LADY IN RED: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined members of the royal family for the annual Garter Service at Windsor Castle on Monday. The Order of the Garter ceremony marks the induction of new knights and the renewal of oaths by established ones.

She was dressed in a Catherine Walker red coat — the same one she wore to the Calgary Zoo in 2011 — and a Lock & Co. hat.

It’s been a busy time for the Windsor clan, who spent the past three days celebrating Queen Elizabeth’s 90th birthday.

On Sunday, typically wet English summer weather greeted the queen and her well-wishers during the big picnic on The Mall, which capped the celebrations for the 90-year-old monarch. She and the Duke of Edinburgh were driven through The Mall and waved to the crowds while the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined Prince Harry and met with guests and members of the public outside of Buckingham Palace.

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