William & Kate are Guests of Honor at St. Patrick’s Day Parade

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On Tuesday, William and Kate were back on military duty at the Mons Barracks in Aldershot to visit the Irish Guards. They were guests of honor at this year’s 1st Battalion Irish Guards’ St Patrick’s Day Parade.

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In recognition of the many courageous acts carried out by Irish soldiers during the Second Boer War, and on the orders of Queen Victoria, the Irish Guards were formed on April 1, 1900.

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This is the fourth year the couple have upheld the 114-year-old royal tradition of presenting shamrocks to the officers and guardsmen of the regiment.

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Once inside the Guards’ Mons Barracks, Cambridge’s watched as 200 men from the battalion were put through their paces on the Parade Square following the Band of the Irish Guards. This year, the parade was much smaller than past years as the battalion currently has troops deployed around the world.

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The parade, which has been an Irish Guards tradition for more than 100 years, was followed by the shamrock presentation ceremony conducted for the third year in a row by the Duchess, who presented the traditional sprigs of shamrock to the Officers and Guardsmen. The shamrock is tucked behind the cap star on the forage cap.

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No matter how hard she tried, the Duchess could not get a sprig of shamrock to stay in the collar of Domhnall, a three-year-old Irish wolfhound who serves as the regiment’s mascot.

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The tradition of presenting shamrocks was inaugurated by Queen Alexandra, the wife of King Edward VII, in 1901, the first year of his reign. Other royals who have taken on the job include the Queen Mother and Princess Anne.

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After the ceremony, the Duke and Duchess off Cambridge moved to the marquee, where William who is Colonel of the Regiment. toasted the regiment with a pint of Guinness. Kate, settled for a glass of water.

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Before they left, William and Kate met with soldiers and their families and then sat for group photographs with the officers’ and sergeants’ mess.

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Kate wore a bespoke, knee-length, chestnut brown coat by Catherine Walker. The double wool crepe coat features hidden button closure and a portrait collar.

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Completing her ensemble, the Duchess of Cambridge accessorized with a chocolate brown ‘Betty Boop’ pillbox hat with bow by Lock and Co (£245), matching ‘Valerie’ brown kid suede heels by Emmy London (£400), her brown suede Emmy London ‘Natasha’ clutch, and her brown wool ‘Imogen’ Cornelia James gloves with side bow.

 
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Lastly, a look at Kate’s jewelry. She wore her gold Kiki McDonough Citrine Drop earrings and a gold shamrock brooch owned by the regiment and loaned to Kate. It has also been worn by the Queen Mother and Princess Anne.

A look back at what Kate has worn to the Parade in previous years

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Poignant Service to Commemorate the End of Combat in Afghanistan

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On Friday, the Queen lead a service that paid tribute to Britain’s armed forces who fought in Afghanistan. It was held at St Paul’s cathedral to mark the withdrawal of troops from the region after 13 years.

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Almost 150,000 UK personnel served in the Afghanistan conflict, and 453 British men and women died in the fight against the Taliban.

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In attendance were Prince William, Kate, the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Charles, the Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Harry, who served two tours during the conflict.

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The service was led by the Dean of St Paul’s with an address given by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby.

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During the service the Archbishop blessed a cross made of shell casings which adorned a memorial wall in Camp Bastion, Britain’s main base in Afghanistan. He said the rededication was “a sign that love conquers death and as a memorial to those who have died”.

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After the service, five detachments made up of serving personnel from the Army, RAF, Royal Navy and the Royal Marines, took part in a parade organized by the Royal British Legion (RBL) through the City of London to the Guildhall.

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Prince Charles took the royal salute as they marched, in silence, past St Paul’s accompanied by military bands, pipes and drums.

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Following the parade, a reception was held at Guildhall hosted by the City of London Corporation for those who attended and took part in the parade. The Prince of Wales, The Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Harry, The Duke of York, the Prime Minister, the Deputy Prime Minister, the Secretary of State for Defense and the Chief of the Defense Staff were all in attendance.

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The Duchess of Cambridge looked elegant in a fluted, navy, 100% wool trapeze overcoat by one of her favorite labels, Beulah London. The ‘Chiara Wool’ coat (£650) features a fitted bodice and a nipped-in waist that contrasts with the soft folds of the hem.

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This luxe coat is from a previous season, however, the designer has agreed to reissue a limited number on a pre-order basis.

