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Kate Middleton and Camilla hold on to their hats at Commonwealth Day service to avoid embarrassment


Queen Camilla and Princess Kate avoided a big fashion incident during Monday’s blustery Commonwealth Day service.

The Princess of Wales and the Queen Consort were seen clinging to their fancy hats as they entered Westminster Abbey to avoid embarrassment.

Camilla and Kate were all smiles as they attended the annual Commonwealth Day service, their first in their new royal roles. The two dignitaries appeared to be laughing as they held their hats to keep them from blowing away in the windy conditions.

The moment was reminiscent of Princess Eugenie’s royal wedding in 2018 when wedding guests fought the wind by picking up their headpieces or blowing around their skirts. The carriage ride of the newlyweds was even canceled due to the weather.

However, Kate and Camilla turned heads as they looked dazzling in blue ensembles paired with meaningful jewelry for the annual event.

Prince William’s wife wore a navy blue peplum jacket and skirt by Erdem with a pair of Princess Diana’s sapphire and diamond earrings and a Prince of Wales feather brooch. Meanwhile, Camilla chose a blue dress and coat with a feathered beret, as well as a sapphire and diamond brooch that once belonged to the late Queen Elizabeth.

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