Members of the royal family gathered for the annual National Service of Remembrance at the Cenotaph in Whitehall, London on Sunday morning.
Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II oversaw the scaled back Remembrance Sunday commemorations from the central balcony of the Foreign Office, accompanied by her lady-in-waiting, Susan Rhodes.
To her left, on a separate balcony stood the Duchesses of Cornwall and Cambridge.
Kate debuted a bespoke piece from her go-to designer Catherine Walker for the sombre occasion. Cut with a high collar and button-up front, the tailored design incorporates military-inspired details.
The Duchess donned a Philip Treacy fascinator and the Queen’s diamond and pearl drop earrings.
The headpiece is from the milliner's AW20 collection and captures Philip Treacy’s intriguing sculptural approach to design. This velvet beret boasts a statement satin bow detail nestled to one side.
A closer look at Kate's elegant up-do.
The Duchess wore her Cornelia James 'Alice' Gloves.
Kate was seen wearing a black Amaia plumetti face mask as she traveled in a chauffeur driven car after attending the National Service of Remembrance at The Cenotaph.
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