The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge along with Prince Harry attended a Service of Hope at Westminster Abbey on April 5, following the London terror attack in Westminster on March 22.
The royal trio joined a 1,800 strong congregation of politicians, service personnel, victims and their families. Upon arrival at the Abbey, William laid a wreath at the Innocent Victims Memorial.
Following the somber service, the young royals met privately with families of those killed and injured in the attack, before meeting with first responders.
For the Service of Hope, Kate repeated the Missoni 'Long Snake Stitch Coat' she wore to last year's Battle of Somme vigil in France.
She also repeated her Sylvia Fletcher for Lock & Co. hat, a bespoke piece based on the milliner's ‘Salsa’ style.
Other familiar accessories included her Gianvito Rossi black suede pumps and the Queen’s Diamond Stud and Pearl Drop Earrings.
The only new addition to Kate’s outfit was her handbag. The Duchess carried the Beulah X Aspinal Blue Heart Clutch in black croc (£229.17) which has unfortunately sold out.
The piece is a collaboration between Beulah London and Aspinal of London for The Blue Heart Campaign. The charity project is an awareness raising initiative to fight human trafficking and its impact on society. 25% of the profits from the sale of each limited edition Blue Heart Clutch will be donated to the United Nations Blue Heart Campaign. You can still purchase the clutch in the signature blue heart print:
The design of the clutch is based on Aspinal's 'Mini Eaton' clutch which is available for US$440.
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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