Kate Middleton stepped out to honor troops during a D-Day anniversary celebration on Thursday, June 6, in London. She made a surprise appearance at the Household Division Beating Retreat parade and sported a gorgeous and regal ensemble.
The Duchess of Cambridge looked like a queen in her tailored light pink coat, matching pumps and shamrock brooch.
Kate also held on to a dark nude Mulberry leather clutch that added more style to her look.
The royal also rocked natural makeup and large pearl flower studs.
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The mother of three's dress was created by her go-to designer Catherine Walker & Co. She also kept her brown tresses neatly coiffed in a low chignon.
The Beating the Retreat is a musical show that saw more than 750 soldiers from the Household Division entertaining 13,000 spectators with military music, pageantry and fireworks. Kate was given the special honor taking a salute at the military parade.
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