5th January 2020—The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (William and Kate) attended a Sunday service at St Mary Magdalene Church on the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk. The couple joined HM The Queen and other members of the Royal Family.
The couple chatted with crowds who waited nearby.
A video of the Royals arriving at and leaving the service:
Kate debuted a new brown coat by London-based designer, Roksanda. It’s the Denton coat and it dates back to 2016.
The coat features a high collar neckline, lightly padded shoulders, a double-breasted front and slit pockets. It’s lined with silk and finished with three copper-coloured embellishments.
Kate paired the coat with a navy blue hat by Hicks & Brown. It’s the company’s ‘Suffolk’ wool felt fedora.
Kate’s sapphire and diamond earrings added subtle sparkle to outfit. They’re believed to be refashioned from a pair of owned by Princess Diana:
The heavy studs – that match Princess Diana’s cluster engagement ring – were among her most treasured jewels and were seen on her at numerous events during the 1980s and 90s. They were remodelled for Kate into drop earrings.
A courtier said: “Now they’re married, William wanted her to have some of his mother’s favourite pieces.”The Mirror
Kate brought back a couple of items we haven’t seen for a few years. First, the Jaeger ‘Kate’ quilted bag in navy blue.
Gloves: Look like the Cornelia James Imogen style in brown.