Kate Middleton Turns to Tweed Once More for WWI Ceremony in Norfolk
Thirty-four looks good on Kate Middleton. The day after celebrating her 34th birthday, the stylish royal was in Norfolk, England, to commemorate a much more solemn occasion: the 100th anniversary of WWI's Gallipoli Campaign. Middleton dressed warmly for the ceremony, once again turning to tweed for the affair, stepping out in the same skirt suit by Michael Kors that she wore to post-Christmas Sunday Service. She accessorized with a black turtleneck and tights, and her favorite pair of black Aquatalia suede boots. A felt fascinator (also black) and a low, elegant updo finished her sophisticated look. See more of her most memorable looks in our gallery.
The Duchess of Cambridge was joined by her husband, Prince William, Queen Elizabeth, and the Duke of Edinburgh, as well as her sister Pippa, her brother James, and her parents for the service at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene on the Sandringham Estate. More than 58,000 Allied troops died during the Gallipoli Campaign, which took place in modern day Turkey.