Today, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined the royal family for Christmas Service at St. Mary Magdalene Church.
Catherine wore a green belted coat with a festive hat, Aquatalia “Rhumba” boots and Kiki McDonough drop earrings, though to be a Christmas gift from William in 2011.
Update: What Kate Wore has saved Christmas by ID’ing Catherine’s coat, which is by Sportmax.
My Small Obsessions and Remember Love Moments believe that the hat is made by Sylvia Fletcher for Lock & Co, according to WKW. Catherine has worn the milliner’s creations for the past two Christmases.
The oak brooch is one Catherine wore to the Diamond Jubilee luncheon in 2012 at Buckingham Palace.
Reports are conflicted on whether William and Catherine will host the Middletons at Anmer Hall for Christmas lunch, or they will join the rest of the royal family at Sandringham House instead.
It might be the inclement weather, but there was little coverage aside from the big British papers on the royal Christmas. In years past, reporters tweeted from the sidelines as the royal stopped and chatted with well-wishers.
This year, however, the rain prevented them from doing so; Prince Harry did stop to greet an elderly woman.
The Queen looked sensational in red. She’s the best, per usual.
Her Majesty’s Christmas broadcast airs today at 3pm in the UK.
Kudos to Chris Jackson on some fantastic photos.