Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge: This coat so symbolic that still proves her support to Ukraine

On Monday March 14, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge made a remarkable appearance at the Commonwealth celebrations in Westminster Abbey. Dressed in an outfit signed Catherine Walker, the Duchess of Cambridge reiterated her support for the Ukrainian people.

Queen of style, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge is committed to the Ukrainian people. Monday, March 14, in the absence of the weakened Queen Elizabeth II, the Duchess of Cambridge did not go unnoticed on the arm of Prince William. At the Commonwealth ceremony in Westminster Abbey, Prince George‘s mother, matching her husband, wore a slim-fitting coat in a highly symbolic shade.

Signed Catherine Walker London – French fashion designer, originally from Pas-de-Calais – this imperial and sophisticated blue piece, in the colors of the Ukrainian flag, was nothing but an umpteenth tribute to his people, victims of war. By killing two birds with one stone, the duchess paid tribute to the blue background of the Commonwealth.


Identical to the color of her Royal overcoat, Pippa Middleton’s sister wore a headpiece from Lock&Co. The oldest hat store in the world. In terms of accessories, the daughter-in-law of Prince Charles made a tender nod to the Ukrainian president: “Kate opted for the same necklace and earrings she wore during her meeting with Volodymyr Zelenskyy and his wife, Olena Zelenska, at Buckingham Palace in October 2020,” says our source. In tribute to her late mother-in-law Lady Di, Charlotte’s mother wore a sapphire ring, which belonged to her. Finally, the duchess took care of her chic silhouette with matching pumps, signed Rupert Sanderson.

Photo credits: Julien Burton / Bestimage



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