Princess Kate was a imaginative and prescient in blue at King Charles’ coronation celebration in Scotland on Wednesday, July 5.
The 41-year-old Princess of Wales was a must-see in a Catherine Walker & Co coat costume for the Nationwide Service of Thanksgiving and Dedication at St. Giles’ Cathedral — which honored Charles and Queen Camilla’s Might 6 crowning.
Kate’s vibrant ensemble featured a luxurious velvet collar and a tailor-made silhouette. The U.Okay. native paired the piece – which she beforehand wore to an Easter church service at St. George’s Chapel on April 9 — with a cobalt pumps, a Philip Treacy fascinator and pearl-drop earrings that after belonged to her late mother-in-law Princess Diana. Kate additional accessorized with Queen Elizabeth II’s 4 Row Japanese Pearl Choker.
The Duchess of Cambridge first wore the necklace at Prince Philip’s funeral in April 2021 and once more at Elizabeth’s funeral in September 2022.
Kate attended the Wednesday occasion alongside her husband, Prince William, who donned his Royal Air Drive uniform, Garter Sash with the Lesser George, RAF Wings and medals from the Golden Jubilee, Diamond Jubilee, Platinum Jubilee and his father’s coronation.
William, 41, additionally wore his Royal Air Drive uniform in addition to the Order of the Thistle Gown to Charles’ official coronation in London, whereas Kate, for her half, sported formal pink and blue robes of the Royal Victorian Order atop an ivory Alexander McQueen robe with embroidered roses, thistle, daffodil and shamrocks. The princess — who shares son Prince George, 9, Prince Louis, 5, and daughter Princess Charlotte, 8, with William — additionally turned heads on the celebration with a silver headpiece made by Jess Collett x Alexander McQueen. Charlotte wore the same accent and matched her mom with an updo for the particular occasion.
George, in the meantime, performed an enormous position in his grandfather’s large day, serving as considered one of 4 Pages of Honor through the procession by means of the Nave of Westminster Abbey in London. He walked behind Charles, 74, in a pointy pink coat and black pants, holding onto the practice of a protracted gown because the king approached the Chair of State.
The younger prince is second in line for the British throne. His participation in Charles’ coronation made him the youngest future monarch to be formally concerned in such a ceremony. (Charles was simply 4 years outdated when his late mom was topped in 1953 and didn’t have an official position within the festivities.)