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Kate Middleton will join the rest of the Royal Family on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on Thursday, May 2 as part of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
Kate Middleton, 40, is set to attend her 10th Trooping the Colour this year after the coronavirus pandemic cancelled the special event in 2020 and 2021.
This year's Trooping the Colour is especially important as it is part of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
Over the years, Kate Middleton has given us a variety of ensembles on the balcony, all as effortlessly stylish as the last.
Let's take a look at these outfits:
The Duchess of Cambridge's first appearance at Trooping the Colour was in 2011.
For the event, Kate wore a monochrome ensemble made up of a white Alexander McQueen coat dress and a black hat by Sylvia Fletcher for Lock & Co.
In 2012, Kate opted for a light blue ensemble.
She wore a bespoke dress by Erdem with a matching hat by Jane Corbett.
In 2013, Kate Middleton was pregnant with Prince George at Trooping the Colour.
The Duchess of Cambridge had a stunning maternity wardrobe throughout her pregnancy, including this light pink Alexander McQueen coat dress which was wore with a matching Jane Corbett hat.
For 2014's Trooping the Colour, Kate opted for another light blue ensemble.
This time it was a two-piece by Alexander McQueen and a matching hat by Jane Taylor Millinery.
In 2015, the Duchess of Cambridge stepped away from Alexander McQueen, and instead opted to wear a Catherine Walker design.
She accompanied the blue floral coat dress with a John Lock and Company fascinator.
Kate Middleton returned to her favourite designer, Alexander McQueen, for Trooping the Colour in 2016.
She wore the white dress she had worn to Princess Charlotte's christening with a Philip Treacy hat.
For Trooping the Colour 2017, Kate Middleton opted for a more bold look in a pink Alexander McQueen ensemble.
She wore a matching fascinator by Jane Taylor.
Kate Middleton continued the tradition of matching Princess Charlotte in 2018, wearing a pale blue dress.
This look was another design by Alexander McQueen.
For Trooping the Colour in 2019, the Duchess of Cambridge strayed from her usual colours to a light yellow Alexander McQueen coat dress.
She added a matching hat by Philip Treacy for the event.