Kate Middleton’s sweet nod to Prince William at Remembrance Sunday Service revealed

The Princess of Wales paid a subtle tribute to Prince William at the Remembrance Sunday Service in London earlier today.

Kate Middleton, 41, looked elegant in a black military-inspired coat as she appeared alongside Queen Camilla on the balcony of the Foreign Office in front of the Cenotaph.

The mother-of-three paired her coat with a pair of pearl and diamond earrings, which are thought to have one belonged to the late Queen Elizabeth II, as well as a trio of red poppies.

But Kate finished off her ensemble with a black Philip Treacy hat – which is complete with a black velvet bow.

This is not the first time the royal has worn this accessory, owning the hat as early as 2006 – where she was seen wearing it at her future husband's passing out parade at Sandhurst.

At the time, Kate had only just graduated from St Andrews University and was working as an accessory buyer for the high street store Jigsaw.

The event was one of her first public appearances as Prince William's girlfriend – becoming an indication of the pair's blossoming romance.

Prince William was among dozens of trainee officers at Sandhurst taking part in the military ceremony – which was also attended by the late Queen.

In a sweet nod to her husband's military service, Kate opted to wear the hat once again – watching her husband laying a wreath at the Cenotaph on Sunday morning.

Kate also wore a silver brooch, which she was awarded when she became the Commodore-in-Chief of the Fleet Air Arm earlier this year. King Charles led the royals and the rest of the crowd in a period of two minutes' silence to mark the soldiers who have lost their lives in conflicts since World War One.

The royal family attended the Cenotaph to take part in the service along with army officers and prominent UK politicians – including former Prime Ministers.

Among them were Prime Minister Rishi Sunak as well as the leader of the opposition, Sir Keir Starmer. While former PMs such as Liz Truss, Boris Johnson, Theresa May, David Cameron, and Tony Blair were also present.

Prior to the Remembrance Service, Kate could be seen enjoying a sweet moment with Queen Camilla as the two were seen talking at the traditional spot on the balcony of the Foreign Office.

Camilla and Kate were joined by Sophie, the Duchess of Edinburgh, and the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester on the balcony.

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