June 6, 2012 11:34 AM EST
Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton Stuns in Lace Alexander McQueen Dress at Queen’s St Paul’s Thanksgiving [PHOTOS]
The Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton looked every bit a royal as she stepped out in a neutral lace dress yesterday at the St. Paul's Cathedral for the Queen's Thanksgiving.
For the third time in a row, Kate Middleton stuns her audience as she parades once again in an elegant Alexander McQueen dress. She wore a scarlet dress on board of the Spirit of Chartwell the other day and then wore a black blazer from the same designer the next day.
Yesterday morning, Kate Middleton managed to impress the fashion critics once more as she steps out in a regal lace dress which was designed by Sarah Burton. She was same designer who was responsible for her Alexander McQueen wedding dress. The Duchess of Cambridge chose to complete the look with a Jane Taylor headdress, an LK Bennett nude pump and a Prada satin logo box clutch.
"Both the Duchess of Cambridge and the Countess of Wessex look stunning today. They both have a unique yet timeless sense of style and wear hats so well. It's the dream to have two members of the royal family wearing my pieces to such an important event," Jane Taylor said she was delighted to see both royals wear her creations.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were welcomed at the cathedral by hundreds of waiting crowd. The Archbishop of Canterbury gave the sermon for the Thanksgiving to mark the Queen's 60 years in power.
See more of the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton as she dazzles in style once again.