Kate Middleton Represents the Royal Family at the Beating Retreat Ceremony
Kate Middleton knows how to keep things elegant and she displayed this during the "Beating Retreat" Ceremony in London, Thursday afternoon.
The Duchess of Cambridge looked pleasant as she displayed her lovely signature smile yesterday 6th of June when she went to represent the Royal family at the event. What however, caught most people's attention, was her once again impeccable choice of clothing.
Known for her chic fashion style, Kate was dressed in a stylish cream Catherine Walker coat, Irish Guards gold shamrock brooch, and a lovely nude suede stilettos and a matching purse.
The military pageant is a huge event that's incorporated in the military calendar and in attendance were at least three hundred musicians, drummers, and pipers from the Massed Bands of the Household Division who came to perform exquisite conventional military marches and songs.
The charitable event has been in existence since 1966 and it takes place annually just before the Queen's birthday parade. The Royal, however, took the salute which is a role that's bestowed on the Queen or any other member of the Royal family.
Throughout the occasion, Middleton was all smiles as she greeted and welcomed guest to the event.
It's however been quite a busy week for the Duchess who was only at an event (the Queen's State Banquet) to welcome the United States President, Donald Trump and his family during a Royal visit that took place earlier this week.
The Duchess will also be attending another ceremony, (Trooping the Colour, which is the Queen's birthday parade) with the rest of the family on Saturday. It is revealed that her son, Prince Louis, will be making his Royal debut on that day.
It is no doubt that Middleton wears her responsibilities as a royal with so much valor and pride while also making the best fashion statement ever!