Today, the beautiful Duchess of Cambridge was at Windsor castle where she attended the National Review of the Queen’s Scouts. She stepped in for the Queen who is celebrating her 87th birthday.
Photo credit: Victoria English @RE_DailyMail
The event is a day of celebration, bringing together 400 Queen’s Scouts and their invited guests to celebrate the achievements of young people and young adults who have achieved the prestigious award.
The Queen’s Scout Award is awarded to those scouts aged between 16 and 25 for achievements including carrying out regular community service for a year and completing a four-day expedition in unknown terrain. It is also the highest honor a scout can achieve.
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Photo credit: Victoria Murphy @QueenVicMirror
Prior to the parade of scouts Kate joined the senior scouts, who assembled in St George’s Chapel at 11am for a Matins service.
At 2pm promptly, Kate did a walkabout, escorted by Bear Grylls, who introduced the Duchess to the scouts and the VIPs.
The Duchess looked obviously pregnant as she wore a mint green tweed ‘Frayed’ Mulberry coat (£1,750 and sold out).
Details from the Mulberry.com website:
Four flower buttons in soft gold
Two large square pockets
Frayed fabric panel detailing
Product code: WR2971_092R145′
We also caught a glimpse of the gorgeous dress beneath Kate’s Mulberry coat – thanks to ‘My Small Obsessions’ on FB for the picture. She wore a matching mint green broderie anglaise dress. Stay tuned for further details.
Kate teamed her designer coat dress with her nude L.K.Bennett heels, her fawn pill box Whiteley hat that she has sported on many occasions and an L.K.Bennett light taupe Avona Patent Leather Long Roll Clutch (£195.00 and thanks to a follower on WKW for the ID).
‘Details from LKBennett:
Material: Patent leather
Hardware: Silver Metal’
Completing her outfit, the Duchess of Cambridge wore her diamond and green amethyst Kiki McDonough drop earrings.