The Duchess of Cambridge was the epitome of elegance as she stepped out in Catherine Walker on day two of her Belgium visit. Kate, 35, wore the dusty pink coat dress as she carried out engagements with her husband Prince William. The chic item can be found on Catherine Walker's official website, although no price is shown. It is described as "a delicate dusty pink Venetian wool coat dress with hand applique taupe corded lace spreading up from the hem and cuff".
In terms of accessories, Kate matched the coat dress with a pink hat, small rectangular clutch and nude heels. She had her hair swept into a low bun and wore pearl drop earrings. The thoughtful Duchess also had a poppy pinned to her dress as she visited the Commonwealth War Graves Commission Cemetery, Bedford House, on the outskirts of Ypres, Belgium. Bedford House is the final resting place of more than 5,000 First World War servicemen. Prince William and Kate spoke to interns, who help visitors understand the stories of servicemen buried in the cemetery. They also walked around and viewed some of the graves.
Later on Monday, the Duke and Duchess will join Prince William's father Prince Charles at a ceremony at the cemetery. Alongside King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of the Belgians, the royals will walk the central aisle of the cemetery to the Cross of Sacrifice and Stone of Remembrance where the event will take place.
Charles will give a reading and together with King Philippe, he will lay a wreath on the Stone of Remembrance. Kate and Queen Mathilde will lay flowers on German graves located in the cemetery, while William will deliver a short reading. The ceremony will conclude with a flypast in honour of those who fell at Passchendaele – one of the bloodiest battles of the First World War.
Prince William and Kate arrived in Belgium on Sunday, where they attended a special ceremony to mark the centenary of the Battle of Passchendaele. Kate opted for a similarly demure outfit, choosing to recycle the Alexander McQueen cream coat dress she wore back in July 2015 for the christening of her daughter Princess Charlotte.