The Duchess of Cambridge added a former dress to Buckingham Palace with new accessories for today’s garden party.
Prince William officially hosted today’s ceremony on behalf of the Queen.
In this detailed shot of the national anthem being sung, you can see more (L to R) Princess Beatrice, Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, and Earl and Countess of Wessex.
Members of the royal family greet guests in a quick video Rebecca’s English Daily Mail.
First line up … pic.twitter.com/roWVVOOUO3
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It was the last party of the season at Buckingham Palace.
There will be another at the Hollywood House in Edinburgh in late June. Here you see Prince William greeting guests at today’s event.
As you can tell from the photos, it was occasionally cloudy and drizzle.
Above, Prince Edward is talking to 8000 guests. Below, the Countess of Wessex mentions rain.
You can see the sun was shining in this picture of the Duchess of Gloucester.
And the Duke of Gloucester, the Queen’s cousin.
Another view from the Duke of Cambridge.
Here is a quick video showing the Duchess chatting with a guest
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The Duchess was delighted to see Holocaust survivors Manfred Goldberg and his wife at today’s party.
More from Of the Daily Mail The story of Rebecca English and Harriet Johnston.
Mr. Goldberg, who was accompanied by his wife, Sherry, 61, was a Jew of German descent when he was just 14 years old, sent by the Nazis to a ghetto, a forced labor camp, and finally to a stouthoff concentration camp near Gdansk, Poland. Her younger brother, Herman, was killed there.
‘Manfred,’ he shouted, ‘it’s good to see you again. How r u Seeing your name on the guest list I thought ‘yes!’ I’m so glad to see you! How were you? ‘
The Duchess is talking to Mr. and Mrs. Goldberg.
The Duke and Duchess first met Mr. Goldberg in July 2017 when they visited the Stouthof concentration camp in northern Poland. They also met Gigi Shipper, another survivor seen on the right.
Last year, the Duchess spoke to both gentlemen in a call recorded for Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Rebecca English shared a beautiful photo of Goldberg at Buckingham Palace today.
Mr Goldberg told Rebecca English that he had “come to the firm conclusion that hearing testimony from a survivor is one of the most effective ways to educate people that silence is needed to overcome evil.”
Here is a detailed view of today’s party.
And a close-up as Duchess greets Josh Reeves, who has received a BEM (British Empire Medal) for serving people with disabilities.
And now some of the wear styles today for our look. Princess Beatrice was in a self-portrait design, with a check print midi dress (now sold), Thanks Laura For ID. The Countess of Wessex brings back an Emilia Weeksted design that was previously seen in Ascot and carried a Sophie Hapsburg handbag.
And our review of what Kate wore. She repeats a dress that Kensington Palace says was made by a personal dressmaker.
It features a pie crust collar, button-front bodice, set-in waistband, bishop sleeves, and a full flowing skirt. It was first worn for the March 2019 reception marking the fiftieth anniversary of Prince Charles’ investment as Prince of Wales.
The dress has a style match by Russian designer Ulyana Sergeenko.
However, there are several differences, including the length of the cuff and the number of buttons on the front. The fabric used for Sergenko is a bit heavier than the material seen in the Duchess’s clothing.
Take a closer look at the tall, sleek collar, self-covering buttons with loop fasteners, flower sleeves near a fitted cuff, and slightly bulging sleeves.
The Duchess wore a hat of Philip Tracy, with thanks Near Gabi For quick ID.
Similar to the Philip Tracy design (first seen below on the right), first seen at the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in May 2018, worn again in June 2019 in Trooping the Color (bottom left).
The Duchess carries a handbag that looks a lot like the Hobbes design, the brand’s Ivyam Clutch ($ 210).
Made with suede, the piece is approximately 4 ″ x 10 ″ x 1.5 ″ wide and comes with a detachable shoulder strap. Thank you too Middleton Maven For this ID.
The Duchess wore a new pair of suede heels Heaven advises Jimmy Choo Romy 100 style, and I think he’s spot-on with ID.
The Duchess wore a new pair of earrings (at least to us) for the party.
Now that post up, I’ll look for earrings.
The Duchess is engaged the day before the garden party. He participated in a zoom call with Sally Hogg, CEO of the Parent-Infant Foundation. I imagine we’ll see part of that call and learn more about the companies involved in the next few weeks.
The Royal Family Channel offers about 3 minutes of raw video.