Kate Middleton stood by the Queen on Remembrance Sunday [Getty]
The Duchess of Cambridge, who concealed her baby bump in a double-buttoned black coat, paid her respects on Remembrance Sunday on the balcony with her Majesty, Prince Phillip and Sophie, the Countess of Wessex.
Prince George’s mum, like the Queen, wore three poppies on her black jacket and completed her look with a hat.
Kate – who is pregnant with baby number three – also wore gold earrings as she wore her hair in a bouncy updo.
The royal family all headed to White Hall to pay their respects for Remembrance Day [BBC]
The Duchess of Cambridge was joined by the Countess of Wessex [Wire]
The ceremony was led by Prince Charles, who laid a poppy wreath on behalf of the Queen, as she chose to stand by her husband the Duke of Edinburgh who retired earlier this year.
This is one of the first times the Queen decided to break tradition and watch the ceremony from the balcony.
The head of the royal family was even spotted wiping a tear from her face during the emotional ceremony.
The Queen wiped away a tear following the two-minute silence [Wire]
Prince Harry and Prince William joined the ceremony behind Prince Charles [Sky News]
The 91 year old is said to have made the decision so she could stand beside the Duke of Edinburgh.
A statement released from officials explained: “The Queen wishes to be alongside the Duke of Edinburgh and he will be in the balcony.”
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