Kate Middleton Joins The Queen To Celebrate 150 Years Of The Tube

Kate Middleton joined the Queen and Prince Philip at Baker Street

Kate Middleton has joined the Queen and Prince Philip at Baker Street tube station to mark the London Underground network’s 150 anniversary.

It’s the first public engagement the Queen has undertaken since recovering from gastroenteritis.

The Duchess of Cambridge wore an incredibly chic coat by Danish designer Malene Birger for the outing, which she teamed with a black hat.

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The Queen opted for a tweed Karl Ludwig dress and matching coat with an Angela Kelly hat.

As part of today’s visit, The Queen, Kate Middleton and Prince Philip will meet station staff in the ticket hall before making their way down to the platform to chat to maintenance and train workers.

The royal trio will also meet staff from the Railway Children charity, an international organisation which works to help homeless youngsters.

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