The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had a day of engagements in Cumbria to celebrate the work of local heroes, farmers, volunteers and those supporting the rural community in northwest England’s Lake District.
Their first stop was the market town of Keswick for a walkabout.
Kate sported her signature casual style. Today she debuted the Troy London 'The Tracker' Jacket in Olive (£275). The summer-weight jacket is made in England from cotton drill and features monogrammed bone buttons, utilitarian pockets and an internal drawstring waist for an adjustable fit. Thanks to @MiddletonMaven for the ID.
Under the jacket Kate wore her Fjallraven Forest Green Övik Re-Wool Sweater and a white blouse with a ruffled collar.
Th blouse is believed to be the Sézane ‘Marguerite' Shirt featuring a high ruffle neck with front pintuck pleats and ladder stitch panels.
The Duchess wore black skinny jeans with the hem tucked into her See By Chloé Combat Ankle Boots.
Kate accessorized with her beloved KIKI Lauren Yellow Gold Diamond Pave Leaf Earrings and Cartier Ballon Bleu Watch.
The royal couple then spent time on Deepdale Hall Farm with the Brown family tending to their flock of Herdwick and Swaledale sheep, and joining them for sheep shearing, herding and dry stone walling.
The Duke and Duchess finished their time in Cumbria with a guided nature walk. They were joined by the Cumbria Wildlife Trust and children from Patterdale School for an environmental educational session on the Ullswater Way.
For the farm visit and walk, Kate changed into her Barbour Waxed Defence Jacket and Berghaus Supalite II GTX Walking Boots.
Queen Elizabeth II officially celebrated her 93rd birthday today with the Trooping the Colour parade. Although Her Majesty was born on 21 April, it has long been the tradition to publicly celebrate the Monarch's birthday on a day in the summer.
The Duchess of Cambridge attended her ninth consecutive Trooping the Colour event.
For the procession down the Mall, Kate rode in a carriage with Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Meanwhile, Prince William was on horseback alongside his father, the Duke of York, and Princess Anne, in their roles as Colonels.
Following the parade, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were reunited on the balcony at Buckingham Palace for the traditional RAF fly-past where they were joined by their adorable children, with Prince Louis making his balcony debut.
Kate looked radiant today in a soft yellow dress by Alexander McQueen. The bespoke design features an elongated folded v-neckline collar, a peplum waist, 3/4 sleeves, and McQueen's signature peaked shoulders.
The pastel hue is consistent with the subtle tones of previous years, bar 2017, when Kate opted for a vibrant pink Alexander McQueen dress. The Duchess has worn Alexander McQueen on all occasions expect 2012 when she debuted an Erdem dress, and in 2015 when she wore Catherine Walker's 'Astrid' coatdress.
Today, the Kate donned her Philip Treacy slice hat with rosettes. You may recall she debuted the piece at Prince Harry and Meghan Marke's wedding ceremony in May 2018.
We saw the return of the Bahrain Pearl Drop Earrings, on loan from Queen Elizabeth II's royal jewellery collection.
The earrings were complemented with a new diamond cross pendant necklace.
Kate carried her white Alexander McQueen butterfly box clutch (US$2,890).
It's always a treat to see the extended royal family enjoying the celebrations for Her Majesty's birthday.
The Duchess of Cambridge attended her first ‘Beating Retreat‘ pageant this evening.
The Household Division’s Beating Retreat is a spectacular evening pageant of music and military precision drill, including horses, cannon and fireworks. The concerts are performed on Horse Guards Parade in front of the beautiful backdrop of St James’s Park each year on the Wednesday and Thursday evenings preceding the 'Trooping The Colour' parade.
Kate looked lovely in her bespoke cream Catherine Walker coat.
She first wore when departing Canada in October 2016, and again in 2017 for Easter Sunday service at St. George’s Chapel.
Tonight, the Duchess teamed if with her Mulberry 'Amberley' Dark Blush Leather Clutch and Gianvito Rossi 'Gianvito 105' Praline Suede Pumps.
She finished the look with her Cassandra Goad Cavolfiore Pearl Stud Earrings, and borrowed the Irish Guards shamrock brooch for the occasion.
The British Royal Family rolled out the red carpet tonight for President Donald Trump and First Lady Melanie Trump who are on a State visit to the United Kingdom.
Queen Elizabeth II hosted a state banquet at Buckingham Palace in honour of Mr and Mrs Trump, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge partook in the evening along with many other members of the Royal family.
This was Kate's fourth state banquet and tonight she wore a striking white gown by Alexander McQueen. The bespoke ruffled lace dress features a sweetheart neckline and cap sleeves.
Kate proudly wore the Royal Victorian Order sash and badge for the first time. You may recall The Duchess of Cambridge was appointed Dame Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order (GCVO) in April. Awards in the Royal Victorian Order are made personally by The Queen for services to the Sovereign.
The order is also represented by a Maltese Cross, which you'll notice on Kate's sash dangling at her hip.
Kate affixed the upper portion of the sash to her dress with her acorn brooch, and on her left side was pinned a Royal Family Order of Queen Elizabeth II which the Duchess was awarded in 2017.
Kate donned the Queen Mary Lover's Knot tiara, and once the signature diadem of the late Princess of Wales.
Kate teamed the tiara with the Queen Mother’s sapphire and diamond fringe earrings.
We first saw them at the 100 Women in Hedge Funds Dinner in 2015. Below, we see them on the Queen Mother.
And finally, Kate carried her white Alexander McQueen butterfly box clutch and wore a four-stranded pearl bracelet we have not seen before.
It is suggested it could be a piece from Princess Diana's collection.
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