Kate Middleton took a leaf out of the Queen's book and stood out in bright pink at the Jubilee pageant this afternoon.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 40, watched the parade up The Mall in London with her husband Prince William and their three young children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
For the important royal occasion, to round off a long weekend of celebrations to mark the monarch's 70 years on the throne, she wowed in a raspberry-hued dress by Stella McCartney.
The long-sleeved, high-necked frock – which appeared to be at least midi length – featured gathered detailing in places.
Finishing off the elegant look, the duchess wore her hair curly and added a pair of diamond earrings.
It comes after she stylishly dressed down in a gingham blouse from John Lewis and her beloved pair of & Other Stories blue jeans earlier today.
The royal mother-of-three could be seen in a series of images baking cupcakes with her children for a street party.
She also hasn't put a sartorial foot wrong with her other outfits for the numerous celebrations for Her Majesty this weekend.
Last night, the duchess re-wore a £400 white suit from Self-Portrait to watch the Platinum Party at the Palace concert outside Buckingham Palace.
Earlier that day, she turned heads in a bright red Eponine London coat during a visit to Cardiff Castle.
Additionally, on Friday, Prince William's wife wowed in a lemon yellow Emilia Wickstead dress for the Thanksgiving service at St Paul's Cathedral.
The day before, she wore her late mother-in-law Princess Diana's sapphire earrings for Trooping the Colour.