Kate Middleton In Alexander McQueen Coat With Fringe On The Shoulders In Military Style At Memorial Day
Kate Middleton In Alexander McQueen Coat With Fringe On The Shoulders In Military Style At Memorial Day
Video: Kate Middleton In Alexander McQueen Coat With Fringe On The Shoulders In Military Style At Memorial Day
Video: Kate Middleton wows public in Alexander McQueen's coat 2023, February
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Last Sunday, the UK hosted Memorial Day, a traditional holiday in honor of those who fell in two world wars and other military conflicts of the 20th and 21st centuries. Also known as Poppy Day (the symbol of the holiday is the poppy flower), this memorable day is celebrated in the UK and Commonwealth countries on the first Sunday of November every year. On this day, it is customary to lay flowers at military monuments and honor the memory of the victims with two minutes of silence. Members of the Royal Family and other British officials participate in official Memorial Day events each year. This year was no exception. True, the celebration turned out to be very modest and socially distanced. Kate Middleton appeared on it.The Duchess of Cambridge chose a strict look for the official event - a black military-style coat by Alexander McQueen with epaulets and large golden buttons and an elegant Philip Treacy hat. She supplemented her outfit with a brooch with red poppies - a symbol of the holiday.

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Also, Elizabeth II honored Memorial Day with her appearance. The Queen first appeared in public wearing a face mask - earlier she was criticized more than once for her frivolous attitude to her own health, given her advanced age. The royal lady also chose a mourning black shade and a brooch with poppies for the event. She complemented the look with a necklace and pearl earrings. Elizabeth II laid flowers and honored the memory of the dead servicemen with two minutes of silence. This year, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge did not appear at the festival for the first time - they resigned from their royal powers and moved to the United States. However, it is reported that Prince Harry sent a request to lay a wreath at the monument of the Unknown Soldier on his behalf, which he was denied. This refusal greatly upset the Duke.

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