She was there to support her husband Prince William
Order! Kate Middleton looked pretty in pale blue on Monday, June 16, while supporting her husband Prince William at the Order of the Garter ceremony at Windsor Castle. Members of the Royal family, including the Queen and Prince Charles, convened at St. George's Chapel, dressed in formal attire.
For her latest appearance, the Duchess of Cambridge, 32, wore a sky blue coat by Christopher Kane, matched with beige pumps and a festive hat by Lock & Co. She completed her pastel outfit with a straw clutch and drop earrings.
The annual Order of the Garter ceremony was founded in 1348 by King Edward III, and is the oldest tradition of chivalry in England. The stylish affair, which kicks off Royal Ascot week, features Garter Knights, dressed in blue velvet robes and ostentatious black velvet hats embellished with white plumes.
During the festivities, the Duchess enjoyed a carriage ride with Princes William and Charles, both featured in their royal garb, which included the feathered black headpieces.
The Duke and Duchess' latest outing follows a busy weekend with the family. The lovebirds celebrated Queen Elizabeth II's 88th birthday in London on Saturday, June 14. The following afternoon, the couple took their 10-month-old tot Prince George to a charity polo match. "You know George," a spectator told US Weekly, "wriggle wriggle wriggle!" He is just adorable and very handsome onlookers said.
"He was adorable," the observer noted. "He was in Kate's arms most of the time, but she put him down on the ground a couple of times to play."