This Sunday The Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge attended a service at Westminster Abbey, marking the centenary of the Armistice. They joined other members of the Royal Family, including The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, for the special service. The evening Remembrance Day service at Westminster Abbey, that marks the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Armistice and end of World War I, is Kate’s final engagement of the weekend.
The Duchess brought back one of her St Patrick’s Day coats for the event. We last saw this lovely deep green Catherine Walker coat last year in March. Kate had worn it for the St Patrick’s Day parade and then kept it on for her arrival in Paris that same day, ahead of her and William’s brief royal tour of the city.
Like her McQueen coat she wore in the morning, this coat looks slightly military-inspired with a velvet collar, cuffs and pocket flaps. It is a similar coat to the red Catherine Walker Russian Greatcoat worn by The Duchess on her arrival in New Zealand in 2014.
The Duchess wore a new headband — a style of headpiece she seems to love lately — from Jane Taylor. On their website, they say that the headband is on trend right now and possibly the most versatile headpiece. The velvet fabric of this particular headband is the perfect pick for Autumn and matches the velvet details on Kate’s coat.
Kate kept on her Cassandra Goad ‘Cavolfiore Pearl Earrings’ from earlier today. They are available for £4,360. The studs were inspired by the clusters of young flower stalks of the cauliflower (cavolfiore) in the market. They were debuted at Prince Louis’ christening. The Duchess also wore her Royal British Legion ‘Women Of The First World War Brooch’, available for pre-order for £29.99.