Today, William, Kate and Harry attended a memorial called the Service of Hope at Westminster Abbey. The service paid tribute to those who had been victim of the terror attacks which took place in Westminster on March 22nd.
William and Kate participated in the service itself – with William delivering a touching spoken tribute.
They then also met with family members of the victims and first responders who attended the horrific scene.
While today was most certainly not about Kate’s fashion choices, the coat she wore to the event was a very sartorial choice. Kate opted to re-wear her Missoni Long Snake Stitch coat we had previously seen during memorial services for the 100th Anniversary of the Battle of the Somme in France.
It is a mix of grey and black print, and suited the remembrance aspects of today’s engagements perfectly.Kate also wore her Lock & Co. Salsa fascinator, a new Beulah clutch and The Queen’s diamond and pearl earrings.
Feature image is via Kensington Palace.
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