The royal family honored the memory of fallen soldiers.
The Princess of Wales even looked elegant at the Memorial Sunday service in London.
Together with other high-ranking members of the royal family, Kate Middleton paid tribute to the fallen soldiers in the First World War.
She and the queen consort, 75-year-old Camilla, had three poppies pinned on their coats, red flowers symbolized the number of relatives killed during the war .
But their husbands – Prince William and King Charles III wore only one flower each.
The wife of the heir to the English throne wore a black coat from Catherine Walker and a wide-brimmed hat from Philip Treacy. And as jewelry, she chose diamond and pearl earrings that once belonged to her mother-in-law, Princess Diana, and a brooch from the jewelry brand Bentley & Skinner.
Kate looked no less dignified the day before in London's Albert Hall.< p>For the annual Festival of Remembrance organized by the British Legion, the Princess wore two pieces of jewelry by the late Elizabeth II: pearl earrings and a choker.
The necklace, described as a Japanese choker, was adorned with four rows of pearls and a curved central diamond clasp .
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