Well over a year after her wedding, Kate Middleton still stuns in white!
After a weekend spent roughing it in the woods with the King Solomon Academy Primary School, the Duchess of Cambridge cleaned up well for the Order of the Garter service in Windsor, England on Monday.
Middleton showed off her long, toned legs in a short and flirty white Alexander McQueen coat. The Duchess has worn this coat before — to last year's Trooping the Color on June 11. This time, she accessorized the stunning ensemble with a Jane Corbett hat and nude LK Bennett heels.
Her 18-carat sapphire wedding ring, which belonged to Prince William's late mother, Princess Diana, stood out even more against Middleton's all white ensemble.
On Monday, Middleton and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall watched their husbands Prince William and Charles pass by in the procession of The Most Noble Order of the Garter at Windsor Castle. Middleton famously giggled with Prince Harry at William's traditional garb last year — and this year was no exception.
An onlooker told Us Weekly that "when William walked past. They caught each other's eyes and Kate tried not to laugh. She smiled and William smirked, but did his best to stay composed."
Over 6,000 people came to watch the colorful procession of Garter Knights in their blue velvet robes, black velvet hats and white plumes. Following a religious service at St. George's Chapel, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip led carriages back to Windsor Castle.
Gorgeous ensembles and royal carriage rides is just one another day in the life of bring Prince William's wife. During her visit with schoolchildren on Sunday in, Middleton opened up about her marriage, admitting, "William is very sweet and kind of spoils me."