Kate Middleton Platinum Jubilee celebration
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Duchess Kate is continuing her streak of stylish royal looks as the queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations roll out.

The Duchess of Cambridge arrived today with husband Prince William at St. Paul’s Cathedral—where the National Service of Thanksgiving for Queen Elizabeth is taking place—wearing a sunny yellow look.

Her monochrome outfit consisted of a pale-yellow dress by Emilia Wickstead, a matching hat, a clutch, nude pumps, and pearl drop earrings.

Kate Middleton Platinum Jubilee celebration
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Kate Middleton Platinum Jubilee celebration
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Her spring look follows in the footsteps of her radiant appearance at yesterday’s Trooping the Colour parade, for which she wore an ivory Alexander McQueen blazer dress and a navy blue hat with white trim by Philip Treacy. Kate additionally accessorised with the sapphire-and-diamond earrings that once belonged to her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana.

Kate Middleton Platinum Jubilee celebration
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Other royals in attendance at today’s affair included Prince Harry, Duchess Meghan, Princess Beatrice, and Princess Eugenie. However, the guest of honour—Queen Elizabeth—was notably absent from the event.

The monarch announced yesterday that she would be pulling out of today’s service due to her ongoing “episodic mobility issues.”

“Her Majesty enjoyed [Trooping the Colour] immensely, but episodic mobility issues were experienced during the course of the day,” a source told BAZAAR.com at the time. “A regrettable but sensible decision based on the journey, length of time involved and the physical demands a service at St Paul’s inevitably involve. It was always Her Majesty’s hope that she would attend rather than a firm commitment.”

This article originally appeared in Harper’s BAZAAR US