The Duchess of Cambridge chose a Jenny Packham dress and jacket to attend the 60th anniversary service at Westminster Abbey
Kate Middleton and her baby bump stepped out in a pale peach ensemble by Jenny Packham this morning as she joined the royal family at Westminster Abbey for the Queen’s coronation 60th anniversary service.
The pregnant Duchess of Cambridge looked healthy and happy as she arrived at the London landmark alongside husband Prince William and brother-in-law Prince Harry for the Dean of Westminster-conducted occasion. Today’s service marks the first time the royal couple have attended a public event at the Abbey since they married there two years ago.
The mum-to-be, whose first child is due next month, dressed her growing baby bump in a bespoke delicate daisy lace dress with silver grey ribbon detail and a soft peach silk shantung jacket by the British designer. She accessorised her look with a Jane Taylor cocktail hat with birdcage veiling, beaded chiffon and tulle discs, which costs £910, a pair of her trusty L.K. Bennett court shoes and a clutch.
Despite scaling back her public engagements ahead of the royal baby’s birth on 13th July, this was one event Kate did not want to miss. As well as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, attendees at the proceedings included the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, the Duke of York, and Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie.
The royals were accompanied by 2,000 guests at the service, held just three days shy of the Queen’s 2nd June coronation date.
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