In the UK, the Remembrance Day ceremony is held on the second Sunday in November at the
Cenotaph in Whitehall, London. The ceremony is attended by The Queen and other members of the Royal Family. Today, the Duchess of Cambridge attended the ceremony, and watched the service from the Foreign Office balcony alongside the Countess of Wessex and Vice Admiral Tim Laurence. You can read more about the ceremony here.
This year, Catherine wore the fit-and-flare 'Noa' coat from Temperley London. The black dress coat features a high neck, a single breasted front button fastening, and a jacquard diamond check panel design. The coat is from Temperley London's Fall/Winter 2012/13 collection and originally retailed for £1250.
Kate accessorised with her Lock & Co 'Fairy Tale' hat, Cornelia James gloves, and her Annoushka pearl drop with Kiki hoop earrings. She commemorated the day with the Buckley Crystal Poppy Brooch.
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Update (6th Dec 2013)
Kate was seen holding an unidentified clutch bag to the Remembrance Sunday service.
It has since been identified as the Mulberry 'Bayswayer' clutch in black suede, after Kate was seen carrying it the UK film premiere of Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom.
I have retired the "Bits and Bobs" section of the website and started a new segment title "Outfit Chronicle".