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The Duchess of Cambridge dazzles at 60th Anniversary of Coronation Service

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The Duchess of Cambridge was a vision in blush pink at The Queen’s 60th Coronation Service.

Catherine wore a bespoke satin coat and lace dress by Jenny Packham, her LK Bennett Sledge pumps, and a suede Alexander McQueen box clutch. Her hat was created by Jane Taylor Millinery, and was previously seen at last year’s Jubilee events.

The Duchess of Cambridge arrived with her husband shortly before 11 a.m. She was positively glowing, despite being 7-8 months pregnant. Prince Harry escorted her down the aisle of Westminster Abbey.

The last time the Cambridges were in Westminster Abbey was April 29, 2011 – their wedding day.  Today was no doubt a special and memorable day for them. Even more touching was the “Introit,” or entrance song,where the choir sang “I Was Glad” – the very same song used for the processional during the Royal Wedding. The song is often used for formal events of the British Monarchy. 

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