The sun may not have been shining at Buckingham Palace this afternoon but Kate Middleton made sure she brought some colour to the Queen's Garden Party, donning an elegant yellow coat and hat.
The Duchess of Cambridge was one of the star guests at the event and she made sure to dress the part in a stunning yellow coat and hat for the outdoor bash.The pregnant Royal covered up against the chilly weather in her Emilia Wickstead coat, who also designed the beautiful blue cocktail dress the Duchess wore to the National Portrait Gallery last month.
Kate teamed her coat with a fascinator style hat from Jane Corbett. The Duchess loves to recycle her favourite pieces with the hat last seen at the 2012 Garter Day ceremony
Completing the look was the Duchess' favourite patent nude court shoes, matching clutch and drop earrings.
Favourite designer: Kate Middleton chose this Emilia Wickstead dress for an event last month (WENN)
The pregnant royal, who is two months away from the arrival of her first child, joined around 8000 guests for afternoon tea in the gardens at Buckingham Palace with other high profile royals including the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall, and the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester.
The Duchess, who attended her first garden party last year, mingled with Olympians and Paralympians from last year's successful London 2012 games as well as organisers who helped to pull off the successful running of the show.
We're sure it was cucumber sandwiches and tea all round, with The Mirror reporting earlier today that 270,000 cups of tea will be drank during the afternoon!