The Duchess of Cambridge looks solemn for Remembrance Sunday Service 2019

On November 10, 2019 the British Royal Family attend the annual Remembrance Sunday Service at the Cenotaph in London to commemorate those who lost their lives during the two World Wars and other conflicts. Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince Harry leave poppy wreathes to pay tribute to the dead while Queen Elizabeth, the Duchess of Cambridge, the Duchess of Sussex with other royal ladies watch the ceremony from the balconies of the Foreign Office in London.

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On the occasion the Duchess of Cambridge wears an all black outfit according to the protocol with a bespoke military inspired black coat from Alexander McQueen with an high collar and a frontal zip and tassel details on the chest. She teamed the coat with a black hat with a veil and black flowers from Philip Tracey.

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She accessorized the outfit with the Bahrain white pearls and diamonds drop earrings from Queen Elizabeth's jewelry collection, the £29,99 poppy brooch from the Royal British Legion and a pair of black gloves. She keeps her hair in an elaborated up do and wears a natural make up with brown eyeshadows, black eyeliner and mascara.

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