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Completing her all navy ensemble, Kate wore a gorgeous matching tilted hat with a striking bow detail (designer is UFO), carried her navy ‘Muse’ clutch (suede) by Stuart Weitzman for Russell & Bromley, wore her bespoke, navy (also in suede) Alexander McQueen heels, and her navy Cornelia James 100% wool ‘Imogen’ gloves (there has been some chatter that Kate’s gloves could be from Butterfly Lane, however, I am unable to find any pictures).
 
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The Duchess is wearing a stunning pear shaped tanzanite and diamond pendant set in platinum by G. Collis & Sons.
 
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Pear Shape Tanzanite (6.38ct)
Diamond Surround Estimated Total 0.87ct
8,400 GBP
 

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Kate’s earrings match her tanzanite and diamond pendant. WKW has shared a picture from G. Collis & Sons that was posted on Instagram. The earrings are not identical, but quite similar.
 
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Veering away from her usual bouncy blow-dry, the Duchess wrapped her hair up in a demure side bun.

Kate Wears Moloh to the 2014 Christmas Day Service at Sandringham

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On a cold but sunny day, thousands of well-wishers gathered to catch a glimpse of the Queen and her family as they made their way to church for the traditional Christmas day service near the Queen’s private home of Sandringham in Norfolk.
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Leading the way to St Mary Magdalene church was the Princess Anne, flanked by the Duke of Edinburgh and her husband Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence. They were followed by the Prince Charles, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who were holding hands, Prince Philip, Prince Harry, Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice.
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Kate’s family – Carole, Michael, Pippa and James – were also in attendance as they are spending Christmas with William and Kate at Anmer.
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After the service, William and Kate chatted to well-wishers, some of whom had been waiting outside the church since 5am this morning.
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The Duchess of Cambridge looked elegant and covered her baby bump in a new-to-us brown, tweed double-breasted ‘Turpin’ coat (£685) by Moloh. The mid-calf coat features brown and cream checks with flecks of orange. It was part of their 2013 collection and is no longer available.
 
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Beneath her coat, Kate wore a Hobbs London ‘Animal Shirt Dress’ in bitter chocolate brown ($355).
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As for her matching brown hat a-top her signature blow-dry, you may recognize it as the ‘Betty Boop’ from Lock and Company which she wore for a wedding in Switzerland and for St. Patrick’s Day in 2012.
 
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Kate completed her ensemble with her ‘Valerie’ heels by Emmy Shoes, thick brown opaque tights, and Cornelia James ‘Imogen’ gloves. She also wore her gold Catherine Zoraida Double Leaf earrings.
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Also, as some of you may have noticed, Kate is wearing a scarf. It is currently UFO.
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Update 12/29/2014
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Kate’s scarf has been ID’ed! Really Wild Clothing Company posted on twitter that it was theirs. It is their ‘Silk Scarf in Autumn Partridge’ (£125 and currently out of stock).
 
Additional Details:
 
‘Designed in-house and inspired by Game birds in warm, Autumnal colors.
Size: 90cm x 90cm
100% Silk
Made in England’

The Cambridge’s Pay a Sombre Visit to the 9/11 Memorial & Make a Quick Stop at a Joint Inner City Youth Program

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Day three began with a somber visit to the 9/11 Memorial in New York. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge paid their respects to victims of the terrorist attacks.

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The royal couple arrived at the World Trade Center site in lashing rain. William held an umbrella while Kate sheltered underneath.

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They were told about the building of the memorial, which features two reflecting pools covering the exact footprint of the two towers that were brought down by terrorists in 2001.

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The Duchess of Cambridge placed a bouquet of white roses – the State flower of New York – at the spot where the names of the 40 passengers and crew of United Flight 93 crashed in Pennsylvania on 9/11, are inscribed. Royal aides said the location was chosen by the New York Port Authority, which owns the site.

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The victims of 9/11 included 67 Britons, whose names are among those carved into the bronze around the reflecting pools.

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A handwritten message on the flowers said: “In sorrowful memory of those who died on 11th September, and in admiration of the courage shown to rebuild.” Each had signed their names – William and Catherine – underneath the message.

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Then they were briefly taken inside the museum (One World Trade Center, previously known as the Freedom Tower), where they wrote their electronic signatures next to a twisted piece of steel recovered from the wreckage of the twin towers.

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Up next, the two headed to an engagement where they met with teenagers from two outreach programs that provides services to inner city kids – the Door and the City Kids Foundation.

