On Friday a new video of the Duchess of Cambridge was released to mark Remembrance and commemorate 100 years of the Royal British Legion. She was joined by Italy Star veteran Colonel David Blum OBE to discuss this important milestone.
In the video Kate looked stunning as ever, wearing a smart military-style coat with statement gold buttons from Holland and Cooper. She combined the coat with a simple black roll neck dress and pointed-toe heels.
For hairstyling she went with simple bouncy curls, finishing off the look with simple yet professional makeup, featuring rosy pink blusher and a glossy lip.
Kate, who is Joint-President of the Scouts, sat down with Colonel Blum and Emily at the Royal Hospital Chelsea, where they talked about the vital role that Remembrance has played within our society for the past 100 years and the importance of ensuring that we continue to acknowledge and commemorate the sacrifices made by our servicemen and women.
Colonel shared some personal experiences and what Remembrance means to him, as he served in Italy during the Second World War, while Emily talked about what she learned about the roles that the Scouts played as part of the wartime effort, such as their involvement in the evacuation of young children from cities, as well as taking part in fire watches and harvests.
With this she continues her streak of great outfits, as earlier this week she wore a unique sailor outfit by Alexander McQueen for her visit to London’s Imperial War Museum to open two new galleries-The Second World War Galleries and The Holocaust Galleries.
For this engagement the royal re-wore one of her favourite sailor-style blouses with tailored trousers, a waist belt, high heel shoes and her navy blue Catherine Walker coat. Her hair was stunning as ever with a polished blow-dry and her makeup was to match.
As she toured the new exhibits, the Duchess got to see two portraits that she had taken herself, featured in it. The two photographs were taken by her last year to mark 75 years since the end of the Holocaust.