KATE MIDDLETON TAKES QUEEN’S PLACE ON BALCONY AT REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY SERVICE

Kate Middleton's green racing dress.

 

The Duchess of Cambridge joined the Countess of Wessex and the Duchess of Cornwall at the annual Remembrance Sunday service in London this weekend.

 

 

Royal family members, politicians, veterans and their families gathered in Whitehall on Sunday, 14 November, to remember the country’s war dead.

 

 
Kate Middleton's rainbow unbrella
Appearing on a balcony of the Foreign and Commonwealth office, Kate wore a structured black Alexandra McQueen coat paired with pearl-drop earrings.

 

 

The coat was adorned with several red poppies, and her hair was covered by a black hat.

 

 

The women watched from the balcony as Prince Charles laid a wreath at the Cenotaph in memory of Britain’s fallen soldiers.

 

 

The event was supposed to mark the Queen’s first public appearance after doctors advised her to rest following an overnight stay in hospital last month.

 

 

Earlier on Sunday, Buckingham Palace announced that the monarch would not be attending because she has sprained her back.The palace said she had made the decision with “great regret”.

 

 

“Her Majesty is disappointed that she will miss the service,” a statement said.

“As in previous years, a wreath will be laid on Her Majesty’s behalf by the Prince of Wales.”

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