Today, the Queen and the Royal Family marked the last day of the Diamond Jubilee weekend with a special Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral.
The morning service included a special prayer given for the Queen and her Diamond Jubilee.
Most of the Royal Family and a number of key politicians took part in the proceedings too.
The Duchess wore a peach lace dress by British label Alexander McQueen.
She opted for her trusty L.K. Bennett Sledge pumps in nude patent. These leather platform court shoes are a staple in Kate’s closet.
The Duchess opted for her Prada Raso clutch in pink satin:
You may recall that Kate carried the clutch to the Ark Gala back in 2011:
Kate’s hat is from Jane Taylor Millinery. The hat is described on Jane Taylor’s website as a “beaded cocktail hat with a birdcage viel and disc trim”.
Kate wore a pair of faux pearl and diamond earrings by Heavenly Necklaces. The earrings cost £58 and can still be purchased today (last updated 10th June 2016).
After the service, the Queen attended a reception at Mansion House hosted by The Lord Mayor of the City of London, the Court of Alderman and the Court of Common Council. Catherine, William and other members of the Royal Family also attended a reception at the Guildhall, given by the City of London.
Next, the Royal Family travelled in a carriage procession to a special lunch at Westminster Hall organised by the Livery. This was followed by a 60-gun salute at Buckingham Palace.
Later, the Royals took to the balcony at Buckingham Palace to watch an RAF flyover and a Feu de Joie – a cascade of rifle fire by The Queen’s Guard.