walker Red Coat
Catherine Walker Red Coat

Catherine paired the coat with her Emmy London Rebecca Cinder Suede Pumps that we last saw at the Last Post ceremony at the Commonwealth War Graves Commission Memorial in July 2017. Thanks to the Middleton Maven for id.

Emmy London Rebecca Cinder Suede Pumps
Emmy London Rebecca Cinder Suede Pumps

And carried matching Emmy London Natasha Cinder Clutch.

Emmy London Natasha Cinder Clutch
Emmy London Natasha Cinder Clutch

Duchess of Cambridge wore new red hat and diamond floral earrings at Commonwealth Day Service. on Twitter suggested that Catherine might be wearing Lock and Co.’s hat and earrings that belonged to Princess of Wales, Diana.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Commonwealth Service
The Royal Family

A look back at Duchess of Cambridge’s 2017 appearance at Commonwealth Day Service.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Commonwealth Service
The Royal Family

Next we will see Duchess on Tuesday when she will visit visit the Henry Fawcett Children’s Centre to see how Lambeth Early Action Plans are using the Parent and Infant Relationship Service (PAIRS) to support parents, carers and their children in the afternoon and attend National Portrait Gallery Gala dinner in the evening.

 

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The Duchess of Cambridge goes Green for a Rainy Visit to Blackpool

Duchess of Cambridge in Blackpool
Duchess of Cambridge in Blackpool
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Today, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are visting Blackpool for a day full of engagements.  The seaside town used to a be a popular Victorian holiday destination.

Duchess of Cambridge in Blackpool
Kensington Royal on Twitter

The couple was welcomed in the city by a rainy weather.

Duchess of Cambridge in Blackpool
Kensington Royal on Twitter

Ahead of the visit Palace said that the couple will see a series of innovative projects that are focused on investment and regeneration, as well as learning how the resort is leading the way in tackling some of the social and mental health problems faced by people in Britain today. Upon arrival they were welcomed by the Mayor and Mayoress of Blackpool along with Simon Blackburn, the leader of the council .

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in Blackpool
Wikipedia

The first stop of the day was the iconic Blackpool Tower,  In the surroundings of one of the UK’s most famous landmarks. The Blackpool Tower is a tourist attraction in Blackpool, which was opened to the public on 14 May 1894. Inspired by the Eiffel Tower in Paris, it is 518 feet tall and is the 120th-tallest freestanding tower in the world. When the Tower opened, 3,000 customers took the first rides to the top. The Tower was not painted properly during its first thirty years and became corroded, leading to discussions about demolishing it. However, it was decided to rebuild it instead, and all the steel work in the structure was replaced and renewed between 1920 and 1924.

Duchess of Cambridge in Blackpool
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The top of the tower is currently known as the Blackpool Tower Eye. At a height of 380 feet, the Eye is the highest observation deck in North West England. It was previously known simply as the Tower Top, until it reopened on September 2011. Today along with the Tower Eye, the tower has Blackpool Tower Circus, The Blackpool Tower Ballroom, the Blackpool Tower Dungeon.

Duchess of Cambridge in Blackpool
Kensington Royal

Once inside the Tower, Catherine and William briefly stopped at a giant mirror unveiled by Princess Diana in July 1992 to mark the opening of Tower World. William and Catherine toured the Tower Ballroom with Kate Shane, the head of Merlin Entertainments Blackpool, which is open to the public daily. From their balcony view they watched dancers go through their strides in a waltz to I Shall See You Later, played on the Wurlitzer by Chris Hopkins.

Duchess of Cambridge in Blackpool
Blackpool Gazatte

The Duke and Duchess joined a round table briefing about the town’s recent history, the challenges, and the investment and regeneration efforts that are currently underway. The were joined by the business and social representatives from Blackpool community. Among those in attendance were the Mayor and Mayoress – Coun Gary Coleman and Coun Debbie Coleman, Blackpool Council leader Simon Blackburn, and Blackpool South’s Labour MP Gordon Marsden.

Duchess of Cambridge in Blackpool
Kensington Royal on Twitter

About the visit, Coun Simon Blackburn, leader of Blackpool Council, said, “We are delighted to be able to welcome the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to Blackpool to showcase the ongoing physical regeneration of the resort and illustrate some of the ground-breaking work that is underway to help transform people’s lives within the town. The Duke and Duchess will be able to see at first-hand the innovative ways in which we are addressing social challenges to improve people’s life chances and create a place in which they are proud to live and work.

 

During the roundtable discussion William acknowledged the challenges city is facing. RoyaNikkhah on Twitter reported,

“One of the United Kingdom’s most loved seaside towns… But there obviously is a sadder side to Blackpool that we will see a bit of today and we shouldn’t attempt to skirt around this issue… Unemployment remains quite high, skilled professionals continue to leave faster than they arrive, and Blackpool has become a transitory town for many without the right employment opportunities. Against this backdrop, mental health issues and social problems have risen. And a unique problem has also arisen as a result of falling demand for tourist accommodation, which has created an oversupply of what the council now perceive to be extremely low-quality private-rented accommodation. Catherine and I are going to be examples of that first hand. And it is something that we’d like to hear a bit more about during the course of this meeting, as well as about the positive steps being taken by the community to address the issues.”

Duchess of Cambridge in Blackpool
Kensington Royal on Twitter

As they depart Blackpool Tower they spend time on ‘Comedy Carpet’ on the promenade to meet with members of the public gathered outside.

Duchess of Cambridge in Blackpool
Kensington Royal

Comedy Carpet on the promenade is one of the largest pieces of public art ever commissioned in the UK. The 1880 square-metre carpet features jokes, song lyrics, and catchphrases from 850 writers and comedians.

Duchess of Cambridge in Blackpool
Kensington Royal on Twitter

Hundreds of well-wishers braved the rain to meet the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Catherine was presented with flowers and t-shirts for her whole family having I ♥ Blackpool.

Duchess of Cambridge in Blackpool
Kensington Royal on Twitter

William and Catherine were presented with the traditional stick of Blackpool rock.

Duchess of Cambridge in Blackpool
Visit Blackpool on Twitter

During the walkabout, Duchess talked about a possible return to Blackpool  with her three children,  after saying she was disappointed at not getting to go to the top of the Tower

Duchess of Cambridge in Blackpool
Kensington Palace

Second engagement of the day was embargoed one. William and Catherine visited Kirby Road to see the realities of the town’s housing problems and the significant work under way to resolve these. They were shown around old boarding houses in Blackpool that are seriously substandard and which slum landlords had multiple people living in until very recently.

Duchess of Cambridge in Blackpool
Kensington Palace

Simon Perry from People reported,

In one house, walls were covered in black mold and graffiti, with debris littering the floor and children’s toys and a small coat left behind. They had to walk on planks to avoid dangerous rotting floorboards, while water dripped from a ceiling in the living room. The houses fell into disrepair after being purchased by private landlords, and then been used for multiple occupancy homes. The couple were shown how Blackpool Housing Company — which works with the local council — has stepped in to buy some at a market rate of about $60,000 each, renovated them and then renting them out as warm, safe, family homes.

Lee Burrell, development director of Blackpool Housing Company, who showed them around, tells PEOPLE, “Families and children are close to their heart and housing standards are a fundamental part of a family’s happiness and they showed a level of passion in terms of children and a level of knowledge of housing related issues. The passion came over in how they asked questions. It was heartening to see such a level of interest in what we are trying to tackle. There was a passion there I probably didn’t expect.

They were very interested in children and how they could be impacted by the living conditions. They were interested in what we are trying to do to resolve issues and where legislation might help change things.”

Duchess of Cambridge in Blackpool
Kensington Palace

After seeing an example of poorly maintained ex-boarding house at Kirby Road in Blackpool, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit Christina Jackson in a similar house across the road which has been purchased and upgraded by My Blackpool Home.

Duchess of Cambridge in Blackpool
Kensington Palace

My Blackpool Home works to substantially improve the standards, choice & management of rental accommodation in the inner areas of Blackpool. Christina’s home was renovated in 2018 under BlackpoolCouncil’s investment and refurbishment scheme — in total around 50 bedsits in the area have now become 13 good quality homes for families. From People, Jackson told reporters afterwards, They said the house is absolutely lovely. They’re so down to earth, they really got it. They seem to know everything that was going on and were very understanding.”

Duchess of Cambridge in Blackpool
Kensington Palace

Then the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge traveled to Blackpool Central Library where they joined two separate discussions focussing on issues and initiatives of particular relevance to each of their ongoing charitable interests.

Duchess of Cambridge in Blackpool
Kensington Palace

The Duchess continued her work on early childhood and join people involved in Blackpool’s ‘A Better Start’ programme, including health visitors, practitioners from the Family Nurse Partnership, and parents. The Better Start partnership is responsible for implementing services which families need for their children to be healthy, happy and ready to learn. They aim to make a decisive change to transform their life chances and to achieve a generational shift, ensuring that today’s babies enjoy the early care and nurture they need for healthy development and to be ready for school, and that in turn, as they grow up and become parents themselves, they will pass on the Better Start legacy to the next generation.

Duchess of Cambridge in Blackpool
Kensington Palace

The session, led by Merle Davies, the Director of Blackpool’s Centre for Early Child Development, discussed the impact of long-term investment in mothers, fathers and children in their early years. The couple heard about hearing about Health Visitor Transformation, FNP, Trauma Informed Care and Baby Steps.

