The Duchess Of Cambridge Wears Sunny Yellow For Trooping The Colour Parade

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The royal mother-of-three wore her go-to brand Alexander McQueen

The Duchess of Cambridge joined other senior members of the royal family today (8 June) to celebrate the Queen's 93rd birthday at the annual Trooping the Colour parade.

The mother-of-three was photographed arriving at Buckingham Palace by car alongside the Duke of Cambridge before he left to participate in the ceremony. Brightening a cloudy day in the capital, the 37-year-old chose a sunny yellow coat dress by go-to brand Alexander McQueen, complete with a floral Philip Treacy headpiece - an accessory which she famously wore to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's May 19 nuptials.

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge photographed arriving at Buckingham Palace ahead of the 2019 parade

The mother-of-three completed her outfit with the Queen’s Bahrain Pearl Drop earrings, a wedding gift given to Her Majesty back in 1947. The Duchess of Cambridge last wore the sentimental jewels for a church service in Balmoral last summer.

As the royal procession began, the royal was joined by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in a carriage alongside the Duchess of Cornwall.


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