The Duchess of Cambridge opted for a bright red Catherine Walker dress coat with matching Gina Foster pillbox hat. The diamond and silver fern brooch pinned to her scarlet ensemble was a piece on loan from the Queen's jewelry collection.
The look was very similar to red coat and hat combo that Princess Diana wore during her arrival to the country in 1984. No doubt this was done as a nod to William's mother, who was a fan of Walker's designs.
You may recall that last year, Kate had a blue polka dot dress specially designed by Jenny Packham for George's grand debut outside of St. Mary's Hospital in London. The custom-made sheath was reminiscent of the spotted dress that Diana wore when she left the same hospital with then-newborn William.
And speaking of royal babies, all eyes were on the adorable 8-month-old, George, yesterday who supplied a bevy of cute faces for his adoring public. George wore another comfy cashmere sweater with white romper and matching booties.
And all together now: Awww!