Sunday, March 15, 2015

St. Paul's Cathedral Service

Dear Readers! I am so sorry about the delay; the last few days were full of travel for me. Without further ado, here is the post!

Kate, William, and other members of the royal family attended a ceremony for the fallen soldiers of Afghanistan.
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Over 2,000 attended the service, including veterans and families of the fallen. Former PM's Tony Blair and Gordon Brown were also present.
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The service specifically honored the 453 service men and women that lost their lives. The commemoration was lead by the Dean of St. Paul's Cathedral, with the Archbishop of Canterbury giving an address.
We get a look in the procession:
After the service, the congregation was lead outside for a view of the flypast, made up of military service people from the Army, RAF, Royal Navy and Royal Marines.
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It was a somber day. Below we see them socializing with a few members of the royal family:
My favorite picture of the day:

We also saw a (very, very, very) rare public display of affection between Prince Phillip and The Queen.
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Kate wore a lovely Beulah London coat 'Chiara'. She wore a fascinator by an unknown designer, and wore her suede McQueen pumps.
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She debuted a beautiful Tanzanite and Diamond necklace and earring set by G Collins and Sons.
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I think it was a great look for her and it was nice to see her looking cheerful on one of her last engagements before she goes on maternity leave! See you on St. Patricks Day :)

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