Kate Middleton Attends Remembrance Sunday Parade

10/11/2014 13:05 | Updated 20 May 2015

The Duchess of Cambridge stood alongside the Duchess of Cornwall and the Countess of Wessex at a Remembrance Sunday service in London marking 100 years since the First World War yesterday.

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The pregnant royal looked suitably elegant in a black coat with oversized collar and silver button detailing, poppy, black hat and gloves as she sang hymns and watched veterans and servicemen march to the Cenotaph on The Mall.

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It looks like Kate and the Countess matched on the coat front, too.

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The duchess was also joined by her husband, Prince William who paid respects with Prince Charles.

At 11 a.m, HM the Queen led the nation in a two minute silence that was followed by a gun salute, the monarch also laid the first wreath at the foot of the Cenotaph.

Prrince William, Duke of Cambridge Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles, Prince of Wales

Kate was at Valero Pembroke Refinery on the Pembrokeshire coast to mark its 50th anniversary on Saturday - another public appearance, another beautiful coat - before the Remembrance Sunday parade.

The 32-year-old royal is glowing 15 weeks into her pregnancy and if she is still suffering with morning sickness, she's putting a brave face on.

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LOVE KATE'S STYLE? The duchess is a pro when it comes to looking smart and sophisticated proving that a classic coat and winter boot goes a very long way.

Take a flick through this gallery to see some of the royal's greatest wardrobe moments.

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