The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge once again attended the first Sunday church service of the year at St Mary Magdalene on the Sandringham Estate. They joined The Queen and their friends, many of whom are godparents to the Cambridge children, including Emilia Jardine-Paterson, Laura and James Meade, and Thomas van Straubenzee. When asked by the crowds how his grandfather was, William replied, “Very well, thanks!”
The Duchess accepted a bouquet of flowers from ten-year-old Mia Croft and seven-year-old brother Oakley, saying, “Are these for the Queen? I will take them back for you. She will love these – lots of bright colours.”
We last saw this bespoke Catherine Walker coat in Oslo, Norway a year ago on the Sweden & Norway royal tour.
The coat has been altered since she last wore it as a maternity coat, whilst pregnant with Louis. Underneath, Kate looked to be wearing her green polka dot LK Bennett ‘Mortimer’ dress, worn to her last official engagement of 2018.
The Duchess wore a new bespoke Jane Taylor headband, perfectly matching her coat. This is the fifth halo-style headpiece we have seen her wear in the past year. She accessorized with her Jimmy Choo ‘Celeste’ navy suede clutch, now available for €363, down from €725, and her Cornelia James merino wool ‘Imogen’ gloves (£75). Kate also had on her navy suede Prada pointy toe pumps and her Annoushka pearls that she wears attached to her Kiki McDonough gold hoop earrings.