Theresa May commemorates Passchendaele


Theresa May marked the centenary of the Battle of Passchendaele this weekend, travelling to Belgium for two days of commemorations.

On Sunday evening, the Prime Minister attended the Last Post Ceremony at Menin Gate before going to a special service in the town of Ypres. May wore a tailored Knotch blazer by Daniel Blake- particularly striking for its navy and speckled blue design. She teamed this with a dress by Amanda Wakeley, hat by Liz Felix and the Divine flats from Russell & Bromley. Her bag was from Amanda Wakeley.

May also met with Belgian officials and relatives of those killed in the battle one hundred years ago.

On Monday, May was present at the commemorations at Tyne Cot Cemetery. May read a passage from Ecclesiasticus 44 (7) 8:14 and laid a wreath on behalf of the United Kingdom.

For this sombre event, May wore the Dsill dress and matching jacket from Escada, a black hat from Liz Felix, the Twister gold block heels from Rusell & Bromley and her Amanda Wakeley bag.

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