The Prince and Princess of Wales visited Sandringham House this afternoon to view the floral tributes left at Norwich Gates for the late Queen.
William and Kate stopped to read some of the tributes.
The Prince and Princess then went on a walkabout to greet the public that had gathered outside of the Sandringham Estate.
Kate wore a long black coat over a black midi dress featuring a ribbed bodice and pleated skirt.
The silhouette of the coat appears to be identical to the navy Catherine Walker long wool coat the Duchess first wore in May 2021.
Here's a closer look at the mixed-media dress.
It appears to be a modified Alexander McQueen piece. The ready-to-wear version has a the same ribbed bodice, stitched waist and pleated skirt. Kate had the crisscross detail removed from the waist. Thanks to UFO No More for the ID.
Kate carried her Grace Han 'Love Letter' Small Top Handle Bag, and on her feet were her Gianvito Rossi 105 pumps in black suede.
The Princess honored the late Queen by wearing the pearl and diamond earrings which were originally loaned to Kate from Her Majesty in 2016. She also wore a cross pendant necklace.
The Sandringham Estate in Norfolk is a royal residence owned personally by the monarch. Queen Elizabeth II would customarily spend the anniversary of her father's death with her family at Sandringham House. More recently, she used it as her official base from Christmas until February. Below is a photo of Her Majesty's last public engagement at Sandringham House where she marked her Platinum Jubilee.
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