On Thursday, Nov. 7, the duchess and Prince William greeted staff and volunteers at London's Poppy Day charity appeal. Kate, 31, wowed in a long, suitably red L.K. Bennett coat which was belted at the waist, drawing attention to her tiny waist and super slim figure.
The goal of this Poppy Day charity initiative is to raise 1 million pounds ($1.69 million) in a single day for the Royal British Legion, which provides monetary support for Armed forces members and their families. It comes just before Remembrance Day, (Sunday, Nov. 10) when the British honor their fallen soldiers.
To help bring in donations for Poppy Day and draw interest in the cause, Kate and William also took a ride along the 1960s Routemaster bus with TV personality Barbara Windsor and volunteers. They even met with commuters outside of a London tube station.
Prince Harry was participating in Poppy Day, too. Along with Prince Philip, he attended a ceremony outside of Westminster Abbey in honor of those who lost their lives in military service.
Props to the royals for supporting such a good cause!