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.