New photos of Catherine, Princess of Wales, have stirred up the internet, with the normally sober monarchy clearly swayed.
Princess Catherine was joined by members of the royal family in commemoration Sunday, and they gathered in London at the war memorial at Cenotaph.
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She was seen standing alongside the other senior woman in the royal family, Queen Elizabeth Camilla, as she shrugged off the annual service from the balcony of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Below them, King Charles and Prince William laid wreaths at the memorial.
The service was also a tribute to the late Queen Elizabeth through authentic footage of Britain’s longest-reigning monarch over the years.
Kate once again wowed social media with her timeless outfit, sporting a wide-brimmed hat, black gown and a triple poppy pin – a symbol of remembrance used in the Commonwealth since World War I.
Kate always kept her mother-in-law close to her heart, and wore the dangling pearl earrings that were owned by the late Princess Diana.
As images from the service spread on social media, viewers couldn’t help but notice how “emotional” the Princess of Wales appeared.
One tweet read: “The Princess of Wales looked emotional during Sunday’s memorial service at the Whitehall Memorial.”
Another wrote, “You can see the tears in her eyes,” and a third agreed that you can “see the feelings in her eyes.”
Another wrote: “Catherine, Princess of Wales, beauty and elegance never cease to amaze me, especially in those glorious times.”
“I have consistently gotten it right in the simplest and most sophisticated of ways. Just a symbol of femininity and elegance.”
Besides honoring Princess Diana, Kate is remembering her late husband Queen Elizabeth at the Remembrance Festival at London’s Royal Albert Hall on Saturday night.
On her first family memorial day since the Queen’s death in September, Kate chose to wear the dangling earrings and pearl necklace that once belonged to the Queen.
The Princess of Wales also wore the accessories at Her Majesty’s funeral in September and Prince Philip’s funeral in 2021.
His first birthday as a king
After Memorial Day, Charles celebrates his first birthday as king on November 14.
While Charles celebrates his birthday privately, his first birthday as king will be celebrated across the Commonwealth in June 2023.
According to Buckingham Palace, “Official celebrations of a King’s birthday are often held on a day other than the actual birthday, especially when the actual birthday is not in the summer.
“King Edward VII, for example, was born on November 9, but his official birthday throughout his reign was celebrated in May or June when there was a greater likelihood of good weather at the Christmas Parade, also known as the Trooping of the Color.”
Queen Elizabeth continued this tradition throughout her reign as her birthday was outside the summer months.
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