Kate Middleton joined the Duchess of Cornwall and the Countess of Wessex for the Order of the Garter service at Windsor Castle yesterday – and all three ladies complemented each other beautifully with their pristine white ensembles and elaborate headpieces.

The Duchess of Cambridge recycled the Alexander McQueen coat-dress she wore to last year’s Trooping the Colour (one of our faves, we must say) and teamed it with what is believed to be her Reiss Peacock dress, yet another Jane Corbett hat, nude LK Bennett pumps (natch) and Natalie box clutch bag.

It’s nice to see the coat at full length this time around – but let’s be thankful for Kate’s sake that there weren’t any gale-force winds yesterday, otherwise she might have found herself having a bit of a Marilyn moment. Although we have no doubt that she would have made it look elegant!

Even though we loved Kate’s monochrome look last year (she wore a black hat with the outfit!), we favour this all-white ensemble much more – there’s something very heavenly and Princessy about it! What do you guys think?

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