Kate Middleton belted her green Emilia Wickstead dress at a St. Patrick's Day event with Irish Guards in Aldershot, England today. She accessorized her emerald look with a gold clover brooch that belonged to the Queen Mother. Kate watched the traditional parade with a smile before handing three-leafed clovers to 40 lucky officers and one to their canine mascot, an Irish Wolfhound. When the presenting of shamrocks ceremony was complete, Kate went inside the barracks and sipped on sherry before attending a luncheon. It's been a busy week of appearances for the Duchess, who also showed off her hockey skills at the Olympic Park and visited the Prince's Foundation For Children and the Arts at the Dulwich Picture Gallery with Prince Charles.
Kate Middleton Goes Green For a Royal St. Patrick's Day Appearance
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