Kate Middleton Stuns in Red Catherine Walker Rewear for Commonwealth Day Services
The Duchess of Cambridge turned heads and broke hearts today in an all-red ensemble at Westminster Abbey.
Kate Middleton rewore a gorgeous red Catherine Walker coatdress (that she first wore in 2014 during her and Prince William’s royal tour of Oceania) with front-button detailing for Commonwealth Day services. She switched out the ensemble’s original red pillbox hat (thank God, or else she and Meghan Markle would look like red-and-white twins) for a red beret-like fascinator with felt bow at the back.
Middleton finished off her look with gray heels and a gray clutch. (Mark our words: Red and gray will be the chicest and most unexpected color combo for spring.)
The Fab Four arrived at Westminster for Commonwealth Day services with Queen Elizabeth, and Kate's sister-in-law Meghan Markle did a quick outfit change for the occasion.
Middleton and Markle exchanged a quick kiss on the cheek as they entered Westminster. Last week, at a reception at Buckingham Palace to honor Prince Charles's investiture anniversary, Middleton and Markle were caught giggling to themselves. And from the looks of this mini-reunion, the two duchesses are about to make plans for a post-baby brunch.
Not to be outdone by the next gen of royals, Camilla Parker Bowles also dressed to the nines for the occasion in a purple velvet coatdress and feathered purple hat.
So, what's red, white and purple all over? The leading ladies of Commonwealth Day, of course.