To visit the Imperial war Museum in London, Kate Middleton chose a dress of rich blue color with sleeves in length three quarters, made by British designer Jenny Packham (which is in the outfits of this designer Kate appears particularly often!). She paired the piece with beige pumps and a matching nude Mulberry England clutch, keeping her copper locks in classic waves at her shoulders.
The Duchess was shown several of the documents including a letter of condolence to her family from the Keeper of the Privy Purse at Buckingham Palace.
'I feel that is true style and more about her and her personality, ' Rochelle said.
The Duchess of Cambridge was shown for the first time the original documents detailing the lives and deaths of the Lupton brothers - Francis, Maurice and Lionel.
The Duchess of Cambridge's great-great-grandfather, Francis Martineau Lupton's three sons - Francis, Maurice and Lionel - were all killed in action within two years of each other.
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William and Kate were engaged by October 2010 and they married in Westminster Abbey on April 29, 2011. He served with the 8 Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment and was 31-years-old.
The Duchess of Cambridge reacts to visitors as she visits the Imperial War Museum. A letter from Maurice to his father on 24 May 1915 reads, "Lionel was here the day before yesterday for a bit, & I have seen him two or three times in the last few days".
The royal also toured the First World War Galleries and met with historians, curators and a fellow descendant of a WWI soldier.
The royal pair were at the Basildon Sporting Village to visit Coach Core Essex, an apprenticeship scheme for sports coaching.