A heavily-pregnant Duchess of Cambridge attended The Queen's 60th Anniversary Coronation service today and turned to one of her favourite Brit designers for the occasion. Kate arrived at Westminster Abbey wearing a bespoke delicate daisy lace dress with silver grey ribbon detail worn under a soft peach silk shantung jacket both by Jenny Packham. Talk about pregna-chic!
Although we're delighted to see her sporting a brand new ensemble, Kate stayed true to her recycling chic by topping off the look with the same floral fascinator that she chose for the Queen’s Jubilee service in June last year.
Kate at the Queen’s Jubilee service in June 2012 and today at the Queen's Anniversary Coronation
The nude beaded cocktail hat by Jane Taylor features silk tulle and organza discs and sits a-top her glossy brunette waves which are pulled into a half-up, half-down twist. You may also recognise those nude heels - yep, they're the very same LK Bennett Sledges that we've seen the Duchess wear on countless occasions. Well, you know what they say: if it ain't broke...
Inside the ceremony, Kate sat inbetween her hubby Prince William and brother-in-law Prince Harry. Despite their, err, less-than-enthused expressions above, it's a special day for Wills and Kate too - this is the first time the couple have attended a public event at Westminster Abbey since their wedding day two years ago. Celebrations indeed!
But back to Jenny Packham. As you know, Kate is a mega fan of the British-born designer and worn her dreamy creations on many occasion, not least to pack a red carpet punch. Lest we forget the stunner she chose for the 'Our Greatest Team Rises' concert last May featuring a lace bodice embellished with Swarovski crystals [above left] and you'll remember she stepped out in a bedazzling pearlescent stunner at the ARK Gala [above right].
See more of the Duchess' fab fashion moments in the gallery below...