While her sister-in-law, Meghan Markle, is making waves with her wardrobe of local designers, closer to home, the Duchess of Cambridge is preparing a quiet fashion storm. Kate Middleton joined Prince William, Prince Charles and Her Majesty today for a state dinner at Buckingham Palace to welcome King Willem-Alexander and the High Queen of the Netherlands. The Sarah Burton dress for McQueen that she chose for the occasion was a total show, similar to the silhouette of a classic Disney princess dress.
With her tight and tight bodice, McQueen's brilliant silver number was certainly unexpected for the Duchess, marking a new and exciting direction for her personal style. The effect was particularly resplendent when combined with the jewels she wore, all borrowed by the Queen: the tiara of the Knot of the Lover, which Middleton previously used at the state dinner when members of British royalty were the hosts of Spanish royalty and the wedding of Queen Alexandra. necklace. The piece pearl and diamond style was created for the first time in 1860 by Garrard and has been used by both Queen Elizabeth II and her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, the queen mother. Made of glass instead of ivory, the brooch of the Royal Family Order of Middleton was a nice finishing touch.
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