It certainly has been an eventful day for the Duchess of Cambridge. This morning she supported William at the Trooping the Colour ceremony. Wearing an ivory dress coat Kate looked elegant. Just hours later she attended the wedding of close friend Sam Waley-Cohen. The jump jockey is known as the 'royal matchmaker' after being credited for helping William and Kate rekindle their romance after their brief split in 2007. Kate matched the black Philip Treacy hat she wore at the Trooping the Colour ceremony with a fitted monochrome spot pattern dress. The Duchess is known for wearing her items more than once. She was photographed wearing the same dress back in 2007.
Accompanied by her sister Pippa Middleton wearing a green embellished jacket, the pair appeared to be enjoying the day and catching up. One guest said: 'It was a fantastic wedding and I saw Kate arrive at the church with her sister after she apparently drove herself there. She arrived about twenty minutes before the service started and was very relaxed and happy. When the wedding had finished Kate joined the others in making an avenue outside the church for the newlyweds to walk through. There was security but it was very low key. Kate looked lovely but did her best not to overshadow the bride'.