This morning, members of the royal family gathered for the annual Remembrance Sunday commemorations at the Cenotaph in Whitehall, London. The Duchess of Cambridge attended the ceremony and watched the service from the Foreign Office central balcony alongside Her Majesty the Queen, and Camila, The Duchess of Cornwall.
Catherine debuted a bespoke piece from her go-to designer Catherine Walker. Cut with a high point collar and zip-up front, the tailored design incorporates military-inspired details.
The Duchess donned a new black Philip Treacy velvet hat with veil.
We saw the return of the Bahrain Pearl Drop Earrings, on loan from Queen Elizabeth II's royal jewellery collection.
Kate finished the look with a new poppy brooch in support of the Royal British Legion. It is The Codebreakers Brooch (£29.99) - a tribute to the work of those in signal intelligence. The piece is inspired by the rotors of the Enigma machines, from which Allied cryptologists successfully decrypted a vast number of enemy messages during WWII. Kate's paternal grandmother, Miss Valerie Glassborow worked as a code-breaker during the war.
A view of Kate's elegant chignon.
Below is a look back at Kate's past outfits for this annual memorial event.
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