The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge attended a commissioning parade at the Jamaican Defence Force on day six of the Platinum Jubilee Royal Tour of the Caribbean.
The inaugural Commissioning Parade is for service personnel across the Caribbean who have recently completed the Military Academy’s Officer Training Programme. Prince William, a former Household Calvary officer, wore his Blues and Royals No 1 Tropical dress.
The Duchess wore an ivory lace dress by Alexander McQueen. The bespoke design features a square neckline, floral lace overlay with scalloped trim, short and sheer puffed sleeves, and a ribbon waistband.
This photo offers a look at the back of the dress.
Many have noted its similarity to a dress The Queen wore at a 1954 garden party in Australia.
Kate elevated the formal look with a new saucer hat by Philip Treacy, featuring flowers on the top of the brim and underside.
She carried a new Anya Hindmarch 'Maud' Pearl-Embellished Satin Clutch bag in ivory (£395). The clutch is available to buy at Anya Hindmarch, Net-A-Porter, and Matches Fashion.
On her feet were a new pair of Emmy London 'Rebecca' pumps in Ivory (£415).
For jewellery, The Duchess wore The Queen's diamond and pearl drop earrings. She also had on Princess Diana’s Nigel Milne three-strand pearl bracelet.
The Duke & Duchess will be departing for the Bahamas later this afternoon.
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