Slaying the royal style game as usual!
For the Thanksgiving service at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London, the 34-year-old mother of Prince George and Princess Charlotte looked enchanting in a custom-made pastel-blue coat dress from one of her favourite designers, Catherine Walker. The frock featured intricate embroidered details and white lace that matched perfectly with her charming cream cocktail fascinator from Jane Taylor.
Kate attended SportsAid’s 40th Anniversary dinner on Thursday evening where she looked like a total knockout in royal blue cut-out gown designed by Roland Mouret.
The form-fitting, floor-length frock, which featured elegant shoulder cut-outs, an angled neckline and an exposed back zipper, was worn beautifully by the Duchess and went perfectly with her loose curls and $56,500 Cartier Diamond ‘Trinity de Cartier’ earrings in 18-karat gold.
Yesterday Kate was thrifty in a cream Alexander McQueen coat dress she first wore at Charlotte’s christening, but today she wore a much brighter piece for the celebrations.
Stepping out to greet guests, the Duchess showed off a new addition to her wardrobe in the form of this colour block pencil dress. The piece had a fabulous sporty feel to it with the help of the striped side panel but the sleeves, modest length and pencil design ensured it retained its elegance.
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