Kate Middleton looked stunning as she arrived at the Anzac Day service at Westminster Abbey today. She wore a fit and flare blue Cathrine Walker coat which cut off just above the knee, and her bare legs were seen underneath. The Duchess was spotted laughing with Prince Harry as they arrived at the service to honour the Antipodean soldiers who gave their lives in WWI. Kate marked her respect by pinning a red poppy onto the lapel of her coat.
Kate wore the jacket fastened up by three large buttons at the front of the garment.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore a dark blue hat which matched her coat which had a blue feather design on the top.
She enhanced her natural beauty with a smokey eye and brown lipstick.
Kate also wore a slick of blusher and her hair was pulled back into a low bun underneath her hat.
As well as carrying her bag, she was prepared for the weather as she also held onto a pair of navy gloves.
Her pricey designer outfit is thought to cost around £5645 – not including the cost of the custom made hat and coat.
Kate Middleton arrived at the service with Prince Harry while her husband, Prince William, 36, is currently in New Zealand to meet with survivors of the Christchurch attack.
Prince Harry was also without his other half as Meghan Markle, 37, prepares to give birth any day now.
Last week, Kate recycled her wedding earrings to attend the Easter Sunday Service at Windsor castle.
She wore a light blue suit, and the Queen appeared to take style tips from her as she also arrived at the service in a similar light blue suit.
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