Kate Middleton joined the rest of her country in observing a two-minute silence and paying respects to fallen soldiers during Remembrance Day services at Cenotaph memorial today.
The Queen led the ceremony as the Duchess of Cambridge looked on from a balcony of the Foreign Office alongside Sophie, Countess of Wessex. Per tradition, members of the monarchy, including the Queen and Prince William, laid wreaths to commemorate lost members of the Armed Forces.
And even though the occasion was a grim one, Kate styled herself to a T, opting for a traditional poppy pin and the same black Diane Von Furstenberg military-style coat that she wore to last year's Remembrance Day service. The duchess switched up her head gear though and chose a wide-brimmed hat this year. The Duke of Cambridge, an active participant in the service, looked the part of a prince in his RAF uniform.
In case you were wondering where Camilla was this time around, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall are still on their Diamond Jubilee tour, so they attended a ceremony in New Zealand. (Ed. note: we really hope they brought koalas along.)
See photos of Kate Middleton during Remembrance Day below and tell us what you think of her somber look.
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