The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined Prince Charles and Camila, The Duchess of Cornwall at Westminster Abbey on Monday for a multi-faith service to observe Commonwealth Day.
Commonwealth Day is held on the second Monday in March each year. It is a celebration of the Commonwealth of Nations which represents a global network of 54 countries working in collaboration towards shared economic, environmental, social and democratic goals.
For today's service in London, the Duchess debuted a sapphire blue Catherine Walker wool crepe coat.
The custom coat appears to take inspiration from the designer's 'Mayfair' style and is rendered in the hue of the 'Sapphire'. Kate's coat is modified with a velvet shawl collar.
She coordinated the coat with a new velvet hat by British milliner, Sean Barrett. The bespoke piece has a traditional pillbox design and is finished with a bow on the back.
The Duchess carried her Jimmy Choo 'Celeste S' Clutch in navy suede, and on her feet were her Rupert Sanderson 'Malory' Pumps also in navy suede.
Kate complemented the outfit with her sapphire & diamond oval drop earrings, and the matching pendant necklace.
Below is a look back at Kate's past Commonwealth Day ensembles since she first starting attending in 2015. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were absent in 2017, and the service was canceled in 2021 due to the pandemic.
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