A Look at Easter Styles Worn by the Princess of Wales – What Kate Wore

Hello and welcome to a look back at the outfits the Princess wore on previous Easter Sundays. Before we get into fashion, let’s say that Queen Camilla received many well wishes for the Princess of Wales when she visited Shrewsbury yesterday. Below, the Queen with a sign that says: “Send our love to Kate.”

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He Wale’s princess is “thrilled” by all the support she has received since announcing she is undergoing treatment for cancerthe Queen revealed today.

Camilla made the comment during a tour of Shrewsbury Farmers Market this afternoon, where more than 2,000 supporters had gathered to see her.

Speaking to two girls who had hand-drawn get-well-soon cards for Kate, Camilla said: “I know Catherine is delighted with all the kind wishes and support.”

In this video of The suns Matt Wilkinson, the Queen, meets two girls who brought greetings for the Princess.

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“I’ll take them carefully and make sure she knows they’re coming,” the Queen replied, leaning down to speak to the two girls in the windy conditions.

Speaking after meeting Camilla, Harriet, who is mid-term with her sister, said: “We heard the news and I wanted to hold the sign up to show my love to Kate.”

Her mother Lucy Waterston, who did not believe the Queen would even see the letters, said: “She said she would certainly send her love.”

In the “good news” department, the King will attend Sunday’s Easter Mattins service at St George’s Chapel in Windsor.

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As the Welsh family will be spending Easter and the children’s school holidays at Anmer Hall, their country home, I thought it would be fun to look back at the Easter outfits the Princess wore over the years. We begin with Easter Sunday 2014, when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were touring Australia. The couple attended Easter Sunday services at St. Andrews Cathedral in Sydney.

The dove gray look of Alexander McQueen showed off a custom-made coat over a dress.

The coat featured a funnel neck, structured shoulders, a hidden front zipper, and slightly flared sleeves. It’s similar to this ready-to-use label design. One distinction between the duchess’s coat and the retail version: the sleeves are long in the custom design.

The duchess complemented herself with Jane Taylor’s ‘Lupin’ hat, made of gray velvet felt with a curly bow. She also wore her Harper’s shoes LK Bennett and she was carrying her McQueen bag.

Her jewelry included the Mappin and Webb The ‘Fortune’ necklace and aquamarine and diamond UFO drop earrings seen on previous occasions.

In 2017, the Duke and Duchess met members of the royal family for the first time at St George’s Chapel in Windsor. It was also then that the Duchess began the tradition of choosing previously worn pieces for the Easter Sunday service.

The duchess was in a habit. Catherine Walker coat initially seen in Canada the previous fall.

The piece featured a modified princess silhouette, an inset waistband, an off-center front closure, front flap pockets, and a hidden placket. The collar, pockets and seams are accented with piping in a slightly darker shade than the coat fabric.

Accessories included a etui bag and Rupert Sanderson malory bombs.

The hat the duchess wore was a Lock and company design, the ‘Jacqueline’ style.

A view from the side and from behind. You can also see the late queen’s pearl and diamond earrings.

Here you see the coat worn first in Canada and then again at Easter.

Under the coat you can see the Whistles On both occasions a ‘Lina’ skirt was worn. It dates back to at least 2011, when it was used in Los Angeles.

The Duchess chose another Catherine Walker design for the 2018 Easter Sunday service. Below, you can see the couple being greeted by the Dean of Windsor, the Reverend David Conner.

The Duchess was waiting for Prince Louis at the time.

The coat was a double wool crepe design in a color the design house calls chocolate brown. It features princess seams and box pleats on the front and back of the garment.

The duchess complemented her. Gianvito Rossi Suede Heels at the bottom, 85mm high, and a bag of Loeffler-Randall, the “Lizard Effect Leather Clutch”.

she used it balenciaga faux pearl earrings, one of the few clip-on styles we see her wear, and her five-pearl brooch.

Many remembered the Duchess wearing this coat for St. Patrick’s Day in 2015 with the Irish Guards when she was expecting Princess Charlotte.

On both Easter 2018 and St. Patrick’s Day 2015, the Duchess chose what could be her favorite hat, the Betty Boop style by Lock and company.

A side-by-side view of the two sets.

We saw the Duchess repeat her 2014 Alexander McQueen outfit for Easter 2019.

The Duchess bows to the late Queen, who also turned 93 on April 21, 2019.

The duke and duchess as they left the church.

The Duchess recovered the ‘Lupin’ hat created by Jane Taylor.

We saw the London Emmy ‘Rebecca’ heels ($580) and ‘Natasha’ handbag ($515), both in steel gray.

(NOTE: Emmy London has a 20% discount promotion. Using promo code LOVEEMMY20 reduces the price of the heels to $464 and the clutch to $412).

In the jewelry department, the duchess opted for diamonds, recovering the acorn earrings from Robinson Pelham which were first seen at their 2011 wedding. She also wore the pearl and diamond oak leaf brooch seen at some previous engagements. (In this montage I include a photo on a dark background).

Here you can see Alexander McQueen’s 2014 and 2019 outfits side by side.

The duchess wore a Emilia Wickstead design at Easter 2022, when Cambridge’s two eldest children joined their parents and other royals at St George’s Chapel.

The family concluded after the service.

Measure Emilia Wickstead The design was made from double wool crepe fabric and showcased the fitted and flared silhouette that the Duchess loves, as well as peak lapels and an off-centre concealed fastening.

The duchess wore the Jane Taylor one. Pleated Argyle Crepe Headband ($800) which was first seen while attending church in Sandringham in January 2019.

Her other accessories included more Emmy London designs: the ‘Natasha’ handbag in duck egg blue and the Rebecca Shoes ($580) in Riviera Azul.

The duchess wore it Cassandra Goad Cavolfiore Stallions (£5,430, about $6,850 at current exchange rates) seen on previous occasions. The design is “inspired by the clusters of young flower stalks of cauliflower (cavolfiore) in the market,” each earring has seven pearls set with diamonds in 18K yellow gold.

Emilia Wickstead’s design was first worn during a visit to Luxembourg in May 2017.

At last year’s service, the Princess of Wales wore Catherine Walker. It was the first time Prince Louis had attended an Easter service with his family.

The Prince and Princess of Wales with Princess Charlotte.

Here you see most of the family after church.

The Catherine Walker coat combines elements of the brand mayfair and magda designs, wool crepe pieces with flared cuffs and hem.

It was initially used for the annual Commonwealth Service in March 2022 (the style was used again in July 2023 for Scotland’s National Service of Thanksgiving and Dedication in honor of King Charles III).

For the Easter engagement, the Princess wore a new hat from Lock and Co., the Mayfair pillbox style ($1040).

It is the same style that was worn in green on St. Patrick’s Day 2022 for the annual shamrock ceremony with the Irish Guards.

The princess took the Natasha handbag ($425) in cobalt blue from Emmy London and also wore it Gianvito 105 pump in ‘Praline’ suede ($635).

We saw a new pair of earrings from Carousel Jewels, the Stella Lapis and Moonstone Design ($165). They feature a 22-karat gold finish over 925 sterling silver.

Another dress was worn on Easter Sunday, but it was not for a church service.

I guess many of you will remember it.

It was the trip to Taronga Zoo in Australia with Prince George.

This dress was also a repeat. It was worn for the first time during the Jubilee Tour in 2012. It was made “by a private seamstress,” according to palace spokespersons.

So here’s our review of the looks worn to church on Easter Sunday. Do you have a favorite?

I hope everyone celebrating Easter this Sunday has a great time with friends and family.

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