• Duchess Kate honors the Queen at the procession
  • She pays her last respects with one detail
  • Kate also commemorates Lady Di

On Wednesday, the British royals came together to pay their last respects to the Queen in the procession through London. The funeral march through the city was initially represented by the Queen's four children, as well as Prince William and Prince Harry, Peter Phillips and Timothy Laurence.

Duchess Kate honors Queen and Lady Diana

The other partners of the Royals were driven to Westminster Abbey in cars at the same time. Once there, they lined up behind the coffin and held the service together. The eyes were mainly on Kate, the Princess of Wales, who was standing next to her husband Prince William.

Duchess Kate wore an elegant black dress, which she combined with matching pumps and a small handbag. 

Kate honors Queen and Lady Di with details during procession

In honor of the Queen: Kate wears her brooch

As headgear, the future Queen chose a small hat with mesh detail in front of the eyes. But most of all her choice of the brooch on the lapel of her dress was very interesting. This formerly belonged to the Queen. 

Also Interesting:

Queen Elizabeth II was known for passing her jewelry on to future generations. This diamond and pearl leaf brooch was worn by the late Queen in 1999 on her 73rd birthday on an official visit to South Korea.

And Kate also honored another family member with her teardrop-shaped pearl earrings. These earrings belonged to the late Lady Diana.