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Kate Middleton recycles Remembrance Sunday outfit she last wore alongside Meghan

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Kate Middleton recycled her Remembrance Sunday outfit that she was last spotted wearing alongside Meghan Markle for the Duchess of Sussex's first service.

The Duchess of Cambridge sported a black Alexander McQueen coat with a white collar and red embellishments on the shoulders, the same outfit she wore in 2018.

She again opted to pull her hair back and away from her face, wearing the same round black hat and a new pair of earrings during the memorial.

Meanwhile, Kate and husband Prince William looked solemn as they arrived for the Remembrance Sunday service – hours after the Queen announced she wouldn't be attending.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were joined for the poignant occasion by other royals, including Princess Anne and Prince Edward.

Prince Charles, who celebrates his 73rd birthday today, laid a wreath on the top step of the Cenotaph on his mother's behalf.

Buckingham Palace announced just after 9am, that the Queen had a sprained back and "with great regret" would not attend. It had earlier this week been confirmed she would.

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Today's event would have been her first duty in public after her hospital stay last month. The injury is unrelated to recent medical advice for her to rest.

Her Majesty, 95, has only ever missed six other Remembrance Sunday services.

One serviceman said "it must be very serious" if the Queen is unable to attend.

Royal Navy Petty Officer Ben Shread, of the Combat Camera team, said: "It would be nice if the boss was here.

"She's the head of the armed services. I don't know if she has ever missed the Remembrance parade before. So, if there is a reason she is not here it must be a very serious one. We all wish her well."

  • Meghan Markle
  • Prince Charles
  • Prince William
  • Queen
  • Royal Navy
  • Royal Family

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