It was a beautiful day in London for a garden party, with the sun shining throughout the afternoon.
|Photographer James Whatling|
The national anthem was plated when the royals arrived and again when the party finished.
When asked how she was finding her first garden party Kate said
'It's very nerve wracking facing such a sea of people but great fun. Everyone looks pretty dressed up'.
When told the average guest consumes fourteen sandwiches Kate smiled and said
'Gosh, no really? Well I had better see what I can do about that'.
Kate also spoke about how she's loving every minute of married life. When she is not out on an official engagement she is researching for the next one and finds she is kept very busy.
Kate teamed her dress with an oversized pink, straw and lace hat by milliner Jane Corbett.
Kate carried her LK Bennett Natalie Clutch. The £160 clutch is currently out of stock.
Kate opted for minimalist jewellery, wearing a classic pair of pearl drop earrings.
Overall I really liked this look, I think it worked better this time, teamed with the hat. Did you prefer it today or at the Sovereign's luncheon? Kate seemed incredibly happy today and her winning smile is always a fabulous asset :)
You can watch a video from the party HERE.
In other news, 'The Jubilee Queen with Katie Couric' will air on ABC tonight at 9 pm EST. During Prince William's poignant interview he discusses missing his mother on his wedding day
'It was the one time since she's died where I've thought to myself it would be fantastic if she was here. And just how sad really, for her more than anything, not being able to see it. I think she would have loved the day and I think, hopefully, she's be very proud of us both for the day. I'm just very sad that's she's not going to get a chance to meet Kate'.
Prince Harry also discusses his mother and how 'she would have loved Kate'. A rare interview with the Prince's not to be missed.
Finally another engagement has been added to William and Kate's diary. The couple will join HM and Prince Philip in Nottingham on June 13th. They'll make a balcony appearance at city's council house.
|Richard Palmer |