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William and Kate toured the project before watching a show that included original songs, dance and theater pieces from 28 performers.

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Next, they sat down for a private meeting with eight young people from the foundations to learn more about their experiences growing up in New York City.

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Once again, the Duchess flew the flag for British fashion and wore a double breasted cerise coat with black horn buttons by Mulberry over a black Seraphine maternity dress. The wool-silk double crepe coat retailed for a pricey $2,600 but went on sale for $1,300 (it is currently sold out in all sizes). It was part of the brands autumn/winter 2014 collection.
 
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Completing her look, the Kate wore her towering Episode ‘Angel’ pumps, thick tights, held her suede Mulberry ‘Bayswater’ clutch, her Cornelia James Imogen merino wool gloves with side bow, and her green amethyst and diamond cushion drop earrings by Kiki McDonough.
 
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Kate Meets the First Lady of New York City and Attends a Luncheon at the British Consul’s Private Residence

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Yesterday, the Duchess of Cambridge began her day with a solo trip to Harlem whilst the Duke took a trip to the White House to meet Barack Obama. Kate paid a visit to the Northside Center for Child Development to meet disadvantaged young people.

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The center provides high-quality educational and mental health services to about 3,300 vulnerable children and families each year, focusing on the early intervention that the Duchess has supported in Britain through her patronage of the charity Place2Be.

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Kate arrived in a police convoy and was greeted by New York City’s First Lady Chirlane McCray. The two shook hands before stepping inside.

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The Duchess of Cambridge met staff, joined three and four-year-olds to wrap Christmas presents, and took part in a craft session.

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Next, Kate headed off for an intimate lunch at the British Consul General’s official residence.  She chatted to guests including British actor Matthew Rhys and nine other successful expats.
 
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A lunch of poached salmon followed by a traditional British dessert of apple and rhubarb crumble was served.
 
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After lunch, the Duchess headed back to The Carlyle Hotel to rest before reuniting with William for the evenings engagements.
 
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Wrapping up for the freezing weather, Kate wore a mod black, collarless Goat “Washington” swing coat with contrasting nude tabs on the cuffs, back and neckline. Upon closer examination, it appears that she customized the wool crepe coat, by having an extra panel of fabric sewn on to cover her five-month baby bump.
 
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The coat retails for a lux £680 but it currently sold out on the Goat Fashion website. It will, however be restocked at a later date.
 
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‘It has a classic swing coat shape and contrast nude tabs on the cuffs and back.
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Completing her monochromatic look, the Duchess wore her towering Episode ‘Angel’ pumps, thick tights, held her suede Mulberry ‘Bayswater’ clutch, her Cornelia James Imogen merino wool gloves with side bow, and her gold Annoushka diamond and pearl drop earrings.
 
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Kate’s hair was, sensibly, swept back in a half up, half down do.
 
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They’re Here! William & Kate Arrive in New York

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William and Kate have arrived in New York!

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Yesterday, the Royal Couple touched down at JFK airport on a first class British Airways scheduled flight from London’s Heathrow. They were met by US Chief of Protocol Peter Selfridge, the Queen’s ambassador to the US Sir Peter Westmacott, his wife Susie, and Consul General Danny Lopez.

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From the airport, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were whisked into the city where they were greeted by cheering crowds at the Carlyle Hotel in Manhattan’s affluent Upper East Side.

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Fans waited in freezing temperatures to catch a glimpse and welcome the couple for their three day whirlwind royal tour.

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Even the City of New York paid the Duke and Duchess the ultimate compliment by lighting the Empire State Building red, white and blue to greet them.

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William and Kate were welcomed to the Carlyle Hotel by the Carlyle Managing Director Giovanni Beretta. They briefly posed for photographers before being taken to their room – a suite with stunning views of Central Park.

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The building’s official Twitter account posted: “We welcome Their #Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge by sparkling in red, white @ blue #royalvisitusa.”

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The hotel will be the couple’s base until they fly back to the UK immediately after their last engagement on Tuesday night.

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The Duchess of Cambridge wrapped up in a glamorous, bespoke maroon coat from British maternity brand Seraphine. The custom boucle ‘Marina’ coat features a flattering empire line. This is the first time she has been seen wearing a high street pregnancy label during her second pregnancy.

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Completing her outfit, Kate wore opaque black tights, a pair of black suede booties (not yet ID’ed), her black suede Stuart Weitzman ‘Muse’ clutch, her black Cornelia James wool gloves with side bow and her gorgeous diamond drop earrings.

