The Duchess of Cambridge chose a red coat to visit Wales

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were joined by their oldest children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte on their visit to Wales.  (Getty Images)

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were joined by their oldest children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte on their visit to Wales. (Getty Images)

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge they arrived in Wales to spread the spirit of the platinum jubilee. Senior members The royal family on Saturday he arrived in the capital of Wales to watch rehearsals at Cardiff Castle as part of Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

Kate, 40, looked relaxed as she and Prince William visited Cardiff Castle with their two oldest children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

The duchess is stunned in a bright red dress by the British brand Eponine London. He has a necklace around his neck and grips Kate’s usual length, the middle of the calf.

Princess Charlotte and the Duchess of Cambridge visit Cardiff Castle in Wales

The Duchess of Cambridge was all smiling during a visit to Cardiff Castle in Cambridge on Saturday, where Prince George and Princess Charlotte joined Prince William and Kate on their first official visit to Wales. (Getty Images)

Kate wore a dark blue dress under a crimson coat, seen peeking out from under the opening, which had a button fastening.

The navy dress below matched the elegant coat of her daughter Charlotte, who was on her first official visit to Wales on Saturday, along with her older brother George.

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The The Duchess of Cambridge wore red for her public appearances on a number of occasions, such as the choice for her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana.

Duchess of Cambridge Princess Diana Red

The Duchess of Cambridge regularly opts for red pieces for public occasions, as does her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana. (Getty Images)

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The late princess would often opt for a crimson shade for public appearances, and many of her most famous clothing combinations are actually bright red shades.

Perhaps taking inspiration from the queen herself, who supposedly likes to wear bright shades to be seen from the crowd, Diana always chose red again, from before she entered the royal family, until after her divorce from Prince Charles.

And it seems that the Duchess of Cambridge took a sheet from Diana’s book to visit Cardiff Castle on Saturday, choosing red not only for public appearances, but also for a visit to Wales, where red is one of the most important national colors.

Duchess of Cambridge Princess Diana Red

The collar on the red London dress of the Duchess of Cambridge looks similar to the one Princess Diana wore during her visit to RAF Wittering in Cambridgeshire in 1989 (Getty Images)

Not only does it appear as the central red dragon on the Welsh flag, a bright crimson hue appears in Welsh fabrics throughout history and forms part of the national Welsh dress, a subtle tribute from Kate to the host country for Saturday’s visit.

The duchess tucked her distinctive brunettes into a delicate ponytail that looked relaxed compared to a bun tied at the Trooping the Color ceremony on Thursday.

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The Duchess of Cambridge visits Cardiff Castle

The Duchess of Cambridge wore gold earrings from the Welsh independent brand Spells of Love to visit Cardiff Castle. (Getty Images)

Her high ponytail allowed her earrings to be on display, the Welsh brand Spells of Love, showing a sweet affection for an independent local brand, as the Duchess often does during her official visits.

The Duchess complemented her look with high-heeled suede shoes, which were her favorite in the Jimmy Choo ‘Romy 100’ style, and adorned with a £ 295 bag from one of the royal family’s favorite handbag brands, Demellier.

After two days of celebrations in London on the occasion of the Queen’s platinum jubilee, older members of the royal family are leaving the capital to see what the rest of the United Kingdom is preparing for the weekend.

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The Duchess of Cambridge, Princess Charlotte, Prince George and Prince William at Cardiff Castle, Wales

Prince George and Princess Charlotte paid their first official visit to Wales for the platinum jubilee on Saturday, joining her parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. (Getty Images)

Most of the royal family will head to Epsom tonight, despite the queen withdrawing from the event due to ongoing mobility issues and experiencing ‘mild pain’ following Thursday’s Trooping the Color ceremony.

The Cambridge family should head to the annual royal horse race after visiting Wales this afternoon.

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