The Duchess of Cambridge has paid homage to the late fashion designer Alexander McQueen on the tenth anniversary of his death.
Lee Alexander McQueen, CBE, took his own life on 11 February 2010 at the age of 40.
The 38-year-old royal wore a navy jacket from the label for an engagement today at the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre Stanford Hall in Stanford on Soar, Loughborough.
The jacket features the designer’s characteristic military-style buttons, together with a nipped in waist and a flat collar.
Duchess Kate wore it buttoned up to her neck together with a matching A-line navy midi skirt.
The royal has long been a fan of the Alexander McQueen fashion label, wearing a bridal gown designed by Sarah Burton, creative director of Alexander McQueen, for her wedding on 29 April 2011.
She has worn the label many times since, re-wearing a McQueen dress for this year’s BAFTAs.
6/10 Remembering our friend, mentor and the founder of this house, Lee Alexander McQueen, who died ten years ago today. His brave and beautiful spirit touches everything we do, always, and we miss him every day.— Alexander McQueen (@McQueen) February 11, 2020
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Photographed by Ann Ray. pic.twitter.com/QaMJUzSG3l
She accessorised with a pair of Ralph Lauren black boots with a stiletto heels and pointed toe, and carried a pair of globes and a black, top-handle bag by McQueen in one hand.
She wore a pair of diamond drop earrings.
Her hair was worn secured neatly in a half-up, half-down style, and make-up wise she opted for dark eyeliner and a nude lip.
The duchess was joined at the engagement by her husband, Prince William, 38, together with Prince Charles, 71, and the Duchess of Cornwall, 72.
This is the couples’ first joint engagement in nine years, according to the Daily Mail.
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