Duchess of Cambridge wears Catherine Walker emerald green coat dress, which she’d worn honoring the Irish Guards, to Remembrance Day service.
Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William’s wife, wore the dark green Catherine Walker dress she wore on St. Patrick’s Day 2018 to the Armistice Day service at Westminster Abbey, in London, for the 100th anniversary.
Middleton, whose family can be traced back to Brian Boru in Ireland, wore her emerald green coat dress with a velvet collar, along with a fuzzy headband with statement studs.
HRH Catherine, Duchess Of Cambridge wearing Catherine Walker & Co to attend a Remembrance Day service at Westminster Abbey in London, England on Sunday pic.twitter.com/5DtDUqcl8D— Lady Veronica (@VeronicaDrake) November 12, 2018
The Duchess work the same emerald green coat dress on St. Patrick’s Day 2018 when Kate Middleton and Prince William honored the Irish Guards, a regiment of the British Army. Three-hundred-and-fifty troops led by the mascot, Irish Wolfhound Domhnall, marched out for the couple. Kate handed sprigs of shamrock to officers and warrant officers.
Prince William and Kate Middleton on St. Patrick's Day 2018https://t.co/g2mPv3vdLF#gossip #news #breaking #entertainment #hollywood #celebs #tmz #glamour #st #middleton #kate pic.twitter.com/za5RkYJpyP— Headl1nes_Gossip (@headl1nes_ent) March 17, 2018
On Saturday evening, on Remembrance Day, Kate was joined at Westminster by Prince William, Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, the Queen, Prince Charles, and Camilla, among other senior members of the royal family.
This weekend, when the world celebrates and mourns the massive loss of life in the brutal World War I, the Royal Family has had a very busy time.
On Thursday Kate attended the Tusk Conservation Awards. On Saturday she attended the Royal Festival for Remembrance with Prince William, the Queen, and other members of the royal family. Then on Sunday morning she also attended the Remembrance Day service at the Cenotaph.
Here’s a live feed of London’s memorial at the cenotaph on Armistice Day: