Catherine, Princess of Wales met with the 1st Battalion Irish Guards on Wednesday for the first time since becoming their Colonel.
While visiting the Salisbury Plain Training Area, she gained insight into the diverse operations undertaken by the Irish Guards, such as instructing park rangers on anti-poaching techniques in East Africa and providing de-mining training to the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
The Princess also participated in a "wounded soldier" exercise during the visit.
Princess Kate's Outfit
JACKET: A standard issue British Army Windproof Combat Smock with insignia identifying her rank of colonel. ID by Kate Middleton Style.
TOP: NEW! Holland Cooper Astoria Roll Neck Knit in Fern Green (£149). ID by Middleton Maven.
PANTS: G-Star Raw High G-Shape Cargo Skinny Pants in Dark Olive (repeat).
SHOES: Berghaus Supalite II Goretex Tech Boots (repeat).
HAT: NEW! Bojana suggests the N. Peal Unisex chunky ribbed cashmere hat in Moss Green.
EARRINGS: NEW! Kate Middleton Style suggests the Spells of Love Removable Teardrops in Gold.
GLOVES: NEW! Black gloves with brown ribbed knit cuff trim (unidentified).
Princess Kate sports a green Burberry suit for green energy talks with Norway’s Crown Prince & Princess
The Prince and Princess of Wales met with Norway’s Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit on Thursday at Windsor Castle.
The couple is in London for a three-day visit. Today's meeting also involved representatives from prominent Norwegian companies specializing in green energy solutions.
Kate wore a custom Burberry pant suit in green. We first saw her in the tailored blazer for the 'Shaping Us' campaign clip which she launched in late January.
Today we see the jacket paired with coordinating wide-leg trousers. The separates are currently available in grey at Burberry.
The green tie-neck blouse is also by Burberry, and first worn for a visit to a school in Bethnal Green earlier this year.
Completing the look were Kate's Emerald & Diamond Oval Earrings.
The Prince and Princess of Wales attended the Welsh Guards St David's Day Parade at Combermere Barracks on Wednesday. It marked the first occasion since Prince William assumed the position of Colonel of the Regiment from his father after the passing of Queen Elizabeth II.
As part of the St David's Day Parade, The Prince of Wales presented leeks to the Officers and Guardsmen during the event, who then distributed them along the ranks, as per tradition.
Established in 1915 by Royal Warrant of George V during the First World War, the Welsh Guards is one of the Foot Guards regiments of the British Army. The royal couple sat for an official photo with The Prince of Wales’s company following the parade.
They then met families from the Regiment as well as a group of troops from the 5th Royal Australian Regiment who are currently in the UK helping to train the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
Catherine, Princess of Wales wore a red and black ensemble for the occasion. She debuted a custom Alexander McQueen slim-fit midi coat.
The coat boasts a double-breasted style with padded shoulders, peak lapels, flap pockets at the hip, and a chest welt pocket. While the off-the-rack edition (£2,990) has an asymmetrical hemline, this feature was not present in Kate's coat.
The Princess wore a long black scarf tucked into her coat, and we also got a glimpse of a red midi dress.
She also premiered the 'Bow & Arrow' hat (£570) by London based milliner, Juliette Botterill.
The made-to-order peachbloom felt hat is trimmed with a stylish bow and two arrow feathers.
We saw the return of the black perforated leather gloves by Serbian fashion designer Evica Milovanov-Penezić.
Some may recall seeing them more than sixteen years ago when Kate wore the gloves for Prince William’s 2006 Sovereign's parade at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.
Today she carried her Mulberry Small Amberley Crossbody Bag in Black Croc.
On Kate's feet were her custom Gianvito Rossi Block Heel Boots in Black Suede featuring a pointed toe.
The Princess brought back her Asprey London Daisy Heritage Diamond Earrings.
For the ceremony, Kate wore a St David's Day leek, and a delicate diamond leek brooch pinned to the lapel of her coat.
It is a replica of the Welsh Guards Leek Brooch worn by the late Queen Elizabeth II. The original brooch was designed for Her Majesty in 1960 in the style of the Cap badge of the Welsh Guards. It was a regimental gift funded by the guardsmen.
Replicas of this symbolic brooch were made for several members of the royal family, and some speculate the brooch worn by Kate is the one Princess Diana wore.
A final look at Princess Kate's elegrant up-do.
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