As usual, all eyes were on Kate Middleton when she stepped out at the Queen’s Coronation Anniversary Service.
Accompanied by her husband Prince William, the pair returned to Westminster Abbey—the same place they were married just two years ago—to give their best wishes to Queen Elizabeth II on her 60th anniversary wearing the crown.
An expecting Kate dressed the part perfectly—no surprises there. A bespoke Jenny Packham dress and coat in a beautiful blush color with a matching Jane Taylor fascinator and nude LK Bennett heels (by the time you’re done reading this sentence, each item will probably be sold out online).
As for the coronation service itself, St. Edward’s Crown, a heavily bejeweled piece constructed of solid gold and weighing nearly 5 pounds, practically stole the show. The artifact left the Tower of London for the first time since the Queen’s coronation in 1953 and was on display at the formal service.
For all you royal obsessed fans out there, some names on the guest list included Prince Philip, Andrew, Duke of York, Camilla Parker Bowles, Prince Edward, Sophie Wessex, and Lady Louise.