Kate Middleton has a knack for off-duty dressing that is surprisingly approachable—just yesterday she showed off her high street savvy in an affordable Zara blazer and J. Crew trousers. That said, the Duchess isn’t afraid to pull out a major high-fashion look when the right occasion presents itself. And earlier today, at the Trooping the Colour ceremony, she showed just how chic she can be in a custom-piece from Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen. She donned a similar custom McQueen piece for her sister Pippa’s wedding in May, and has been upping her style game lately overall, adding storied French houses such as Chanel and Rochas to her wardrobe.
She chose a cheery shade of millennial pink to celebrate the event today, topping things off with a Jane Taylor London hat. The best part about this fashion moment? Twinning with her adorable daughter Princess Charlotte.
Today The Queen and other members of The Royal Family attended Trooping the Colour – The Queen’s birthday parade. Before The Trooping took place, The Queen led a minute’s silence for victims of the Grenfell Tower fire. After The British Army had finished the military ceremony, The Queen joined members of The Royal Family on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to watch the Royal Air Force Red Arrow display. KateMiddletondemonstrateswearmillennialpinklikeroyal