Duke And Duchess Of Cambridge Attend Memorial Service To Mark 100th Anniversary Of World War One

14/08/2014 16:46 | Updated 20 May 2015
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended a service to mark the 100th anniversary of the First World War in Belgium on Monday morning.

The royal couple dressed up for the occasion - Prince William was proudly wearing the gold and silver Jubilee medals given to him by the Queen - as they posed ahead of the ceremony with Queen Mathilde and King Philippe of Belgium.

Kate looked stunning in a cream jacket (complete with Peter Pan collar) and pleated skirt, pillbox hat, boxy clutch and those patent nude L.K Bennett heels that she just can't part with.

As ever, the duchess played up her elegant look with the signature tousled tresses pinned back to reveal her pearl drop-earrings. And no, there's nothing that her engagement ring doesn't go with.

The duke and duchess will be joined in Belgium by Prince Harry along with 500 guests who will attend a twilight ceremony at St Symphorien military cemetery near Mons.

Prime Minister David Cameron, Irish president Michael D Higgins, the King and Queen of Belgium will also attend - so be prepared to see more pristine looks from the duchess.

Will she re-style one of her favourite designer outfits or showcase something new? We'll keep you posted.

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