Kate Middleton has joined her hubby Prince William and family members Prince Harry, Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall to mark the 60th anniversary of the Queen's Coronation.
Held at Westminster Abbey, it's the first time the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have appeared at the venue publicly since their wedding day two years ago.
To mark the occasion Kate has opted for a nude outfit consisting of daisy lace shift and collarless coat by one of her fave designers - Jenny Packham, and ever the keen recycler, has accessorised with the Russell & Bromley mini clutch and nude heels she's been loving of late, as well as a Jane Taylor hat she wore for last year's Jubilee celebrations.
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The pair, whose baby is due in July, join a crowd of 2,000 to celebrate the Queen's reign.
It's thought that Kate will head home to rest after the ceremony, while the rest of the Royals will continue celebrations with a private lunch thrown by the Deane of Westminster.
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