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15.06.15

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Catherine Walker – Trooping The Colour

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Catherine Walker - Trooping The Colour

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge made her first public appearance since the birth of daughter, Princess Charlotte, in early May at the Trooping the Colour tradition on Saturday (June 13), which annually celebrates Queen Elizabeth II’s birthday.

Very much adhering to her classically refined style, she wore a sky-blue and white Catherine Walker coatdress in a delicate floral print.

A white Lock & Co. hat with feathered plume detailing added a light touch of fun whimsy.

The look itself was lovely enough, but what really made it special was her colour coordination with her adorable son, Prince George, who was held by the handsomely uniformed Prince William.

It has already been noticed that George’s baby-blue ruffled romper was a spot-on reflection of his father’s childhood outfit during a Trooping the Colour celebration 31 years ago.

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04.05.15

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Jenny Packham – St. Mary’s Hospital

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Jenny Packham - St Mary's Hospital

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge left the Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s Hospital with their newborn baby daughter on Saturday (May 02) in London, England.

Radiant as ever, she wore a demurely sophisticated Jenny Packham bespoke silk shift dress.

I love the sunniness of the delicated yellow buttercup print that is undoubtedly representative of the couple’s happiness.

Of course, when she had her daughter cradled in her arms, the dress merely served as the backdrop to her beautiful bundle of joy.

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27.03.15

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Mulberry – The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Mulberry - The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge paid a visit to the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust today (March 27) in London, England, to see first-hand how the charity helps and provide services to youngsters in schools and local communities.

This will be the couples last public appearance together before they become parents for the second time.

The expectant Duchess, who is due to give birth around mid to late April, dressed her baby bump in a Mulberry fuchsia-pink coat which she previously wore during her two-day visit to New York in December.

Could this be a not-so-subtle hint that the Duchess is having a girl? We’ll have to wait and see.

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13.03.15

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Beulah London – Service of Commemoration at St Paul’s Cathedral

A Service Of Commemoration - Afghanistan

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attended a Service of Commemoration for troops who were stationed in Afghanistan today (March 13) held at St Paul’s Cathedral in London, England.

The Duchess, who is eight-months pregnant, wore a navy Beulah London elegant ‘Chiara’ wool coat styled with a matching hat, Stuart Weitzman navy suede ‘Muse’ clutch and Alexander McQueen heels.

The Duchess swept her long brunette locks into a chic side bun, revealing a pair of dazzling blue earrings to complement her sapphire and diamond engagement ring.

Yes, it’s navy again, but considering the event this look was the appropriate in colour, style and hem length for the occasion, plus I love how she complemented her husband.

She’s looks quite regal and very sophisticated. Do you agree?

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10.03.15

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Alexander McQueen – Commonwealth Service

Commonwealth Service At Westminster Abbey

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, carried out one of her final engagements before her due date, attending the annual Commonwealth Day Service held at Westminster Abbey on Monday (March 9) in London, England, where she was accompanied by Prince William.

Looking as lovely as ever, the Duchess wore a classic Alexander McQueen single-breasted coat that was given a 60s feel via the wide collar.
The pink theme was further extended to her Jane Taylor hat, Prada pumps and clutch, and Kiki McDonough earrings.

You won’t be surprised to learn that this is a repeat. Catherine first wore this Alexander McQueen coat back in 2013 at the Trooping the Colour ceremony, which was one of her final engagements before the birth of Prince George.

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