Kate Middleton ravishing in red designer cape with statement bow as she and William arrive at Horse Guards Parade

The Princess of Wales turned heads on Tuesday, 21 November as she sported an all-red ensemble at Horse Guards Parade complete with a statement hat.

Kate, 41, attended a ceremonial welcome for The President and the First Lady of the Republic of Korea in London on Tuesday. King Charles is hosting Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol and his wife Kim Keon Hee on a state visit from 21 until 23 November.

All eyes were on the mum-of-three as she modelled a chic £3,000 red cape coat by Catherine Walker, complete with an oversized bow, and a matching statement hat by Jane Taylor.

Kate finished off her look with a pair of Gianvito Rossi red shoes and a red dress, along with a pair sapphire and diamond oval drop earrings, which previously belonged to her late mother-in-law Princess Diana.

She wore her brunette locks in a sleek low bun with a glowy make-up look, including light pink lipstick and bright blusher.

Kate was joined by her husband Prince William, 41, at the engagement, with the pair travelling with The President and the First Lady of the Republic of Korea to the ceremonial welcome at Horse Guards Parade, where they were greeted by King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla.

Charles, 75, and Camilla, 76, stood on the royal pavilion and greeted Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, Foreign Secretary Lord David Cameron, Home Secretary James Cleverly and the Defence Chief of Staff.

A royal salute amid traditional pomp and pageantry was given by a guard of honour, formed by F Company Scots Guards, with King Charles and President Yoon inspecting the troops.

The Prince and Princess of Wales, the King and Queen and their guests then travelled in a carriage procession down The Mall to Buckingham Palace. The group arrived to the sound of South Korean and British national anthems.

A private lunch was then held at the Palace for the group followed by a visit to the Picture Gallery to see Royal Collection exhibits.

It marks King Charles' first incoming state visit since his Coronation in May and his second incoming state visited during his reign.

The ceremonial welcome at Horse Guards Parade for President Yoon Suk Yeol and his wife Kim Keon Hee took weeks of preparation. Over 1,000 soldiers gathered for the official occasion, as well as 230 horses, seven military bands and nine military units.

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