The Duchess of Cambridge attended the Garter Day service today alongside other members of the Royal Family.
The Order of the Garter is the most senior and the oldest British Order of Chivalry and was founded by Edward III in 1348. Each year in June, a procession and service take place at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle for the Order of the Garter. Prince William has been a Royal Knights Companion of the Garter since 2008.
The Duchess opted for a new cornflower blue coatdress reportedly by Alexander McQueen. It features a portrait neckline with notch lapels, fitted bodice with a waistband, pleated skirt, and self-covered buttons at the cuff.
She also debuted a blue Juliette Botterill Floral Leaf Teardrop hat (£560) from the milliner's SS22 collection. It features a woven straw base adorned with an array of silk roses, rosebuds, leaves, and silk abaca bow. ID by Katie’s Royal Love (Twitter).
On her feet, Kate premiered the Aquazzura 'Love Link' 105 Sling in blueberry grosgrain ($1095). The slingback pumps are finished with a sparkly, heart-shaped chain at the heel. ID by British Royal Family 63 (Twitter).
We saw the return of the blue scalloped clutch bag she first carried in Belize. It remains unidentified.
The G. Collins tanzanite and diamond earrings and the matching necklace topped off the elegant look.
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