Elegant style Kate Middleton is an example for many women in Britain and far beyond its borders.
The former Suits star has a penchant for bateau designs as she has donned the flattering open neckline on numerous occasions from various designers, including Dior for the Royal Air Force 100 service, Ralph Lauren at Prince Louis' christening, Prada during the Queen's Young Leaders Reception and of course Givenchy on her wedding day. She was joined by husband Prince William and other members of the Royal family.
The outlet reported that Kate felt the celebration was important to be at if she was feeling up to it. The Duchess of Cambridge was photographed wearing her second Alexander McQueen piece of the week, a pastel coat dress, with a hat by Sean Barrett and an RAF Dacre Brooch.
She was spotted on a balcony with other Royals watching the flypast. This marks the first time the Duchess of Sussex has worn the French label.
Ms Seward told People.com: "She has blossomed and looked more confident, beaming with happiness".
Kate also stepped out in her go-to designer on Monday for Prince Louis's Christening.
She's expected to make her official debut back into the workforce in September, however. She teamed the look with a matching blue floral hat and nude high heel shoes.
And amid turmoil in the Cabinet and her Government, Mrs May delivered a reading at the service, Hebrews 11:32-12:2, with the head of the RAF Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Hillier also taking to the lectern. Markle also wore a Roland Mouret dress during her first global trip with Prince Harry earlier this week.
Just one day after attending the christening of Prince Louis, the royal family was out and about again to celebrate the 100th birthday of the Royal Air Force.
Diana's favourite flower was the white rose, leading observers to think Kate was making a subtle tribute to her.