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Another day, another opportunity to fete the queen ogle Kate Middleton's fashion sense.
Today's event was the annual Order of the Garter service, a procession that honors the appointments to the oldest British Order of Chivalry.
But enough about the most respected, noble and elite men and women (including the sovereign, only 24 members are allowed at any one time) in England's service—what we really want to know is, what was Kate wearing?!
For the third time in as many days, Middleton, who was rolling relatively solo for the event—Prince William was gussied up in his finest velvet robe and plumes to walk in the procession as one of the order's newest members—once again hit the mark on her sunny day outing.
As per usual, she donned a requisite fascinator (from Philip Treacy, who else? milliner Rachel Trevor-Morgan), which perfectly coordinated with her Katherine Hooker dove grey dress and Buxton coat, which featured embellishments at the sleeves and waist. She accessorized with a simple matching clutch, grey suede court shoes, diamond stud earrings and a matching cross pendant.
Meanwhile, though she and Wills rode from Windsor Castle to the chapel together in an open air carriage (along with Prince Charles and Camilla), both men were part of the procession, leaving the two duchesses to watch the pomp and circumstance from the sidelines.
They were joined by Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie and Sophie of Wessex. So, you know, just your average day out with the fam.