Jingle all the Way! Duchess Kate wore a very cheery crimson coat from Christmas for the royal family gathering at Westminster Abbey for Commonwealth services. Outfitted in the velvet accented dress, the royal looked picture perfect for the afternoon event.

Kate dressed up the style with a hat by award winning UK milliner Sally Ann Provan. The SADA felt saucer hat is created of hand-blocked peachbloom and is trimmed with hand-made silk camellias in toning shades and finished with hand-made felt leaves in toning shades.

Inside the Abbey, the mom of three was seated in the front row for the multi-faith service alongside husband Prince William. Duchess Meghan was in the second row along with Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex.

A look at the duchess’ intricate updo.

The stylish royal also wore another thrifty throwback of sorts and donned the Mouawad ruby and diamond jewel earrings. In 2011 Kate wore the matching necklace for a military award ceremony. Royal watchers are eager to see the entire set together–necklace with earrings.

The duchess also carried a burgundy velvet clutch and bow trimmed gloves.

For footwear, Kate opted for Gianvito Rossi 105 suede burgundy plum pumps.

Another look at Kate’s beautiful red ensemble. 


 

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