Duchess of Cambridge in Blackpool
Kensington Palace

A beautiful shot of Duchess. The Duke met people affected by problems around mental health, including issues such as homelessness and addiction, and meet people making a difference through the innovative work locally. He also met representatives of the emergency services and first responder community to learn more about how they are helping people with complex mental health needs.

Duchess of Cambridge in Blackpool
Blackpool Gazette

For the final stop of the day, the royal couple visited Revoe Park, a recently revamped community garden and park that has been transformed thanks to involvement from ‘A Better Start’. The couple arrived at the park in torrential rain.

Duchess of Cambridge in Blackpool
Kensington Royal

The park had previously been a known location for drug use, in an area of significant deprivation, yet is now a great example of how a long-term community led initiative can transform lives and provide new opportunities. In particular the park is helping young children experience gardening and the outdoors, as well as providing space and activities that allow parents, particularly men, to talk about mental health.

Duchess of Cambridge in Blackpool
CECD Blackpool

Little boy Jack gave a woodland necklace to Duchess and William got one for him from cute girl Bella Mae-Coleman. He proudly wore his and joined the forest school group roasting marshmallows round the camp fire.

 

While Catherine talked to the parents about how they use the Forest school and what a good resource it is.

Duchess of Cambridge in Blackpool
Kensington Royal

William and Catherine met with volunteers who maintain the space and run activities in the park, including a carpentry workshop. The park has been transformed by park wardens and Better Start Blackpool into an area that dads’ groups, nurseries and forest schools can use.

Duchess of Cambridge in Blackpool
Kensington Royal

Another beautiful shot of Duchess with a cute kid.

A video of the day.

Duchess of Cambridge in Blackpool
Kensington Royal

For the Day Duchess of Cambridge chose her Sportmax Long Belted Coat that she debuted at the 2015 Church Service. The virgin wool coat features a belted waistline, lapel collars and flap pockets.

Sportmax Long Belted Coat
Sportmax Long Belted Coat

Underneath the coat, Catherine is wearing a Michael Kors Joule Green Midi Shirt Dress. The £225 dress is currently available for £158. Thanks to Laura for the id.

MICHAEL KORS Women's Midi Shirt Dress - Joule Green
MICHAEL KORS Women’s Midi Shirt Dress – Joule Green

The midi dress features a collarstyle neckline with front button closure, blousen sleeves and a belted waistline.

MICHAEL KORS Women's Midi Shirt Dress - Joule Green
MICHAEL KORS Women’s Midi Shirt Dress – Joule Green

A closer look at the print and detailing.

MICHAEL KORS Women’s Midi Shirt Dress – Joule Green

She carried her Manu Atelier Green Micro Bold Leather Shoulder Bag debuted in January 2019 when she visited Dundee to open new V&A Museum.

Manu Atelier Green Micro Bold Leather Shoulder Bag
Manu Atelier Green Micro Bold Leather Shoulder Bag

Duchess is wearing black suede Pointy-toe boots that she first wore at the Christmas Party held at Kensington Palace for the family members of armed forces deployed in Cyprus in December 2018. Middleton Maven on twitter suggested that they could be an old Ralph Lauren style.

Duchess of Cambridge wore UFO Suede Pointy toe boots in Blackpool
UFO Suede Pointy toe boots

Catherine finished her looks with Kiki Classic Green Amethyst Cushion Drop & Diamond Hoop Earrings.

Duchess of Cambridge Kiki Classic Green Amethyst Cushion Drop & Diamond Hoop Earrings
Kiki Classic Green Amethyst Cushion Drop & Diamond Hoop Earrings

Duchess kept the cold away with a black wool scarf and a pair of gloves.

Duchess of Cambridge in Blackpool
Kensington Royal

 

Next we will see Duchess on March 11th at the annual Commonwealth Day Service.

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Prince of Wales’ Investiture Anniversary

Duchess of Cambridge at the 50th Anniversary of Prince of Wales' Investiture
Duchess of Cambridge at the 50th Anniversary of Prince of Wales' Investiture
Elliot Wagland on Twitter/PA

Today, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined Her Majesty the Queen and Prince Charles of Wales at Buckingham Palace for a reception marking the 50th anniversary of Prince Charles’ Investiture as Prince of Wales.

Duchess of Cambridge at the 50th Anniversary of Prince of Wales' Investiture
Clarence House

The reception, that was hosted by the Queen, was also attended by Duchess of Cornwall, Princess Royal Anne and Duke and Duchess of Sussex along with the leading figures in Welsh and UK public life, as well as representatives from The Prince of Wales’s many Welsh charities and patronages, including The Prince’s Trust Cymru, Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod and the BBC National Orchestra & Chorus of Wales.

