Monday, 10th June 2019—The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (William and Kate) attended the Sunday service at St Mary Magdalene Church on the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk.
The couple joined other members of the Royal Family, including HM The Queen. The couple greeted the public who waited nearby.
If you fancy a look inside the church:
Kate’s blue funnel-neck coat is by Catherine Walker & Co.
She first wore it while pregnant with Prince Louis in 2018, during her visit to Oslo, Norway. She must have had the piece altered to fit.
Under, Kate wore a polka dot dress. You can just see it poking out underneath her coat:
It looks like the L.K. Bennett Mortimer dress she wore a month prior, for the visit to Evelina House (December 2018), pictured below:
Writing in the Telegraph’s fashion supplement, Hannah Betts admitted buying the dress after Kate wore it in December 2018, and stated she would “happily live in it forever.” Anne-Marie Curtis, the editor of Elle, admired the dress too, calling it “excellent”.
Update Jan 2021: Love the dotty dress? You’ll be pleased to read that it is still available to buy today! Shop it for £325 at LKBennett.com.
The Duchess carried a familiar clutch bag. It’s the Jimmy Choo Celeste in navy suede.
It’s clearly one of the Duchess’s favourites! She owns it in a total of four colours: burgundy, pink, blue and black. Jimmy Choo describe the piece as an “irrefutably modern cutch bag’.
Kate brought back her Annoushka Pearl Drop earrings.
The pearl drop earrings are known as the ‘Baroque Drop’ style. They’re made from freshwater pearls and 18-carat gold. The Duchess has worn the earrings regularly since 2012. They remain available to buy from the designer’s website for £375 (other currencies and worldwide shipping available too.)
Kate usually wears the pearl earrings suspended from gold and diamond hoops by Kiki McDonough (pictured below on a previous occasion).
The hoops are crafted from 18ct yellow gold and they’re set with sparkling diamonds. They retailed for £600 at kiki.co.uk. Again, the designer ships worldwide.
Kate’s blue headband is by Jane Taylor. It’s called the Diamond Crepe Pleated Band. It remains available on the milliner’s website for £975 in eight different colour options. Jane Taylor call the piece “timelessly stylish”..
Finally, Kate wore her Prada pumps in navy blue suede.
The sharply pointed pumps feature an 85mm heel. They’re made fro 100% leather-upper, lining and sole. They’re still available to buy from farfetch.com for $690.
Finally, Kate wore a pair of gloves – unfortunately, I am unable to say for certain if they’re one of her trusty pairs from Cornelia James or another pair.