Prince William and Princess Kate Travel to Sandringham to Visit Tributes for the Queen

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Photo credit: Mark Cuthbert - Getty Images
Photo credit: Mark Cuthbert - Getty Images

Prince William and Princess Kate today traveled to Sandringham to visit the many floral tributes left by mourners for the late Queen Elizabeth II.

The prince and princess of Wales admired the flower arrangements—which were left outside the palace's Norwich Gates—for about 30 minutes before returning to the palace.

Photo credit: Mark Cuthbert - Getty Images
Photo credit: Mark Cuthbert - Getty Images

For the occasion, Will and Kare wore elegant mourning attire. The princess opted for a chic black midi dress and matching structured blazer, which she paired with black sheer stockings and pointed-toe pumps. She accessorized simply, with diamond and pearl earrings, a silver and diamond cross necklace, and her sapphire and diamond engagement ring, which once belonged to Princess Diana. Her hair was curled into elegant waves and she wore natural makeup.

William, meanwhile, wore a dark navy suit and black tie with a white dress shirt and black dress shoes.

Photo credit: Mark Cuthbert - Getty Images
Photo credit: Mark Cuthbert - Getty Images

Last weekend, the pair also took some time to admire the floral tributes outside the palace, and invited Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to join them. At the time, Prince Harry and William matched in navy suits and ties, while Princess Kate and Meghan coordinated in black dresses.

Photo credit: Mark Cuthbert - Getty Images
Photo credit: Mark Cuthbert - Getty Images

The four also reunited yesterday, at the procession of Queen Elizabeth's coffin, and later, at an emotional reception at the Palace of Westminster. The late monarch's coffin was moved from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall in London. There, it will lie in state for four days, and mourners will be able to visit it to pay their respects ahead of her funeral next Monday, September 19.

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