Kate Middleton Looked Dignified On Remembrance Day with a black-colored coat

By Ila Samant | 1 year ago
Kate Middleton Looked Dignified On Remembrance Day with a black-colored coat
Kate looks dignified in black on Rememberence Day.
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The Duchess of Cambridge has always put everyone in awe with her dressing style on every occasion that she visits. According to a recent report, Kate Middleton was seen on Sunday, November 8, in Central London. It happened to be Remembrance Day, when the entire Royal Family had gathered together to respect those who had given their lives in the nation’s war.

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The 33-year-old Duchess looked highly sophisticated and dignified in a black colored long coat, which was fitted to give her a nice body shape. There was a line of three poppies all pinned together to her coat. Adding to the black coat that she wore was a black hat, which had a bow on the top and a net on the front slightly covering her face from forehead to nose. She topped the look off with a pearl earring. According to OK! Magazine UK, this mother of two had also let her hair loose, quite different with the style that she generally keeps.

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She saw the proceedings while she was standing on the royal box. She watched on as her husband Prince William honored the dead by laying a wreath. She passed a smile as she saw her family members taking part in the ceremony. Various political leaders accompanied her, including the Queen of Netherlands, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, and King Willem-Alexander.

Apart from them, even the other members of the Royal Family like Prince Harry had laid wreaths onto the dead bodies. According to Mail Online, the Duke was cladded in his RAF Flight Lieutenant’s dress and Prince Harry was wearing a blue captain’s uniform.

There were two minutes of silence at 11 a.m., after which there was a veterans’ march from the Horse’s Guard Parade in respect of the dead. The official transition of Prince Harry into a full time royal was marked after he took part in this ceremony.

Photo Source: Facebook/The British Monarchy

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