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Orla Pentelow·Fashion and Shopping Writer, Yahoo Life UK·4 min readIn this article:
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  • Princess Charlotte of CambridgePrincess Charlotte of CambridgeDaughter of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge
  • Prince George of CambridgePrince George of CambridgeEldest child of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge
  • Catherine, Duchess of CambridgeCatherine, Duchess of CambridgeWife of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge
  • Diana, Princess of WalesDiana, Princess of WalesFirst wife of Charles, Prince of Wales (1961-1997)
  • Prince William, Duke of CambridgePrince William, Duke of CambridgeDuke of Cambridge
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were joined by their eldest children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte for their visit to Wales. (Getty Images)
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were joined by their eldest children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte for their visit to Wales. (Getty Images)

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have arrived in Wales to spread the Platinum Jubilee spirit. The senior members of the Royal Family arrived in the Welsh capital on Saturday to watch concert rehearsals in Cardiff Castle as part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

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

The duchess stunned in a bright red coat dress by British brand Eponine London. It features a standing collar at the neck and hits at Kate’s go-to length, the mid-calf.

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

Kate wore a navy dress beneath the scarlet coat, seen peeking out beneath the opening, which featured a button-down fastening.

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

Read more: Every time the Duchess of Cambridge and Sussex subtly honoured Princess Diana

The Duchess of Cambridge has worn red for her public appearances on a whole host of occasions, as was 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 to wear on public occasions, as did her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana. (Getty Images)

Read more: Why the Duchess of Cambridge wears so much red

The late-people’s princess would often opt for the scarlet hue for public appearances, and many of her most iconic outfits are in fact the vibrant red shade.

Perhaps taking inspiration from the Queen herself, who reportedly likes to wear vibrant shades so that she can be seen from the crowd, Diana chose red time and time again, from before she entered into the Royal Family, even until after her divorce from Prince Charles was finalised.

And it looks like the Duchess of Cambridge took a leaf out of Diana’s book for the visit to Cardiff Castle on Saturday by choosing red not only for a public appearance, but also for a visit to Wales, where red is one of the most significant national colours.

Duchess of Cambridge Princess Diana Red
The collar on the Duchess of Cambridge's red Eponine London dress, looks similar to one Princess Diana wore to visit to RAF Wittering in Cambridgeshire in 1989. (Getty Images)

Not only appearing as the central red dragon on the Welsh flag, the bright scarlet hue shows up in Welsh fabrics throughout history and forms part of the national Welsh dress, a subtle tribute from Kate to the host nation for Saturday’s visit.

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