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Kate Middleton Keeps Wearing Upbeat Outfits to Somber Events

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All photos via Getty
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Judging by her outfits at a couple commemorative events, Kate Middleton seemed to be in a hopeful mood 100 years after World War I. She wore a cream Alexander McQueen coat with a Peter Pan collar and bright Jane Taylor hat on Sunday in Belgium as her husband gave a solemn speech remembering the occasion.

And today, she donned an L.K. Bennett dress to help artist Paul Cummins plant 888,246 ceramic poppies—one for every British death in the war—in the Tower of London's moat. See the full looks below.


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