Duchess Catherine, William and Harry attend Service of Hope

Prince William, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry attend the Service of Hope at Westminster Abbey on April 5,2017 in London. The multi-faith Service of Hope was held for the four people killed when Khalid Masood committed an act of terror in Westminster on Wednesday March 22. The Duchess wore Missoni Long Snake Stitch Coat.
Kate, Prince William and Prince Harry attend Service of Hope. Kate Middleton wore Missoni Long Snake Stitch Coat
Kate, Prince William and Prince Harry attend Service of Hope. Kate Middleton wore Missoni Long Snake Stitch Coat
Kate Middleton, Prince William and Prince Harry attend Service of Hope. Kate Middleton wore Missoni Long Snake Stitch Coat
Duchess Catherine, Prince William and Prince Harry attend Service of Hope. Kate Middleton wore Missoni Long Snake Stitch Coat
Duchess Catherine, Prince William and Prince Harry attend Service of Hope. Kate Middleton wore Missoni Long Snake Stitch Coat
Duchess Catherine, Prince William and Prince Harry attend Service of Hope. Kate Middleton wore Missoni Long Snake Stitch Coat
Kate Middleton wore Missoni Long Snake Stitch Coat
Missoni Long Snake Stitch Coat
Kate Middleton carried Beulah London Aspinal Blue Heart ClutchKate Middleton wore Gianvito Rossi Suede pumps
                     Beulah London Aspinal Clutch                           Gianvito Rossi Suede Pumps

27 comments:

  1. I'm not a big fan of this coat, I don't like the pattern and I think it makes Kate look thin and without shape, but overall she is stylish and beautiful - with a little dash of bigger self confident she expresses lately.

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  2. The outfit is good for the occasion but i sure dislike the hat. But i can remember i have see this coat before. Was in on Kate or some other royal? Can someone remember?

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    1. She already wore this Missoni coat in France last year.

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    2. that's right, thank you Iana!

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  3. love the coat, the hair, the earrings. but i find the hat a little to "fun" for this king of event.

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    1. What you say about the hat is true. But overall I think the outfit is appropriate. She looks elegant, chic and beautiful.

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  4. Kate wore the coat back in June during the Battle of the Somme commemoration in France, with a pillbox hat. This is not my favorite hat but the look is better than the pillbox and Oscar de la Renta earrings she wore the first time around. I like the coat, however, perhaps because I like Missoni and the coat fits so well. It's somber enough for the occasion without it creating a totally black look.

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  5. The coat looks better from the back than the front! Okay look but not her best. On the other hand on this kind of occasion it is maybe good.

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  6. Chapeau aussi ridicule que ceux des princesses d'York au mariage de Catherine et William.

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  7. I don't like the pattern of the coat, it is flickering in my eyes. The cut makes her look thin, almost wiry, and with the silly headpiece and the thin heels I must think of a bird, a wagtail or something like that stalking around.

    Sorry, this time I can't say any better, and although colors are taken back, I still think it's too much for the occasion.

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  8. She is appropriately dressed. I have never been a fan of this coat. I like Missoni but this coat almost makes me seizure. It is too much. I know Missoni is all about patterns but I just don't care for this one. It is alsi a very dull black. Flat. Hard to explain. The hat is a little whimsical as well.

    But today is not about fashion but about honoring and remembering those that have lost their life and the injured. Hope... remains always. That is all we really have in this world anyway.

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    1. That is so true, Diane! "By keeping up a cheerful heart we hope for better days" ("The seasons", celtic traditional)

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    2. What a beautiful sentence, Coralie, I'll write it down for me, tradicional songs have allways such deep meaning, we shall reed them more.

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    3. Masha, if you would like to listen to the song just look for "Loreena McKennitt" and "The seasons" at youtube. Loreena is a wonderful singer and this traditional music is so touching! I am sure you will like it!

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    4. I'll do that, thanks, Coralie!

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  9. I like the colours but the coat does make her look very thin, as others have commented. The hat is just silly, and not appropriate. I intensely dislike those head-pieces - they cannot seriously be called a hat.
    I wonder if her odd posture is due to trying to walk in those extremely high heels.

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  10. Le prince Harry perd aussi ses cheveux Mais Il ala chance que ce soit sur l'arrière du crâne.Triste hérédité

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    1. Myriam, c'est la vie :( et la famille.

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  11. Sorry, a big "No" from my side...

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  12. she looked like a perching crow..sorry

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  13. Love the outfit of the Duchess. Suitable for the occasion. Agree with a comment that this is not formal event that the Royal family attended. They paid their respect to this horror terror incident in London. My opinion insensitive to attack the clothes Duchess is wearing. Although it was a somber event, she still looks elegant, stylish and chic. To all the British people comment on this blog, my deepest condolences, sympathy with you. The most beautiful scene and icon of London that will always carry the stigma of a terror attack. Let there be hope for you and the prays across the world comfort you. PS The Queen of Spain, Mary and Marie of Denmark are just as slender/thin as the Duchess. Don't forget the CP of Sweden that also looks like stick/slender/thin. Therefore the Duchess can wear thin high heels with her beautiful, well-shape and slender legs. A lady with legs like tree trunks will look like an elephant in high highs!

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  14. On the fashion front the Duchess is stylish, chic, elegant and appropriate dressed for the occasion, but this is not the focus here. Sad the inappropriate comments on her dress code, that's not the focus here. The horrific, senseless terror attack at the most iconic landmark of London should have the attention. My deepest condolences and sympathy to all English blog visitors, the victims and the people of London. May the prays of the World carry you all through this time and future. May the HOPE service also reach the innocent victims in Syria.

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