Kate Middleton, also known as the Queen of Coats, wore another adorable jacket in honor of Memorial Day. It is a celebration that takes place on the second Sunday in November, and is held in the United Kingdom to honor the contributions of men and women in the British civil and military services and members of the Commonwealth in the two world wars, and it appears that the Duchess of Cambridge searched her wardrobe and came out wearing the Alexander McQueen coat that she first appeared in three years ago At the same event, according toinstyle“.
While Kate Middleton, or the Queen of Recycling, has revisited the black Army-inspired jacket, which features a white collar, silver buttons and red embroideries on each shoulder, from Kate’s current wardrobe, she gives it an update this time, adding a chic black hat and a pair of earrings. Pearls drop in from those earrings that were once Princess Diana.
Kate tied her hair in an elegant back knot, and decorated her lapel with red poppy pins, the symbol used to commemorate servicemen who died in the war.
She was joined by the rest of the royal family except for Queen Elizabeth, who had to miss the party after spraining her back. According to a royal source, the Queen is deeply disappointed that she had to miss the engagement. The source added: “No one regrets the Queen’s absence today more than Her Majesty the Queen.”
This represents another setback for the Queen’s return to her public duties. Last month, she pulled out of a planned trip to Northern Ireland and was advised by doctors to make it easier after spending a night in hospital for an initial check-up. The Queen was asked to rest for two weeks and to do only light office tasks during this time. However, her firm intention remained to be present at the National Service of Remembrance.
Despite her best efforts, hours before the ceremony, Buckingham Palace announced that the King, having twisted her back, decided this morning with great regret that she would not be able to attend Sunday’s memorial service at the memorial. He commented, “Her Majesty is disappointed that she will miss the service.”