Princess Kate and Queen Camilla sparked royal frenzy during today’s Remembrance Sunday service.
The two women appeared on the balcony at the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office as King Charles led the emotional memorial service at the Cenotaph, in Whitehall, London.
Both women wore elegant black coat dresses with matching hats and pearl jewellery.
While members of the Royal Family wore one poppy on their uniforms to pay tribute to those lost in battle, Kate was seen with three on her outfit.
She also wore a silver brooch, which she was awarded when she became Commodore-in-Chief of the Fleet Air Arm earlier this year.
But royal fans were quick to notice a sweet moment between her and the Queen near the end of the event.
One royal fan said on X (formerly known as Twitter): “The Royal Family depart from the Cenotaph following the Remembrance Service. I love the Queen’s smile for Catherine here.”
In another tweet, they added: “A nice moment shared between the Queen and Princess Catherine on the balcony today.” Another user mentioned: “I love their bond.”
Earlier, a body language expert noted the moment saying Kate appeared to remind Camilla about royal hierarchy.
Judy James said: “There was a moment at the end of the service when both women seemed to define the way that the late Queen’s death has left them still needing small royal hierarchical reminders or cues.
“Camilla turned her head towards the interior but it seemed to need Kate to say ‘after you’ as she turned in the same direction. Camilla threw her wide, affectionate smile of what looked like gratitude as the two women stepped elegantly inside.”