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It was a first for Kate Middleton on Friday.
The Princess of Wales attended her first St. Patrick’s Day parade since taking over from Prince William as the Colonel of the Irish Guards.
The pair joined the Irish Guards during the outing in Aldershot, U.K., with Kate definitely looking the part in a green Catherine Walker & Co coat dress and matching hat.
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She also donned the shamrock Irish Guards brooch, which, according to the Court Jeweller, is loaned to royals associated with the military unit.
Kate, who received a royal salute as the troops marched past during the parade, was recently handed the Colonel of the Irish Guards role by King Charles III, with William becoming the Colonel of the Welsh Guards.
The Prince called Kate “Colonel Catherine” at the event, People reported.
He shared, “Whilst I am extremely happy to be here celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with you once again, I’m incredibly sad to be giving this speech, as it really does mean my time as your Colonel has come to an end. It has been one of the great honours of my life to hold that title; I’m proud of everything it stands for – just as I’m immensely proud of every single one of you.”
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William went on, “I would now like to speak directly to the families gathered here today. I hope you know how truly grateful I am to all of you too. On this, my 13th and final St. Patrick’s Day as Colonel, not only am I saddened that I’ll likely fail once again to finish a pint of Guinness… but I am also sad that I
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Kate Middleton and Prince William attended the annual Irish Guards St Patrick's Day parade on St Patrick’s Day for the first time since becoming the Prince and Princess of Wales. Kate, 41, stepped out with the Prince of Wales in a military-inspired feel outfit, wearing one of her favourite brands, Catherine Walker.The Princess of Wales wore a seafoam green coat, which featured a high, structured collar and belted waist, with tailored darts on the shoulders and covered buttons up the front. And looking at her appearance at the parade with the Prince of Wales, body language expert Darren Stanton said Kate wore superhero colours "to assert her authority".
Kate Middleton is a proud mom.
Feeling lucky! Nicola Coughlan, Lindsay Lohan, Prince William and Princess Kate are among the stars who celebrated St. Patrick’s Day in March 2023.
, the Princess of Wales’s life has been a succession of firsts. Today, March 17, was no different for the woman formerly known as Kate Middleton as she carried out an historic engagement to mark St. Patrick’s Day. The Princess of Wales, 41, visited the Irish Guards at the St.
Easy being green! Princess Kate attended her first St. Patrick’s Day parade since King Charles III named her Colonel of the Irish Guards last year.
Kate Middleton and Prince William are going green! On Friday, the Prince and Princess of Wales attended the 2023 St. Patrick's Day Parade at Mons Barracks in Aldershot, England.The royals both wore shamrocks, with Kate displaying her special brooch on her teal Catherine Walker & Co coat dress, which perfectly matched her hat and heels.
Prince William and Kate Middleton have celebrated St Patrick’s Day alongside the Irish Guards, with Kate hailing their “boundless, irreverent, glorious sense of humour”. The prince, who said he was “incredibly sad” to be marking the end of his time as colonel of the regiment, was joined by his wife Kate who officially became Colonel on Friday.
To celebrate St Patrick’s Day, Kate Middleton and Prince William attended the annual Irish Guards St Patrick's Day parade at Mons Barracks for the first time since becoming the Prince and Princess of Wales. In keeping with tradition, Kate wore a full green ensemble to greet the guards and attend the parade, although this year she opted for a more sea-green shade rather than her usual bolder shades like emerald and forest green.The Princess of Wales wore a seafoam green coat from one of her favourite brands, Catherine Walker, which featured a high, structured collar and belted waist, with tailored darts on the shoulders and covered buttons up the front.The coat had an almost military-inspired feel to it thanks to the structured cut and exaggerated shoulders, making it the perfect choice to attend the barracks in.
Princess Catherine (aka Kate Middleton) and Prince William celebrate their first St. Patrick’s Day with their new titles by attending the annual parade at Mons Barracks on Friday (March 17) in Aldershot, U.K.
As Ireland celebrated St.Patrick’s Day on Friday, a host of stars from across the UK got into the festive spirit as they donned their best green outfits in celebration of the historic Saint’s day. Leading the way was Paris Fury, who marked the day by dressing her adorable children in green school jumpers and cardigans, before heightening their excitement further by painting shamrocks onto their cheeks. All of the youngster appeared to be loving it, with son Adonis looking especially pleased as he flashed a cheeky grin while wearing a jumper that read “Happy St Patrick’s Day” and hiding his face behind a pair of oversized rainbow sunglasses.
Prince William and Kate Middleton celebrated St Patrick’s Day with the Irish Guards on Friday. Prince William, outgoing Colonel of the Irish Guards, was joined by Kate, incoming Colonel, at the St Patrick’s Day Parade in Aldershot on 17 March. It marks Kate’s first time attending the parade as Colonel of the regiment, having recently visited the 1st Battalion Irish Guards on Salisbury Plain on 8 March.
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continues filming season 6, the Netflix historical drama has been spotted recreating a crucial moment in Prince William and Kate Middleton's relationship: their first meeting at St Andrews in 2001. Photos from the set show actors Ed McVey and Meg Bellamy portraying the royal couple during the early days in their romance, when they were both attending the university in Scotland.Their first meeting would also happen four years after William's mother, Princess Diana, tragically died in 1997. After completing his studies at Eton College in 2000, the prince took a gap year, traveling and working around various parts of the world before enrolling at St Andrews.Both William and Kate were students in the same residence, St Salvator's Hall.
Kate Middleton gets hands on during her visit to the Irish Guards on Salisbury Plain on a snowy Wednesday (March 8) in England.
spent time in Wiltshire, England on March 8 to visit the stationed at Salisbury Plain. Middleton swapped her royal garb for camouflage and combat boots as she braved the snowy terrain. As of December 2022, Middleton is an honorary Colonel of the Irish Guards.
Kate Middleton, is seen wearing a full military uniform and a wooly hat as she battles the snowy elements during her visit to Wiltshire today to meet members of the 1st Battalion Irish Guards.The Princess of Wales is seen kneeling on the ground as she speaks to two members of the Irish Guards, as she took part in a training session. During the training, Kate learned how to deliver care to injured soldiers during a casualty simulation exercise.
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Prince William and Kate Middleton's wax figurines in Poland have caused quite a stir online. The Prince and Princess of Wales have been featured in the Krakow Wax Museum for a while, but they just recently went viral after a TikTok user took her followers through the "worst wax museum in Poland." In the video, the TikTok user showed figurines of William, 40, and Middleton, 41, as well as the late Queen Elizabeth II and the late Prince Philip, Mike Tyson, Johnny Depp as Jack Sparrow and more. Middleton's figure was featured in all white outfit while William's donned a red ceremonial uniform.