The Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge named a new £200 million polar research ship

On September 26, 2019 the Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge arrive in Birkenhead to name a new polar research ship with the name of RRS Sir David Attenborough during a ceremony in which Kate pressed a button to release a bottle of champagne that broke on one the ship's side. The Duchess of Cambridge, who is the ship's sponsor gave a speech during the ceremony and then the royal couple toured the ship meeting the engineeres, scientists, the crew members and the captain of the ship. This ship will be used for research purposes to study the marine environment and the climate change. Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images
For the event, Kate wears a recycled bespoke dress coat from Alexander McQueen. The blue sky crepe dresscoat has a waist belt, two frontal pockets, is fitted at the waist and has a skirt pleated on the back. She paired the coat with a pair of £395 blue navy suede pumps with a bloch heel and a poited toe from Emmy London and a new $1,950 blueberry bag in bullskin leather from Asprey London looking very elegant for the ceremony.
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She finished the look with the precious £1,500 Mappin and Webb drop earrings in 18ct white gold and diamonds, keeping her light brown hair down and a natural everyday make up. Today the Royal Couple was very pleased to have inaugurated this ship which is worth £200 million, built in just three years, designed as an icebreaker it will be able to conduct research in the polar regions.

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