The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, along with Prince Harry, joined The Queen, Prince Philip, and other members of the royal family on 9th March for a Service of Dedication to honor the men and women who served during the Gulf War and conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Kate wore an all-blue ensemble for the service at Horse Guards Parade in central London.
The Duchess wore her Michael Kors indigo twill jacquard swing coat which she debuted on the final day of the Australia tour in 2014. The coat is from the American designer's Spring 2014 collection and it features a full skirt and front flap pockets.
Other familiar pieces included her Stuart Weitzman 'Muse' clutch, Rupert Sanderson 'Malory' pumps, and Cornelia James 'Beatrice' gloves.
Kate also wore her G. Collins & Sons tanzanite & diamond earrings and necklace.
She topped off the look with a new chapeau by Lock & Co. Hatters.
She donned the milliner's 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' hat (£325) crafted from 100% rabbit fur felt. The iconic style has a lipped drop-brim and wide Petersham band.
Wed, Feb 21:
Kate and William will visit Sunderland, in northeast England. They will officially open the Fire House, a new music and arts hub, where they will see music and dance performances from groups using the new facility. The Duke and Duchess will also visit the Northern Spire bridge over the River Wear, slated to open in the spring.
Tue, Feb 27:
Kate will visit St. Thomas’ Hospital to launch the Nursing Now campaign, created to raise the profile of nursing worldwide. She will visit a specialist ward, take part in a roundtable discussion and deliver a speech to mark the launch of the Nursing Now campaign. Later, Kate will visit the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists to learn more about the ways to reduce newborn and maternal mortality rates around the world.
Wed, Feb 28:
In her role as Patron of the National Portrait Gallery, Kate will view the exhibition ‘Victorian Giants: The Birth of Art Photography.‘
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