Anglesey, Wales is a special place for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Even before their wedding, the royal couple moved into a darling farmhouse on the island while Prince William worked as a search-and-rescue pilot for RAF Valley.
Today, William and Catherine traveled back to the place they once called home to mark end of RAF Search and Rescue Force operations.
For the occasion, Catherine wore her LK Bennett “Ami” coat, chocolate Betty Boop hat by Syliva Fletcher for Lock & Co, and her Mappin & Webb “Empress” earrings.
According to the Daily Mail‘s Rebecca English, Catherine decided to go bare-legged for the engagement, which HRH rarely does.
Catherine first wore the coat to a November 2011 UNICEF engagement in Cophengan, Denmark with the country’s crown princely couple, Frederik and Mary.
We saw it again in November 2012 at the Millenium Stadium in Cardiff, where William and Catherine watched Wales play New Zealand play the Autumn International rugby game.
Just a few days later, the palace would confirm that William and Catherine were expecting Prince George. Continue reading