Duchess of Cambridge at the 50th Anniversary of Prince of Wales' Investiture
The Royal Family

The investiture of the Prince of Wales is the ceremony marking formal acknowledgement of a newly-created Prince of Wales. The title is traditionally given to the eldest son of the reigning monarch of the United Kingdom. During the investiture ceremony, the Prince is presented and invested with the ensigns of his rank and dignity, similar to a coronation. An investiture is purely ceremonial, as the title is created via letters patent.

Prince Charles Investiture as Prince of Wales
The Royal Collection Trust

Prince Charles was created Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester by Letters Patent on July 26, 1958 but the investiture ceremony was held on July 01, 1969  at Caernarfon Castle in Wales. Prince Charles is the longest-serving Prince of Wales in British history.

Prince Charles Investiture as Prince of Wales
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Before the investiture The Prince had spent a term at the University College of Wales at Aberystwyth, learning to speak Welsh and after being Invested he embarked on a tour of Wales. At the ceremony, Prince Charles then took an oath:

“I, Charles, Prince of Wales, do become your liege man of life and limb and of earthly worship and faith and truth I will bear unto thee to live and die against all manner of folks.”

A video of the ceremony.

Duchess of Cambridge at the 50th Anniversary of Prince of Wales' Investiture
Clarence House

Buckingham Palace have said that this special reception will mark The Prince of Wales’s fifty years of service to Wales, the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth, and will be an opportunity to celebrate a range of Welsh charities, organisations and businesses. The Archbishop of Canterbury gave a speech to mark the Anniversary.

Prince of Wales Investiture Gold Coronet
The RCT

The Investiture Regalia worn by The Prince of Wales in 1969  was on display, including the Investiture Coronet, Sword, Ring and Rod, as well as the Letters Patent for the creation of Charles, Duke of Cornwall as Prince of Wales in 1958. Daily Mail reported an interesting story behind the gold coronet designed by celebrated goldsmith Louis Osman,

The orb in its centre is actually made from a ping pong ball. Now, for the first time, David Mason, a 74-year-old retired chemical research manager from Warwickshire who made the striking gold circlet, tells the true story of the so-called ‘imposter coronet’ – including how the original design was smashed with just days to go, forcing him to drive with a hastily made replacement in the back of his unguarded Mini van. He also reveals Charles had no idea he was being honoured with a gold-covered table tennis ball on his head at the time – and probably still doesn’t today.

Duchess of Cambridge at the 50th Anniversary of Prince of Wales' Investiture
The Royal Family

The reception culminated with a musical performance in the Ballroom by students from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, of which The Prince of Wales is Patron. The performance included a new piece written for the anniversary by Welsh composer Paul Mealor, inspired by the legend of the Lady of Llyn y Fan, a mountain lake near The Prince of Wales’s Welsh home, Llwynywermod in Carmarthenshire.

A video of the reception.

Duchess of Cambridge at the 50th Anniversary of Prince of Wales' Investiture
Derek Momodu/PA

Today Duchess chose a very understated but elegant look. She was wearing an Victorian ice blue midi dress. It has similarities with Duchess’ Beulah London Sabitri Dress and Alexander McQueen Dusty Pink Dress that Catherine wore at Pippa’s wedding in May 2017. Rebecca English on Twitter informed that the Dress is designed by a private dressmaker.

Duchess of Cambridge at the 50th Anniversary of Prince of Wales' Investiture
The Royal Family

Today’s dress has a high neckline with frayed detailing, a row of button at the front of the bodice, slightly puffed shoulders and cuffs  and a pleated skirt.

Emmy London Rebecca Blush Suede Pointed Toe Courts
Emmy London Rebecca Blush Suede Pointed Toe Courts

Duchess paired her look with a blush suede pumps. MiddletonMaven on Twitter suggested that Duchess might be wearing Emmy London’s Blush Rebecca Pumps. I received confirmation from the label regarding it. The £425 pumps are described as, “A stylish pointed court shoe in a soft nude blush suede. This style is perfect for creating a chic, effortless look. With a super straight heel that is flattering to your foot and leg, this new addition to the Emmy London collection is great for your workwear wardrobe but also looks fantastic paired with jeans. The blush kid suede is sublimely soft and is a great neutral tone to pair with a variety of colours”.

Alexander McQueen Pale Blue Clutch
Alexander McQueen Pale Blue Clutch

Catherine was carrying her Alexander McQueen Pale Blue Clutch that she carried at the Trooping the Colour in June 2018 and at the Centenary of RAF in July 2018.

Duchess of Cambridge wear diamond and aquamarine earrings
The Royal Family

Duchess finished her look of the day with UFO Diamond and Aquamarine Drop Earrings that she had since early days of her wedding.

 

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