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William and Kate have added their names to The Carlyle Hotel’s prestigious visitor book as they have made it their home away from home for the next three days.
 
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The plush 1930’s New York hotel has been welcoming the world’s power players for decades, including John.F. Kennedy, his wife Jackie, reams of kings and queens from Denmark, Greece, Spain and Sweden and even William’s late mother, Diana, Princess of Wales.
 
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The 35-storey building was named in honor of British essayist Thomas Carlyle, and has been a landmark for decades. It features 188 rooms and suites with sweeping views of Central Park and New York.
 
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Rates range from $675 (£431) per night for two people in a modest Superior Room with 400sq. ft. of space to $15,000 (£9,580) per night for a stay in the Empire Suite, a spacious three-bedroom duplex with 2,600 sq. ft. of living space and a private art collection.
 
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Seraphine Maternity has posted some additional details and pictures of their Marina Maternity Coat (£275.00).
 
 
It looks as though the coat was available for purchase at their stores and online. It was not custom as once thought. It is listed as sold out.
 
Description:
Wool tweed bouclé with a touch of sparkle.
Long-line cut Frayed trim & black velvet ribbon detailing
Defined empire line
 
Designed in Séraphine’s London based studio, the MARINA maternity coat is made in a luxurious wool tweed bouclé.
Subtle silver threads add a touch of sparkle to the rich purple hue.
The long-line silhouette is accented with a delicate frayed trim and finished with black velvet ribbon. By maternity clothes label Séraphine, this collarless style finishes above the knee and features a flattering defined empire waistline.
55% Wool 30% Polyester 10% Rayon 3% Nylon 2% Poly Metal’
 
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There may be a possible ID on Kate’s booties (thanks to a follower on WKW). They could possibly be the ‘Namora D – BLACK’ Plain Platform Shoe Boot by Dune London. These booties originally retailed for $195 but went on sale for $62. They are currently sold out and there is no word if they will be restocked.
 
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Suede with low visible platform and slim heel.
Code: 0091220
Brand: DUNE LADIES
Lining Material: fabric
Sole Material: synthetic

Heel Height: 4.33″
Heel Shape: stiletto
Boot Height: ankle

 
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The Royals Spend Christmas at Sandringham

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Early this morning, William and Kate joined the Queen and the rest of the Royals at communion. The Duchess greeted the 87-year-old monarch with a curtsey and a kiss.

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Kate wrapped up in a knee-length cream coat, tartan scarf, and her black, heeled Aquatalia Rhumba knee-high boots over black tights. Completing her outfit The Duchess wore her gold Kiki McDonough green amethyst and diamond earrings and a pair of black gloves.

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The Duchess’ coat looks like it is the same UFO coat that she wore to the Bechtolsheimer – Tomlinson Wedding in Arosa, Switzerland in March of this year.
 
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This afternoon, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, walked hand in hand down to St Mary Magdalene church on the 20,000-acre Norfolk estate in a long procession of royals headed by the Duke of Edinburgh and Prince Andrew. There was no sign of Prince George.
 
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After the 45-minute service, the royals spent 20 minutes chatting and accepting flowers from the waiting crowds.
 
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Kate shopped her closet and wore her bespoke Alexander McQueen green and navy tartan coat dress with a new green Gina Foster hat topped with a bow.
 
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Completing her outfit, Kate wore her black, suede Aquatalia Rhumba knee-high boots over black tights, her gold Kiki McDonough green amethyst and diamond earrings and a pair of black Cornelia James wool gloves with side bow.
 
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A follower on WKW has suggested that the tartan scarf worn by Kate to communion/morning church service is by the Really Wild Clothing Company. It could possibly be the cashmere mix wrap in claret (£135). 
 
Description from the Really Wild Clothing Co.
A luxurious Cashmere Mix Wool Wrap in a warm tartan consisting of Claret and Navy Checks.
95% Wool, 5% Cashmere.
Made in Scotland.
 
I will contact the company to confirm and will update when additional details are available.
 
Update 12/27/2013
 
I have received confirmation from ‘Really Wild Clothing Co.’ that Kate was wearing the ‘Cashmere mix wrap in claret.’
 
“Hello Nicole

I can confirm this was a Really Wild Clothing scarf that the Duchess was wearing.

Kind regards

Hannah”