Kate Middleton, 34, chose a beautiful blue custom-made Alexander McQueen coat for the Air Cadets anniversary celebration in London - and radiated elegance!
The coat is known to be a favourite of hers, and she was first pictured wearing it in New Zealand in 2014.
The mum-of-two also rocked a black Lock & Co hat, while her most prominent accessory was an Air Cadets Dacre brooch - the highest award any female cadet can achieve. (And a nice bit of bling!)
And, yes, Kate's hair looked AMAZINGLY lustrous as always! Sigh...
Despite the cold and windy February weather, she was all smiles as she attended a service at RAF church St Clement Danes in her duty as Honorary Air Commandant of the organisation.
She was appointed the role in December, taking over from the Duke of Edinburgh after 63 years.
The popular royal joined the Air Cadets to mark their 75th anniversary. After the service, a reception was held nearby at the Royal Courts of Justice where Cadets had the opportunity to meet their new patron.
Carol Vorderman, an honorary ambassador for the Air Cadets, was also present at the event.
Before arriving, she tweeted: "All of us in @aircadets are delighted today to be welcoming our Honorary Air Commandant, the Duchess of Cambridge."
Sounds like she has a bit of a girl crush... So do we, Carol, so do we!
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