Elegant Catherine shares loving glances with William on St Patrick's Day

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Kate teamed today's coat with a matching floral hat, her Gianvito Rossi black pumps and her Kiki McDonough tourmaline and green amethyst drop earrings.

However, right now, the Duchess is not expecting a baby, and made this very clear on Sunday as she sipped on Guinness at the St Patrick's Day parade.

Kate handed out shamrock to 1st Battalion the Irish Guards, including their mascot Irish Wolfhound Domhnall. But her most festive accessory of all was a gold shamrock brooch pinned to the outside of her jacket.

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William is the colonel of the Irish Guards, and wore the uniform for his marriage to Kate.

Kate will then present the shamrock to officers and warrant officers, before a march past where William will take the salute.

Some 350 soldiers marched on the Parade Square at Cavalry Barracks this morning, while their families proudly watched on wrapped up warm with blankets to protect from the cold March wind.

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This time previous year, Catherine was still pregnant with Prince Louis so famously opted to drink water rather than Guinness during the event.

During the ceremony, Their Royal Highnesses led a minute's silence for the victims of the terror attack in New Zealand earlier this week which claimed the lives of 50 people.

In times of war, the shamrock is shipped out to them to be tucked into their Kevlar helmets, and for those at home the ultimate honour is to have it presented by a senior female member of the royal family family.

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Alongside its role serving in British conflicts overseas, the Irish Guards also serve in ceremonial and public duties at Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle, St James's Palace and the Tower of London.