Kate in cream at Easter Sunday service with The Queen

The Duchess of Cambridge attended the Easter Sunday service at Windsor today, bringing back her cream Catherine Walker coat, teaming it with a new pillbox hat.

The Duchess of Cambridge wore Catherine Walker to the Easter Sunday church service at Windsor Castle. Picture by i-Images

Kate’s coat, first worn in Canada last year, has a princess silhouette (flared skirt), slightly darker trim, flap pockets to the waist, and a collar. The closure is on the left-hand side, with no visible buttons or fastenings.

Quite a plain piece, she accessorised it with her LK Bennett Fern heels in trench leather, Rupert Sanderson ‘Malory’ heels in cream leather (Kate has these in navy suede, too), and a new pillbox hat in a satin fabric.

It is a square shaped piece, with a flat bow to the back, currently unidentified. The piece resembles one worn in 2015 to the Battle of the Somme commemorations, and again Catherine wears a hair net to hold her up-do in place.

Rupert Sanderson Mallory heel

The cream fold-over clutch was a new piece, from a brand the Duchess has only recently bought from, Etui Bags. The Polish company offer the bag currently in orange, but Kate had hers custom-made in cream. You can see the texture of the bag, which matches the one on their site currently, priced around £55.

Lastly, the Duchess wore a pair of The Queen’s pearl and diamond earrings – here is a close-up from another time they were worn.

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