Royal fans have been treated to a brand-new video of Kate Middleton having a conversation on the sofa with a 98-year-old war veteran, Colonel Blum, and a 10-year-old girl called Emily. The three spoke abut the importance of remembering those who died for the country in the First World War, and doing so across generations.
In the beginning of the clip, Kate is seen walking down a path with both Colonel Blum and Emily.
Her dark green and blue tartan coat matched Emily’s dark green Cub Scout uniform and Colonel Blum’s navy blue suit.
The Duchess’ coat seemed to be new but its dark colours, plaid pattern, and gold buttons made it very similar to a jacket royal fans have seen Kate wear before.
Kate was last seen wearing a timeless blue plaid trench coat by Holland Cooper during her and Prince William’s tour of Scotland in May earlier this year.
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This coat was also from Holland Cooper but cost slightly less than Kate’s other similar version, at £749.
Underneath the coat, Kate wore a knitted roll neck top, also in dark green.
This garment was most likely bought from Reiss for £95 and Kate also owns it in a light brown shade.
She matched the light jumper with a skirt in the same colour and what looked like the same material.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will join Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, as well as the Queen, at the Cenotaph for Remembrance Sunday this weekend.
Although she has recently been ill, the Palace said it was the Queen’s “firm intention” to attend the annual wreath-laying service in Whitehall.
William and Kate will also attend the Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall on Saturday evening.
Yesterday, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, was seen at Westminster Abbey to mark the minute’s silence held across the country for those who died in the First World War.