Kate Middleton wears grey designer coat dress for rare engagement with Queen


Kate Middleton, 37, was pictured stepping out with her grandmother-in-law, Queen Elizabeth II today. The Duchess of Cambridge, who married Prince William, 36, in 2011, had not stepped out with Queen Elizabeth on an engagement like this since March 2012, when they were joined by Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh. For today’s occasion Kate sported a grey coat dress which is by Catherine Walker. The pale grey garment featured long sleeves and had a black collar.

It featured a fitted bodice and a large buckled belt, and had a pleated skirt.

It’s not clear how much the garment cost, with designs on the Catherine Walker website not being posted with a price tag.

Kate teamed the look with a pair of black tights and pointed high heels.

She also donned a black hat which had an oval shaped head piece and a floral embellishment.

The Duchess also carried a black clutch bag.

The royal wore her hair in loose curls around her shoulders, and kept her make-up look relatively natural.

Meanwhile, Queen Elizabeth stepped out in a pale pink look.

The 92-year-old monarch wore a pastel pink Stewart Parvin Old Rose cashmere coat, and a matching Rachel Trevor-Morgan hat.

She also opted for a silk dress of autumnal woodland in shades of grey fuchsia and olive.


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