(CBS News) Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, stuck with British fashion house Alexander McQueen for the final day of the queen's Diamond Jubilee and it didn't disappoint.
The dress was a form-fitting, long-sleeved, nude-colored lace gown that she paired with a floral netted fascinator by Jane Taylor. Kate wore a bright red McQueen dress to the celebrations on the River Thames for the Jubilee on Sunday and most memorably, the duchess wore the designer at her wedding.
The queen didn't let Kate steal all of the sartorial spotlight. She wore an embroidered silk mint green coat with a chiffon overlay that had Swarovski crystals on the shoulders, all by her senior dresser Angela Kelly.
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, wore a shimmery gold Bruce Oldfield coat and dress with an oversized Phillip Treacy hat.
Princess Beatrice wore Kinder blue coat and a Stephen Jones hat, while her sister, Princess Eugenie, wore a purple dress by Suzannah and a matching hat by Jones as well. Princess Eugenie spiced up her outfit with the Union Jack painted on her nails.