The British Royal Family gathered on Saturday to attend the traditional Trooping the Colour parade, marking the first occasion under the reign of King Charles III.
The annual parade is the official celebration of the British monarch's birthday and is a military ceremony that involves a parade of soldiers from the Household Division, who march past the Sovereign in Horse Guards Parade.
For the horse carriage procession down The Mall, The Princess of Wales was joined by her three children, and Queen Camilla.
Meanwhile, Prince William was on horseback alongside his uncle, The Duke of Edinburgh, and his aunt, Princess Anne, in their roles as Colonels, and led by King Charles as Colonel in Chief.
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Following the parade, the Wales family were reunited on the balcony at Buckingham Palace for the traditional RAF fly-past.
Kate chose a striking monochromatic ensemble, clad entirely in green, to reflect her position as the Colonel of the Irish Guards.
Additionally, as a homage to her role, Kate wore the gold three-leaf clover brooch, on loan from the Irish Guards.
The Princess appeared elegant in a custom emerald green embellished dress by Andrew Gn, inspired by a coat from the designer's Spring Summer '23 collection. This marks the first occasion where we have seen Kate wearing a piece from the Singaporean fashion designer, perhaps in preparation for the Earthshot Prize Awards in Singapore this year.
She also debuted a bespoke wide-brim straw hat by Philip Treacy, which perfectly matched the hue of her dress. The chapeau features a tonal satin band with a bow at the back, as well as a button identical to those on the Andrew Gn dress. I suspect the hat was a collaboration between the milliner and the designer.
Kate carried her green L.K.Bennett 'Dora' Suede Envelope Clutch.
On her feet were a new pair of Aquazzura 'Purist' 105 Pumps in Green Suede (£500).
The Princess completed the ensemble by accessorizing with Princess Diana's Cabochon Sapphire Drop Earrings.
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