The Prince and Princess of Wales at a Commonwealth Day Service
The couple coordinated the clothes and were the epitome of elegance in Westminster Abbey.
Prince William and Kate Middleton made their first big public appearance in their new capacity as the Prince and Princess of Wales. Two weeks ago, the order of Charles III on the assignment of new titles to the eldest son and daughter-in-law was certified by the royal seal, and now the spouses have entered into full possession of them.
On the occasion of Commonwealth Day, celebrated in Great Britain every year on the second Monday of March, a festive service was held at Westminster Abbey. It was attended by all the working members of the royal family. To attend the iconic event, Kate chose a navy blue suit from the British brand Erdem with a delicate print of white twigs - a peplum jacket and a year skirt - and complemented it with a matching wide-brimmed hat, pumps and gloves. The Princess of Wales looked stern and presentable. Her color match was Prince Ulyam, dressed in a business suit and white shirt with a blue tie.
During the service in Westminster Abbey, all 56 states of the British Commonwealth of Nations were honored.