The Duchess of Cambridge today attended Remembrance Sunday events at the Cenotaph in London with the majority of the Royal Family, including Princes William and Harry who laid a wreath.
Kate joined the Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Sophie, Countess of Wessex to watch the service on from the balcony of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Two minutes of silence were led by the Queen to remember those who perished in the wars. The memorial also saw 750 armed forces personnel march around the memorial, as Kate watched with sombre intent alongside other royals from the balcony of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
While today, again, is most definitely not about what Kate chose to wear, we thought Kate made a wise (and savvy) fashion choice. She wore a repeated Diane Von Furstenberg coat that she has worn to a previous Remembrance Sunday in the past) and stuck to a solemn colour to ensure that the focus stayed on the important event and not her fashion choices. She paired her coat with Her Majesty’s Bahrain Pearl earrings.
Following the ceremony, Kate was seen chatting with Camilla.
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