Kate completed her second solo overseas trip as the Duchess of Cambridge today, visiting Luxembourg to commemorate the 150th anniversary 1867 Treaty of London, that confirmed the country’s independence and neutrality.
Kate began the day with a visit to the Grand Duke Jean Museum of Modern Art. Kate was accompanied by Princess Stéphanie, Hereditary Grand Duchess of Luxembourg. While at the museum, she toured works of art by British artists as well as attended a reception with young people of Luxembourg.
Following her art-themed engagement, she moved to a sport-themed engagement, visiting Place Clairefontaine. While there, the Duchess toured a cycling festival.
Kate then met with Their Royal Highnesses The Grand Duke and Grand Duchess of Luxembourg at the Grand Ducal Palace.
Kate then joined the official commemoration of the 1867 Treaty of London at Luxembourg City Museum. While there, Kate walked outside the City Museum to take in the sights.
For today’s events, Kate chose a new bespoke Emilia Wickstead pale blue coat dress. Emilia Wickstead has made several coats for the Duchess over the years, and today’s coat was a well received new piece to Kate’s closet.
What did you think of Kate’s look today?
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