The Duchess of Cambridge looked at her stunning best as she attended Queen Elizabeth’s thanksgiving service at St Paul’s Cathedral on Monday morning wearing a nude lace Alexander McQueen dress. The Duke who accompanied her wore a morning suit to the service to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
The Duke and Duchess at the Jubilee reception
In Guildhall following the morning Service.
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As William and Kate entered the cathedral well ahead of the service, they were welcomed by hundreds of well-wishers who had gathered outside. Later, Dr Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury gave the sermon to mark Queen Elizabeth’s 60 years of reign.
For the third time in this weekend's festivities, the statuesque brunette Catherine has chosen the famed British fashion house Alexander McQueen, who had even designed her wedding dress. It must be said the gorgeous long-sleeved dress in dusky-pink overtones suited the Duchess’ tanned complexion perfectly.
Besides, the Sarah Burton dress with its laces and detailed delicate ribbon waist band, Kate had worn matching LK Bennett heels and finished her look with a pink clutch bag and a pair of delicate pearl earrings.
Her hair styled in a sophisticated half-chignon, with a floral netted Jane Taylor fascinator on top made Duchess Kate look the very picture of classy elegance. Looks like milliner Jane Taylor is fast turning out to be a firm favorite with the royals.
The four-day-long diamond jubilee celebration of Queen Elizabeth concludes today.
Source: Daily Mail/ Hello Magazine
Jubilee Thanksgiving Service from St Paul's