The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge celebrated Christmas with the Royal Family at Sandringham and started their day by attending the traditional Christmas service at St. Mary Magadelene's Church on the Queen's estate.
The couple joined the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and other members of the royal family for the traditional walk to the church.
Kate looked rather festive once again for this year’s service wearing a berry red custom coat by Catherine Walker.
The design elements of the coat are similar to the forest green coat she owns from the label, including the double-breasted front, contrast velvet collar, cuffs and flap pockets. Besides the colour, the only notable difference is the longer length.
The Duchess wore a new custom headpiece from Jane Taylor. It is the burgundy 'Halo Band' (£830) with a contrasting bow at the back. The vintage inspired headband is from the milliners A/W 218 collection.
Kate coordinated the ensemble with her cranberry Mulberry 'Bayswater' Suede Clutch and Gianvito Rossi 'Gianvito 105' Royale Burgundy Suede.
Kate wore her Asprey Oak Leaf Small Hoop Earrings.
She complemented the earrings with her oak leaf acorn brooch.
Kate wore new pair of burgundy gloves with a bow detail.
The design looks very similar to a black pair she first wore in February 2017 which remain unidentified.
The Cambridges gathered with extended Royal family members today for the Queen's annual pre-Christmas luncheon at Buckingham Palace.
The Duchess of Cambridge along with her royal tots, Prince George and Princess Charlotte were spotted en route to the Palace with Prince William behind the wheel and Nanny Maria in the back with the kids.
Here's a closer look at Charlotte in the back seat.
Kate wore a sherbet pink pussy bow dress or blouse.
The details look very similar to her Stella McCartney dress which she wore to Prince Philip's private family birthday dinner in June 2011.
Many don't think it is the same dress because the material looks different, but I'll use my physics education to explain why the material may look different. The car window would reflect some of the camera flash light hence not all the light would reach the dress making it look more matte. Essentially, the light has been polarized and makes the dress look less shiny. Think of it like polarized sunglasses. Polarized sunglasses reduce glare, so the same principle could be happening here. The car windshield is polarizing the light (by reflection) hence reducing the "glare" of the dress.
The Duchess choose to accessorize with her In2Design Baroque Pearl Drop Earrings.
Kensington Palace released a new family portrait of the Cambridge clan this morning to mark the festive season. The photograph, taken by Matt Porteous, shows The Duke and Duchess with their three children at Anmer Hall, and features on the Cambridge family Christmas card this year.
The Duchess was casually dressed in her forest green Fjallraven Övik Re-Wool Sweater with light blue check shirt, blue jeans, and her Asprey London Oak Leaf Small Hoop Earrings.
I will update the post if the remaining pieces are identified.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had two engagements in London today.
They first visited Evelina London Children's Hospital to hear from staff and parents about the hospital's life changing care and support. This morning, Kensington Palace announced that The Duchess has become Patron of the hospital.
Later in the afternoon, Kate and William joined The Passage Charity, a Resource Centre for homeless people, for an arts and crafts workshop to prepare cards and gifts ahead of centre’s Christmas party next week.
Kate stepped out in the LK Bennett Mortimer Green Polka Dot Silk Dress (£325) - a new addition to her closet.
Designed in a green and cream patterned silk, the 'Mortimer' dress has a fitted waist to help shape an hourglass silhouette, while the pussy-bow detail adds a feminine touch to this button-down design.
She teamed it with her LK Bennett 'Dora' Khaki Suede Clutch and Gianvito Rossi 'Gianvito' 85 dark olive suede pumps (US$675) which she debuted last week in Cyprus.
The dark olive pointed-toe pumps are also available in a shorter 70 mm heel at My Theresa, and higher 105 mm heel at Budapester.
The Duchess finished the ensemble with her Annoushka Pearl and Kiki Diamond Hoop Earrings.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge flew into Cyprus this afternoon to visit RAF Akrotiri and meet serving personnel spending Christmas away from their families.
The royal couple delivered letters and gifts received from their families at yesterday’s Kensington Palace party.
Today's visit came with a surprise in the sartorial department. Kate ditched her signature ultra-feminine look for a professional ensemble consisting of a pair of wide leg trousers.
PANTS: Jigsaw High Waisted Sport Luxe Trousers (£130).
JACKET: Smythe 'Duchess' wool blazer in Army green (US$695). First worn in 2016 during Canadian royal tour.
TOP: Ivory scoop neck knit tee (unidentified).
HANDBAG: LK Bennett 'Dora' Khaki Suede Clutch (£175).
SHOES: Gianvito Rossi 'Gianvito' 85 olive suede pumps (US$675).
BELT: Green croc-embossed belt with gold-tone buckle. First seen teamed with her Hobbs London Pine Green 'Persephone' Trench Coat at the 2014 St Patrick’s Day parade at Mons Barracks, and again in 2016 for arrival in Whitehorse, Canada. The piece remains unidentified.
EARRINGS: Asprey London Oak Leaf Small Hoop Earrings (repeat).
WATCH: Cartier Ballon Bleu Watch (repeat).
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