Accessorizing a chic blue dress with Princess Diana’s earrings in London
Duchess Kate wore a gorgeous royal blue dress by Emilia Wickstead and honored her late mother-in-law by wearing Princess Diana’s earrings when she and Prince William stepped out to the launch of the National Emergencies Trust (NET) in London on November 7. The NET is an independent charity that has been set up to provide emergency response to disasters and terror attacks in the UK. Kate Middleton Dresses
The Duchess of Cambridge also wore black heels and carried a matching black clutch. She accessorized with a unique poppy pin in honor of Remembrance Day next week, wore her hair down and blown out in waves, and chose peachy blush, nude lips, and brown eyeliner for her beauty look.
Gorgeous in green for a visit to the Aga Khan Centre
Duchess Kate stepped out to London’s Aga Khan Centre on Oct. 2 wearing a gorgeous green outfit that was a subtle cultural nod ahead of the couple’s trip to Pakistan later this month. The Duchess of Cambridge arrived at the centre with Prince William; she chose a beautiful teal and emerald maxi dress, which she paired with earrings byZeen, a designer from Pakistan. Her feet were clad in emerald pumps, and she wore her hair down, showing off her recent chestnut highlights. There are two reasons Kate was wearing so much green! The colour is important in Islam, and is associated with paradise in the Qur’an. Green is also one of the colours on Pakistan’s flag.
Gorgeous new Emilia Wickstead dress for a day out with the kids
The Duchess of Cambridge arrived at the launch of her latest Back to Nature garden in Woking, England on Sept. 10 wearing a beautiful dress that was perfectly suited for the occasion! The gorgeous baby blue Emilia Wickstead seersucker dress featured pink roses all over it, which was ideal for a day out among flowers and plants! The look, which has a collar, long sleeves and cinched waist, comes in $2,650 and is unsurprisingly... already sold out. Kate also wore her beloved espadrilled wedges on her feet for the day, and kept her hair down for the event.
Michael Kors dress for Princess Charlotte’s first day of school
Duchess Kate looked radiant in a Michael Kors dress as she arrived to drop her two children off for Princess Charlotte’s first day of school on Sept. 5. The mom of three chose the label’s Carnation dress for the event, which she paired with a black belt and high heels. She wore her hair down and also had a huge smile as she held her daughter’s hand. Charlotte couldn’t hide her happiness as she and Kate were joined by big brother Prince George and dad Prince William for Charlotte’s start at Thomas’s Battersea. George has been a student there since 2017. The four-year-old princess was decked out in the school’s uniform, wearing a skirt, red and blue cardigan and blouse underneath and dress shoes. Kate beamed as her little girl was introduced to Helen Haslam, head of the lower school, and looked incredibly proud of her two children. The duchess was not able to drop George off for his first day at Thomas’s Battersea in 2017 because she was suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum, a severe form of morning sickness, while she was pregnant with Prince Louis. Today marks Kate and William’s return to work after a summer break that included a trip to Mustique to celebrate George’s sixth birthday and a visit to Balmoral to spend time with the Queen and Prince Philip. The couple took a brief break from their holidays to take part in the inaugural King’s Cup regatta, at which cheeky Charlotte made royal watchers chuckle as she stuck her tongue out at grandpa Michael Middleton as she spotted him in a crowd!
In a Parisian chic midi dress
At the Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival—where the RHS Back To Nature Garden that the Duchess of Cambridge co-designed is now on display—Kate Middleton sported a funky green print midi dress from Paris-based Sandro and the Castañer espadrille wedges she wore at the Chelsea Flower Show. She wore her hair down and topped off the outfit with Accessorize drop earrings (that only cost 8 pounds!).