The 41-year-old Princess of Wales frequently makes public appearances with her husband Prince William, but she was also accompanied at the Commonwealth Day service on March 13 by the new Duchess of Edinburgh and the Princess Royal.
Princess Catherine was beaming as she arrived for the royal reunion at Westminster Abbey, where she wed William back in April 2011. She was wearing the most gorgeous floral two-piece by Erdem. The Pre-Fall 2023 jacket featured long sleeves, a V-neckline, and pretty peplum accents. A gorgeous floaty hemline on the matching navy skirt gave the elegant ensemble some drama.
She accessorized her look with a pair of understated navy stilettos, a clutch, and a wide-brimmed hat. Her brunette hair was pulled back in a sophisticated chignon.
Princess Catherine carried a pair of plush suede gloves in one hand and finished the elegant look with Princess Diana’s sapphire earrings.
The mother of three, who has three children—Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis—with William, maintained a flawless yet understated beauty look with dewy skin, peachy blush, and sheer pink lips that accentuated her features. Her husband, meanwhile, looked dapper in a navy suit that complemented her look.
Catherine and Sophie, who have a close relationship, haven’t been together in almost three months.
Prior to that, the Duchess stood by the Princess at her second Christmas carol concert, and they most recently appeared together during the church service on Christmas Day in Sandringham.
She was pictured paying a classy homage to Ukraine the previous year while wearing a chic blue coat dress, a matching hat, and chic pointed heels.
Her stunning sapphire necklace, matching earrings, and engagement ring—previously owned by Princess Diana, late husband Prince William’s mother—completed her ensemble.
While the coronavirus lockdown was in effect in 2021, Catherine observed the occasion from her home at Kensington Palace. Despite this, she still made a fashion statement. She reused her gorgeous Eponine London dress and delicate hoops for a virtual call for the Celebration for Commonwealth Day program honoring the late Queen Elizabeth.