The Duchess of Cambridge visited Bletchley Park today to view their new D-Day: Interception, Intelligence, Invasion exhibition.
You may recall Kate first toured the site in 2014 where her paternal grandmother, Miss Valerie Glassborow worked as a code-breaker during WWII.
For today's visit, the Duchess donned a mix of familiar pieces, and we got a better a look at her Alessandra Rich dress which we first saw her wear in the family portraits marking Prince Charles' 70th birthday.
HANDBAG: Smythson Navy Panama Purse with Strap.
SHOES: Emmy London 'Rebecca' in Riviera blue. First worn in September 2018 at the Carter - Snuggs wedding.
BROOCH: Bletchley Park commemorative badge symbolizing the rotors used in the codebreaking machines as noted by @TeasAndTiaras. The pin belonged to Kate’s paternal grandmother, Valerie Middleton (nee Glassborow).
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