The Princess of Wales attended the annual National Service of Remembrance at the Cenotaph in Whitehall, London on Sunday morning. She watched the service from the Foreign Office central balcony alongside Camila, Queen Consort.
King Charles III led the nation in Remembrance and was joined at the Cenotaph by his siblings, Prince Edward and Princess Anne, and his son, Prince William.
The Princess debuted a black coatdress by Catherine Walker.
It is the 'Evie' style featuring diagonal pintuck details across the chest and shoulder. IDed by to Irène via What Kate Wore.
She also added a new Philip Treacy wide brim hat. The black felt headwear appears to be a custom design based on a AW20 collection piece as noted by UFO No More.
Kate accessoried with Princess Diana's horseshoe diamond & pearl drop earrings, and she secured a cluster of three paper poppies with a new diamond brooch.
Sarah from UFO No More identified the piece as the Art Deco Diamond Set Brooch sold by Bentley & Skinner (£14,500). It is a genuine 1920's Art Deco brooch featuring geometric shapes and fine openwork platinum set with diamonds totally around 4.5 carats.
Kate wore her black Cornelia James 'Alice' gloves, and carried her Mulberry 'Bayswater' Clutch in Black Suede.
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