The Duchess of Cambridge channeled two royal women Princess Diana and Queen Elizabeth by wearing a wide-brimmed hat at Remembrance Day service. Now, this becomes a topic of discussion, whether Kate Middleton Pay Tribute to her late mother-in-law Princess Diana with this Remembrance Day Hat?
Kate Middleton appeared on a balcony to celebrate the annual ceremony of the Cenotaph war Memorial Day. At that time, she wore a wide-brimmed hat. This is a rare shape that she usually wears. Her late mother-in-law Princess Diana also wore a similar outfit at the same event in 1992.
Kate also wore a collared jacket along with drop pearl earrings, as like Diana. So, it is assumed that the complete outfit was a tribute to Princess Diana.
But this is not the end of the story. Kate’s recent wide-brimmed hat was also comparable to Queen Elizabeth style who is famous for her wide-brimmed hats.
Since her debut at the Remembrance Sunday in 2011, Kate has experimented with different head-toppers. However, she usually wears fascinators for this special occasion. She wore large hats in both 2016 and 2017. Sometimes she highlighted netting covering part of her face.
The Duchess of Cambridge accompanied other members of the royal family on this occasion. Prince William was in the uniform of a Squadron Leader of the Royal Air Force. His father Prince Charles laid wreaths on behalf of himself and the Queen.