The Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, may be one of the world's biggest style icons, but she's not the only fashionista in her family. Kate's sister Pippa Middleton won plaudits from fashion fans around the world as she stepped out for niece Princess Charlotte's christening on Sunday.
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Pippa Middleton wowed in a cream outfit at Princess Charlotte's christening
The 31-year-old was the epitome of elegance in a bespoke Emilia Wickstead high-necked cream coatdress, which featured pocket detailing and a high neck, accessorising with a pair of patent nude stilettos. To complete her look, Pippa chose an eye-catching custom-made straw cocktail hat from Jane Taylor Millinery with organdy and nude feather detail.
"Pippa Middleton is the epitome of elegance and style," read a statement from Jane. "And I could not be more honoured to see her wearing one of my designs so beautifully today at such a significant royal occasion."
Pippa Middleton with mum Carole Middleton and dad Michael
Pippa's outfit complemented her sister's perfectly, with the stylish siblings stepping out in similar looks. The Duchess also chose a cream coatdress for the momentous occasion, from one of her favourite labels, Alexander McQueen. Like Pippa, the mother-of-two turned to milliner Jane Taylor to create her dazzling hat which featured lace and floral detailing.
It's not the first time that Pippa has been spotted in a cream coat for a family event – back in 2013 she chose an elegant wool trapeze number by couturier Suzannah Crabb for Prince George's christening, which featured a pink blush trim and oyster silk lining.
Pippa at Prince George's christening
She accessorised with a hand-dyed and beaded corsage pillbox hat in blush by British milliner Edwina Ibbotson, shoes by Emmy and a blush pink clutch bag. The items were all also purchased from Suzannah's boutique.
Kate's stylish sibling was no doubt was enjoying some quality time with her family at Charlotte's christening – the avid sportswoman has just returned from Kenya, Africa, where she completed the Safaricom marathon, running over 26 miles to rasie money for the conservation charity Tusk Trust, of which Prince William is a patron.