Kate Middleton exuded elegance as she stepped out in a white number for Trooping the Color for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 40, stunned in a white Alexander McQueen coat dress for the ceremony. Kate has a huge love for the designs of Alexander McQueen.
Its founder, Lee Alexander McQueen, tragically passed away in 2010, and Sarah Burton took the helm as creative director. Sarah then designed Kate’s wedding dress the following year.
Kate paired her Trooping the Color look with a white and blue Philip Treacy hat, with her hair in a neat braided bun.
The Duchess looked stunning in her signature natural makeup for the event as she greeted onlookers.
Kate paid tribute to Princess Diana with a pair of the princess’s diamond and sapphire earrings for her look which came in a floral design, which she paired with a matching necklace.
She previously wore the £3,000 Alexander McQueen number last summer as she joined the Royal Family at the Eden Project for the G7 reception.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s children – Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 7 and Prince Louis, 4 – looked adorable as they took part in their first carriage procession as celebrations marking the Queen’s 70-year reign were beginning.
The three children were all dressed in a light blue, navy and white color scheme and took note of their mother as they were also pictured waving to throngs of onlookers.
The Cambridges were joined by Camilla in the car.
The Duchess of Cornwall, 74, opted for a blue number with a striped number in different shades of the color which she paired with a blue hat.
Camilla paid tribute to the Queen with her pearl necklace as she waved to onlookers.
Kate has always been amazed Trooping the Color events over the years and frequently wears McQueen outfits.
She notably wore a McQueen creation during her marriage to Prince William in 2011.
Alexander McQueen’s creative director, Sarah Burton, spoke to The New York Times Style Magazine about creating Kate’s wedding dress.
She said of her decision to keep a low profile about creating: “I know we live in a celebrity-obsessed culture, but I think privacy is a virtue and the relationship I have with my clients is private.
“Some people like to think I was too shy or scared to talk about the happy experience I had creating the Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding dress, but I can tell you it’s is absurd. I’ve never been a shrinking violet or a person ruled by fear.”
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