Prince William and Princess Kate, who returned to work following an extended break, attended an intimate private service at St. David’s Cathedral in Wales, one year after Queen Elizabeth II’s death, to honor her memory.
For their first joint outing following their break, Kate Middleton re-wore a burgundy coat dress from Eponine London with structured shoulders, a V-neckline, and gold-rimmed buttons. She paired it with a plum fascinator, a purple clutch, and suede pumps. She also wore pearl drop earrings from Queen Elizabeth, a sentimental nod to the late monarch. Kate had worn the earrings several times following the monarch’s death.
William, on the other hand, sported a navy blue suit, a blue polka-dot tie, a white button-up, and black dress shoes.
Prince Harry and Kate Middleton later attended a cathedral service where the princess laid a bouquet of flowers in front of a portrait of the Queen. Prince Harry also visited London and St. George’s Chapel in Windsor to pay hgis respect.
King Charles III expressed his affection for his mother’s life, devoted service, and the love and support shown to his wife and himself via a statement.