Kate Middleton beams in picture perfect yellow gown
As we're all aware by now, the Platinum Jubilee weekend is well under way here in the UK with a range of once-in-a-lifetime events to celebrate the Queen and her seventy years on the throne and serving the nation.
Already, there's been the annual Trooping the Colour parade, which featured some adorable sibling moments between Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, as well as a sweet balcony exchange between the Queen and Louis. Yesterday (3 June) was the Service of Thanksgiving, which saw Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attend their first royal event for two years...so, basically, it was a super big deal.
Sadly, the Queen was not in attendance herself at the St Paul's service, but plenty of the Royal Family were, including the Duchess of Cambridge, who well and truly stole the style show with a sunny yellow number that was giving the perfect balance between formal, family-friendly vibes and fashion-forward dressing.
Attending the service with Prince William (Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis weren't there alongside the couple) Kate Middleton wore a structured, pastel yellow, ankle-grazing dress by Emilia Wickstead and a jaunty hat with flower detail by iconic Irish milliner Philip Treacy. Her outfit seemed to go down with the crowds gathered outside the cathedral, as her and Prince William were met with loud cheers of approval on arrival.
This follows on from Kate's outfit on Thursday (2 June) which saw her stun audiences in a tasteful white blazer dress by Alexander McQueen.
Clearly, Kate knows her fashion: we can't wait to see what she wears for the rest of the Jubilee events this weekend...
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