See All of Kate Middleton's Trooping the Colour Outfits Through the Years
Just a few months after her royal wedding to Prince William — and while still sporting her post-honeymoon glow! — Kate Middleton made her Trooping the Colour debut. She chose a white coat by her wedding dress designer, Alexander McQueen, paired with a black hat for the Queen's birthday celebration.
Lovely in lavender! Kate chose a floral embroidered dress by Erdem for her 2012 appearance alongside the royal family on the Buckingham Palace balcony.
Just about a month before giving birth to Prince George, the royal rocked a light pink ensemble for Trooping the Colour.
The royal mom was all smiles during her 2014 carriage ride to Buckingham Palace, rocking a Jane Taylor hat with her brocade Alexander McQueen ensemble.
In her first appearance as a mother of two — the couple welcomed Princess Charlotte the previous month — she sported a blue floral outfit by Catherine Walker topped with a white hat.
Family of four! Kate perfectly coordinated with Princess Charlotte, wearing a white Alexander McQueen coat with a light pink hat that matched her daughter's dress.
Kate stood out in head-to-toe bubblegum pink in 2017, pairing an Alexander McQueen dress with a Jane Taylor fascinator.
Kate opted for a light blue outfit in 2018, matching Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
Kate added another fashionable Trooping the Colour appearance to her royal style résumé, donning a pale yellow ensemble by Alexander McQueen and Philip Treacy hat (with a special link to her sister-in-law).