This morning Kate attended a special service at Westminster Abbey with other senior member of the royal family, held in honour of the 60th anniversary of The Queen’s Coronation.
For the event, pregnant Kate wore a peachy pink lace dress and matching coat by designer Jenny Packham. The outfit was bespoke, created especially for Kate by the designer. As fellow blogger and friend What Kate Wore notes, Kate’s outfit draws some similarities with Packham’s current season collection.
The dress was described by Packham as a ‘delicate daisy lace dress with silver grey ribbon detail’, while the jacket was described as a ‘soft peach silk shantung.’
Kate paired the dress and jacket with a matching peach pillbox hat by Jane Taylor Millinery, which you may recall she wore to the Jubilee celebrations at St. Paul’s Cathedral last year. Additionally, Kate wore her trusty nude L.K. Bennett Sledge platform pumps and carried her grey Alexander McQueen clutch bag (seemingly adapted from the label’s range, with the iconic skull clasp removed.)
Kate also re-wore her beautiful diamond bracelet and earring set with the outfit, which you may recall she debuted in Canada during the tour back in 2011. The matching combo is said to be a wedding gift to Kate from Prince Charles, although this is unconfirmed. Finally, Kate’s hair, which you can see (in the image above) is pulled up at into a simple half-style.
Kate is in the later stages of her pregnancy now, her baby is due next month. Here you can see the Duchess walking with William and speaking with Princess Eugenie; her bump visibly showing in both photographs: