The Duchess of Cambridge looked ready to party in high style during the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
Day One: Nautical Shades for Jubilee Opener
For the Queen’s annual birthday celebration (which had not been held in two years due to the pandemic), Kate donned an ivory Alexander McQueen blazer dress with sapphire accessories. Looking chic and summer-y, Kate celebrated at the Trooping the Colour parade in a winning combination of white and navy — the 40-year-old wore an a-line crepe coat dress from her beloved British fashion house Alexander McQueen, opted for a saucer style slice saturn dome hat from Philip Treacy and accessorized with a sapphire diamond necklace and earring set from Princess Diana’s collection. Kate finished the look with a Strathberry Multress wallet in navy.
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Day Two: Light Lemon for Church Service
Appearing like confection perfection in a sweet lush lemon dress which screamed summer feels, Kate was a showstopper at the Service of Thanksgiving. The mom of three wore an Emilia Wickstead twist-front crepe dress to St. Paul’s Cathedral. The duchess completed the look with the Queen’s Bahrain drop earrings as well as a new yellow rosette trimmed Philip Treacy hat and straw box clutch.
Day Three: Bright and Red-y at Cardiff Castle
For a walkabout in Wales, Kate wore an Eponine London long coat in orange. The mandarin collar coat has been worn by Her Royal Highness previously at an event marking the publication of her photography book Hold Still. Kate finished the look with Spells of Love Alia square hoop earrings. Finally, Kate carried a chic new DeMellier London bag and toted the Nano Montreal in navy.
Day 3 Evening: Lovely in Lace for Party at the Palace
Opting for a recycle, Kate wore a romantic lace and chiffon belted Self-Portrait midi dress for a palace party celebrating the Queen’s historic achievement of 70 years on the throne. The Cambridge family showed off their cheering skills and toasted the monarch from the front row of the royal box. Accentuating her ivory boucle dress with attached pleated skirt, Kate opted for sparkly metallic accessories including white gold diamond hoops from Robinson Pelham, a new unidentified metallic envelope clutch and some seriously sparkly silver heels. Shop Self Portrait Belted Midi Dress
Day Four: In Fuchsia for Finale
Kate capped off a successful sartorial weekend with a ruched raspberry dress which is believed to be a bespoke design from Alexander McQueen or Stella McCartney. The deep pink dress was a winning showstopper and features an asymmetric front fold, pleated skirt and waist cinching detail. Kate also wore the Queen’s floral Cartier vintage cluster earrings. In addition, Kate is believed to have carried a new Emmy London magenta clutch.