Kate Wears Temperley London Coat to Remembrance Sunday Service

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Today, the Queen led the nation in honoring Armed Forces members killed in conflict as Remembrance Sunday services took place around Britain.


Kate appeared alongside the Countess of Wessex and retired British naval officer Sir Timothy Laurence.

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They watched from the nearby Foreign Office balcony as the monarch laid the first wreath at the Cenotaph on Whitehall to commemorate UK’s fallen heroes since the First World War and then observed a two minute silence.

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The Duchess of Cambridge wore a somber black, three-quarter length buttoned up ‘Noa’ coat that featured a subtle quilting design by Temperley London (originally £1,250.00, currently on sale for £625.00).

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Clean angular shoulders
A nipped in waist
 Trapeze flare at the hem
Made of satin quilted in a geometrical pattern and a viscose mix herring bone
Product Code: 000334
She teamed her dress coat with a her Fairy Tale beret by Sylvia Fletcher for Lock & Co.
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Ensuring she kept warm during the ceremony, Kate wore her black Cornelia James Gloves with Bow.

The Duchess finished off her look with and embellished poppy pinned to her lapel (it’s the large Buckley Crystal Poppy Brooch £25), her Annoushka diamond and pearl drop earrings. She wore her long brown hair in loose curls.
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