Published: Sat, July 14, 2018
Arts&Culture | By Matthew Castillo

Kate Middleton Wore The Same Designer To All of Her Kids' Christenings

Kate Middleton Wore The Same Designer To All of Her Kids' Christenings

According to Royal biographer Ingrid Stewart, despite its grand surroundings, the intimate tone of the event was set by none other than the Duchess of Cambridge.

Royal Air Force personnel parade on The Mall toward Buckingham Palace in London on July 10, 2018 during celebrations to mark RAF centenary. The royals were greeted at the abbey doors by the Dean and Chapter of Westminster, before taking their seats.

The queen was joined at the various ceremonies during the day by various children and grandchildren, including Prince William, Prince Charles, Princess Anne the Princess Royal, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward and their spouses. On Monday, Prince Louis was christened at the Chapel Royal in St James's Palace surrounded by his family.

This is only Meghan's second balcony appearance, after first stepping out for Trooping The Colour in June. They're the COOL Duke and Duchess of Sussex-who continue to defy royal protocol in understated, endearing ways.

Meghan wore a deep navy boat neck dress from Dior, that was a similar shape to her iconic wedding dress.

The Duchess kept up her signature nude lip look as well.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were in attendance, too, ahead of their first royal tour as a married couple - Meghan looked equally gorgeous in a black dress with an off-the-shoulder neckline by Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy which she accessorised with a matching black hat. She wore a gorgeous pastel blue dress by Alexander McQueen with her RAF brooch pinned to her lapel.

Missing was the queen's husband, Prince Philip, 97, who has retired from public life. Later, Meghan and Harry will head to Dublin to begin their two-day whirlwind trip of Ireland.

Kate has attended a handful of events tied in with the RAF Cadets. The Queen is scheduled to meet President Donald Trump later this week.

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