On July 30th 2011, Kate and William attended the wedding of Zara Phillips and Mike Tindall at Canongate Kirk, Edinburgh.
At the wedding, William and Kate mingled with guests at the event, including ‘The Saturdays’ band member Una Healy and Coronation Street actress Katherine Kelly. As expected, a number of sports stars and other members of the Royal Family were present at the wedding too.
Kate chose to recycle a gorgeous light gold/biscuit coloured coat from the 2006 wedding of Laura Parker Bowles and Harry Lopes back in 2006. The Duchess wore the coat again in 2010, to the wedding of Mel Nicholson and Oli Baker at St. Andrews. The coat is by DAY Birger et Mikkelsen,
Under the coat, wore a Collette Dinnigan dress. She previously wore the dress in 2006 to the Parker Bowles – Lopes wedding, and again 2007 to the “Young Stalin” book launch that took place at Asprey on Bond Street.
Here’s a close-up of the bottom of the dress at the Young Stalin book launch in 2007 (left) and the dress under Kate’s coat today (right). You can see the scalloped shape lace with fringing is identical:
Kate chose to pair her dress with nude L.K. Bennett platforms.
He also carried her coordinating Natalie clutch bag, also by L.K. Bennett.
Kate is also wearing the mystery silver earrings she chose to wear on the evening part of the Canada day celebrations.
The Royal Insight blog published the following information about the set, which has yet to be verified:
“The diamond bracelet and matching earrings worn by Her Royal Highness to the reception was a gift from The Prince of Wales following her marriage to Prince William in April 2011. We also believe a necklace with a similar design was gifted to the Duchess upon her marriage by The Prince of Wales”.
Brides Magazine wrote an article about the hats back in February 2012:
Inspired by world’s most renowned hat wearers, The Jubilee Collection celebrates the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee by reflecting the fashion of 1952, the coronation year.
The hats are named after famous diamonds, the spring/summer collection features on-trend coulis shapes, quirky cocktail hats and stunning substantial fascinators made from straw, feathers, flowers and sumptuous silks.
Another look at the hat, from the Gina Foster website: