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The royal family kicked off festivities for Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee with a special Trooping the Colour parade in London on Thursday, and unsurprisingly, Kate Middleton looked nothing short of fabulous. Arriving in the procession alongside the Duchess of Cornwall, and the three Cambridge children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, who made their debut in the carriages this year at Trooping.
For the outing, Kate stunned in a white Alexander McQueen coat dress with statement shoulders and a navy and white hat from Philip Treacy. Her hair was pulled back for the occasion, showing off what appear to be her diamond and sapphire earrings. She looked quite coordinated with her children (and Camilla for that matter), who all sported shades of blue—especially Prince Louis, who sported an adorable navy and white sailor suit.
Later on, they will all stand on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, waving to onlookers, in celebration of the Queen's birthday and her historic 70th year on the throne.
This likely won't be the last time you'll see an on-point style moment from Kate during this four-day celebratory weekend. She and the rest of the royal family are expected to attend a number of other events in honor of the Queen's milestone, including a Service of Thanksgiving being held at St Paul’s Cathedral tomorrow. The Cambridges will also tour Wales as part of the monumental moment, while Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex will go to Northern Ireland and Princess Anne will visit Scotland.
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