Kate Joins Will, Harry, and the Royal Family For Trooping the Colour
The royal family gathered this morning for the Trooping the Colour ceremony in London. Queen Elizabeth, who celebrated her Diamond Jubilee with multiple events this week, was joined by her husband, Prince Philip. He was able to return to his official duties after spending multiple days in the hospital last week, suffering from a bladder infection. Happily, he was home by last Sunday, his 91st birthday. The Trooping spectacle is the official birthday celebration for Queen Elizabeth, though her real big day is April 21. She turned 86 this year.
Kate Middleton wore an Erdem dress and Jane Corbett hat to participate in the festivities with her husband Prince William and brother-in-law Prince Harry. British label Erdem is one Kate wears frequently, having last sported one of designer Erdem Moralioglu's blue lace creations to a friend's wedding. She rode in a carriage during the the Horse Guards Parade, while Prince William was in uniform and atop a horse, and she later joined the senior royals for photos on the balcony at Buckingham Palace. Prince Harry caught up with cousins Beatrice and Eugenie, and Kate even shared a sweet moment with Prince Edward's daughter, Louise.