On the 13th of May 2017, William, Kate and Harry hosted a garden party at Buckingham Palace in honour of the children of those who have died serving in the Armed Forces.
The royal trio invited around 850 children and their caregivers to The Palace.
The children took part in a range of fun activities, including face painting, breakdancing and science experiments and cupcake decorating.
The garden party concluded with a special display by the RAF Falcons who parachuted onto the lawn outside The Palace.
For the Party in the Palace event, Kate re-wore her cream coloured See by Chloe dress.
As you may recall, Kate first debuted at a children’s garden party with George and Charlotte in Canada, September 2016 (pictured below).
The cotton mix dress has a fit and flare silhouette. It’s made from a pointelle knit fabric and it features a high ruffled neckline.
At the time of writing (August 2017) the dress is still in stock at Saks Fifth Avenue in sizes medium and large. It costs $460.
Kate cinched the dress at the waist with a cream leather belt by Acne Studios.
The leather belt features a simple burnished gold buckle. The underside is tan in colour and imprinted with the Acne Studios logo. The belt was made in Italy and it retailed at Net-A-Porter.com for $180 USD (around £140 GBP). It is now sold out.
If you’ve followed our blog over the last few years, Kate’s wedges ought to feel familiar. They’re the Fleur style from Monsoon.
The espadrille wedges feature a biscuit coloured suede effect shoe, an almond-shaped toe and a rope wedge heel with gripped soles. Monsoon describes them as a “versatile choice for warm weather looks”. The original Fleur wedges are from Monsoon’s spring/summer 2016 collection. However, the company re-released them in two new colours for 2017. At the time of writing (26th May 2017) they’re available in a number of sizes, in taupe and navy blue, for £45. Click here to shop.
Kate finished her chic look with her Annoushka Pearl Drop earrings, which she wears suspended from Kiki McDonough hooks.
Kate has worn the pearl drop earrings on a regular basis over the last few years. The pearl drops cost £295 a pair (approximately $380 USD at today’s exchange rate). The earrings can be purchased from annoushka.com, Selfridges.com and Style.com.