Pregnant Kate Middleton was pretty in pale peach as she attended a special service to mark the 60th anniversary of the Queen's Coronation. The expectant Duchess of Cambridge, who is due to give birth to her first child in July, arrived at Westminster Abbey wearing a bespoke silk shantung coat and dress by Jenny Packham. The empire line waist of the daisy lace frock accentuated the royal's prominent baby bump.
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Kate accessorised with her trusty LK Bennett nude heels and a matching clutch by Alexander McQueen. Topping off the look was a Jane Taylor hat. Kate was recycling the hat, which costs £790, as she had worn it the previous year during the Diamond Jubilee celebrations. Attending the service with her husband Prince William and her brother-in-law Prince Harry on Tuesday morning, Kate joined other royals including Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, Sophie Countess of Wessex and Zara Phillips.
Sophie was embracing summer in a white lace dress and strappy sandals. She teamed the frock with a large white hat. She arrived with Beatrice, who had chosen a more wintery look in all-black. She wore a black dress and coat ensemble with long sleeves and a high neck, and teamed it with a black feathered fascinator and black heels. Her sister Eugenie, meanwhile had gone for turquoise, wearing a shift dress and a matching tweed biker-style jacket. A purple fascinator completed the look. Zara Phillips turned up with her husband Mike Tindall. She wore a fluoro yellow and grey floral minidress that showed off her enviable pins. She paired the dress with black accessories that included patent heels, a pashmina, a feathered fascinator and a small clutch bag.