Kate Middleton Rewears Emerald Catherine Walker Dress to Evening Remembrance Day Service With Prince William

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Kate Middleton has stepped out for her final engagement of the weekend: an evening Remembrance Day service at Westminster Abbey to mark the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Armistice and end of World War I. Kate was joined by Prince William. They will attend the service with Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, the Queen, Prince Charles, and Camilla, among other senior members of the royal family.

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For the evening service, Kate entered wearing an emerald coat dress with velvet collar, finishing the look with a fuzzy headband and statement studs.

The Queen Attends A Service At Westminster Abbey Marking The Centenary Of WW1 Armistice

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The Queen Attends A Service At Westminster Abbey Marking The Centenary Of WW1 Armistice

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The piece appears to be the same Catherine Walker dress that Kate wore to St. Patrick’s Day services in Ireland last year, where she presented the 1st Battalion Irish Guardsmen with shamrocks alongside Prince William.

The Duke And Duchess Of Cambridge Attend The Irish Guards St Patrick's Day Parade

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This has been a particularly busy couple days for Kate, who has attended three events since Thursday. She and William attended the Tusk Conservation Awards on Thursday night, where Kate rewore a Jenny Packham gown she first wore as a newlywed in 2012:

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The Duke And Duchess Of Cambridge Attend The Tusk Conservation Awards

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Last night, she attended the Royal Festival for Remembrance with Prince William, the Queen, and other members of the royal family. It was her first event for Remembrance Day, and she wore a black Roland Mouret dress for it:

The Royal Family Attend The Festival Of Remembrance

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This morning, Kate attended a Remembrance Day service at the Cenotaph. She wore a black coat embellished with buttons, a poppy pin, and a white collar. Due to the Queen’s husband Prince Philip skipping the event, Kate got to stand alongside the Queen and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall on the Queen’s balcony, a great privilege.

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