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.
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