Out and about! Kate Middleton and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall sported some spring looks when they attended the Commonwealth Day service on Monday, March 14.
"Fantastic to come together to celebrate #CommonwealthDay and modern, vibrant and diverse communities across the globe at Westminster Abbey today," Prince William and Kate's Instagram page read.
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The mom-of-three sported a blue hat and matching dress at the event.
For her part, Camilla sported a purple hat and matching outfit. Queen Elizabeth sat out of the important day, but her eldest son, Prince Charles, went in her place.
"The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall arrive for the #CommonwealthDay Service at Westminster Abbey. Earlier today, it was announced that The Prince and The Duchess will attend the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Rwanda this June," a caption read via Instagram. "'As the world works to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic, and in this Jubilee year, it is more important than ever that the countries of the Commonwealth come together. As a family of some 2.6 billion people from fifty-four nations across six continents, the Commonwealth represents a rich diversity of traditions, experience and talents which can help to build a more equal, sustainable and prosperous future. With this shared sense of common purpose, and in view of recent, enforced postponements, my wife and I are delighted to be attending the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Kigali, Rwanda, in June.'- The Prince of Wales."
Of course, people loved the bright and vibrant looks!
One person wrote, "Beautiful pictures! The duchesses both look gorgeous today 😍," while another added, "👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 Very well said Your Highness. The Duchess of Cornwall looking fabulous in purple today! 💜."
A third person added, "L💜VE it when she wears purple!!!!!!"
Kate and William also sent a message via social media, writing, "Happy #CommonwealthDay."
"Happy Commonwealth Day. Proud to be a member of it ♥️🇮🇳," one person wrote, while another gushed, "Proud to be part of the Commonwealth. 🇦🇺🦘."