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Sunday, June 10, 2012

Kate looks demure in trademark nude heels and plaited hair as she and adoring William attend wedding of Princess Diana's niece

By Emma Reynolds

Kate looked demure in her trademark nude heels today at the wedding of Princess Diana's niece.

The Duke of Cambridge kept a protective hand on the back of the Duchess, who wore a pale grey floral dress with her favourite LK Bennett shoes to the Lincolnshire nuptials.

She completed the muted look with an elegant Whiteley beige hat and embellished coat, with her hair half up in a plait around the crown of her head.

Poised: The Duchess of Cambridge looked calm and composed in a muted floral dress and embellished coat

It was latest of many outings for Kate's £180 high street shoes, which have flown off the shelves as shoppers seek to imitate her classic style.

The go-with-everything footwear has made an appearance at numerous weddings, formal occasions and even relaxed day trips.

Thrifty Kate has also worn the £99 hat before, teaming it with a white chiffon dress for the Epsom Derby last June.

Prince William laughed and joked with his friends and relatives at the wedding, but Kate looked rather serious as her husband made the introductions.

Sunny mood: A smiling Prince William steered his wife through the crowds filling the pretty churchyard at the wedding

Half up 'do: Kate wore her hair partly up, plaited around the crown of her head with curls tumbling beneath while her gentlemanly husband introduced her to his old friends and relatives

In contrast to last week's Jubilee celebrations, when the Duchess chatted with Prince Harry and her husband stood quietly to one side, this week the Duke was in charge.

Harry followed slightly behind while his older brother led Kate gently through the pretty churchyard, a pale grey clutch bag clasped in one of her hands and Diana's engagement ring sparkling on the other.

Her tasteful wedding guest outfit was finished off with pearl drop earrings and black eyeliner.

The bride was Emily McCorquodale, son of Diana's elder sister Lady Sarah McCorquodale and a guest at the royal wedding a year ago.

Lady Sarah is probably the the member of the Spencer family to whom Prince William and Harry are closest.

Picture perfect: Kate and William looked sophisticated as they stuck together in the crowd of guests

Royal procession: William directs Kate past the admiring fellow guests with brother Harry following behind

Lady Sarah is joint Master of the Belvoir Hunt and married to Neil McCorquodale,a former Coldstream Guards officer.

Their other children are George, a Prince Harry lookalike who shares his mother's red hair, and Celia, who hit the headlines for her wild partying earlier this year.

Emily's wedding to James Hutt took place in a pretty church in the Lincolnshire hamlet of Stoke Rochford, where she grew up on her family's 1,000-acre farm.

The Duchess looked rather serious, despite the dappled sunshine shining on William's cousin's big day

Her cousin Kitty Spencer also attended the wedding, wearing a low-cut white chiffon dress and navy heels.

The Earl of Spencer's daughter chose a look that was a far cry from Kate's sensible, high-necked attire.

Platinum blonde Lady Kitty, who was voted most eligible female by Tatler a few years ago, typically drew attention when the short skirt blew up around her thighs.

Attention grabbing: Lady Kitty Spencer went for a very different look to Kate in a low-cut white chiffon dress that blew up in the wind



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