The royals marked The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee with four days of events—an absolute delight for fashion fans! I monitored Kate’s appearances and documented her outfits throughout the celebrations. Find out what she wore below!
FINAL OUTFIT COUNT: EIGHT — The Duchess wore eight fabulous outfits during the Jubilee celebrations, let’s take a closer look at each:
The piece featured long sleeves, a peak lapel, a welt pocket and button-detail waist. A similar coat by the designer sold on the 1st Dibs website here (though it’s not identical).
Kate paired the coat with a blue and white hat by Philip Treacy, a pair of Princess Diana’s sapphire earrings and her navy Multrees wallet from the Scottish brand, Strathberry. She also wore an as-yet-unidentified sapphire necklace with her ensemble.
For a more thorough look at the pageant and a full rundown of Kate’s outfit, click here.
On day two, Kate chose a yellow coatdress by Emilia Wickstead. She attended the National Service of Thanksgiving at St. Paul’s Cathedral. After, the royals attended a glamorous luncheon at London’s Guildhall.
The pastel yellow garment featured long sleeves, a full midi-length skirt and unique criss-cross detailing on the front.
The Duchess paired the yellow coat dress with a coordinating hat by Philip Treacy, the Queen’s Bahrain Pearl Earrings, a pair of cream gloves, her Gianvito Rossi 105 pumps in bisque suede and a new clutch bag we have not seen before—a suede box clutch with a gold-tone clasp. It’s by Australian brand, Forever New.
For more photos and a full rundown, click here.
A few hours after attending the service, Kate changed into a red dress and visited Evelina London Children’s Hospital.
The Duchess met patients, families and staff unable to join the Platinum Jubilee Celebrations over the weekend. I think she’s re-wearing an L.K. Bennett dress from a few years back. You can read the full post here.
The red garment was described by the company as a ‘coat dress’ on their website. It features a mandarin collar and six buttons down the front.
The Duchess also carried the DeMellier Montreal Nano clutch in navy, wore a pair of navy blue heels, thought to be from Gianvito Rossi and a pair of gold earrings by Spells of Love, a welsh company.
In the evening, William and Kate attended The Platinum Party at the Palace with two of their children.
Kate re-wore her cream Self-Portrait blazer dress, a cross pendant, a silver sequinned/beaded bag and a pair of Robinson Pelham earrings. It’s thought she finished her outfit with a pair of sparkling heeled shoes. Find my full run-down here.
On the fourth and final day of the Platinum Jubilee Weekend celebrations, Kensington Palace released a video showing photographs of the Duchess baking cakes for a street party in Cardiff with her children. It looked like all four had lots of fun!
In the morning, the Duke and Duchess made a surprise appearance at a street party in Kensington.
In the afternoon, William, Kate, George, Charlotte and Louis watched the Jubilee Pageant. The Duchess wore a bespoke dress by Stella McCartney in a shade of raspberry red.
Her earrings are thought to belong to the Queen—a birthday gift from her parents. The Duchess carried a clutch and wore shoes in a matching colour, likely from Emmy London. For more details, click here.