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:
On day one, for Trooping the Colour, Kate chose an elegant white coat dress by Alexander McQueen.
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.
On day three, at Cardiff Castle, the Duchess wore a red coat dress by Eponine London.
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!
The Duchess dressed casually in a pink gingham blouse by Brora and her blue jeans by & Other Stories. Jewellery TBC.
In the morning, the Duke and Duchess made a surprise appearance at a street party in Kensington.
Kate wore a blue spotty dress by Alessandra Rich, white heels (looks like her Jimmy Choo Romy 85 pumps) and her Maria Black pearl earrings.
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.