Kate Shops Her Closet for Harry & Meghan’s Wedding

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Yesterday, the Duchess of Cambridge attended the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. She arrived just ahead of the bride, with the adorable bridesmaids and pageboys, helping to usher and coax them into position.

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During the ceremony, she took her seat alongside Prince Charles and Camilla, watching as Prince William took his place next to the groom.

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Kate shopped her closet and wore her ivory Alexander McQueen coat dress which was first seen at the christening of Princess Charlotte back in July 2015. The bespoke knee-length, designer piece featured structured shoulders, wide lapels, a fitted waist, and a flared skirt.

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Adding to her ensemble, the Duchess wore a new, oversized Philip Treacy hat (only ID’d as OC 458 by the designer) and a pair of Jimmy Choo ‘Romy 100’ patent leather pumps ($650).

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The Duchess of Cambridge added new pieces of jewelry to her wardrobe! She wore a new pair of Lemon Quartz Pear and Oval Drop Earrings from the Kiki McDonough Classics Collection (£3,750) and showed off a new ring on her right hand (could possibly be citrine or lemon quartz to match her earrings – pictures are not clear enough. I have messaged Kiki McDonough to see if it is one of their pieces). This may have been a gift from Prince William after the birth of their third child, Prince Louis.

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In closing, I leave you with these adorable snaps of Princess Charlotte.

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Update 5/21/2018

I have confirmed with Kiki McDonough that Kate was not wearing one of their baubles on her finger at the wedding.

What Kate Wore on FB has shared a collage of older pictures of the Duchess wearing the citrine ring on prior occasions. If the designer is ID’d, I will be sure to update, for now it is UFO.

There is now also discussion that Kate’s dress is, in fact, new. Thanks to MF Stylist Perth (@PerthsFashion on Twitter) we have some evidence to prove this.

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Also, in the official photos released from The Royal Family on FB, Kate’s dress seems to have a yellowish tinge in comparison to Charlotte’s white dress.

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We have also been alerted to the fact that Meghan gave six of her best friends and the Duchess of Cambridge a touching gift to remember her big day after they supported her through the nuptials.

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The new Duchess of Sussex, commissioned California-based jeweler Lisette Polny, founder of Zofia Day, to make the bespoke Solid Gold Disc Bracelet as a memento for her loved ones.

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Meghan herself approved the design for the delicate yellow gold trinket, appropriately titled The Kensington Bracelet, which is now available to buy for $450. The bracelet is also available in white and rose gold.

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Length 6.5” with adjustable rings to smaller size

Update 5/28/2018

I found some clearer pictures of Kate’s ring courtesy of Elle Magazine.

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Join Me in Welcoming a New People’s Princess – Part 2 (Kate Leaves the Hospital with the New Princess)

 
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At 6:12pm, only 10 hours after giving birth, William and Kate emerged from St. Mary’s Hospital to introduce their new baby princess to the world.

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The Duke and Duchess stood on the steps outside the Lindo Wing looking out at the press and hundreds of onlookers who had been waiting to catch a glimpse of their new addition.

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Kate remarked to William, “This is nice. Lots of people out there. Look up there on the top.”

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Waving to the crowd, the Duchess said, “Hello.”
 
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Encouraging Kate to continue waving and showing their new baby to crowds on either side, William asked her: “Do you want to step down…be careful.”
 
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The Duchess looked down adoringly at her daughter, and said to William: “She’s fast asleep.”
 
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Kate said to William: “Do you think she is cold? He replied: “No, she is fine, she is good.”
But the new mother said: “Lets take her inside.”
 
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The royal couple went back inside to put princess in her car seat. They re-emerged holding hands as the Duke carried his sleepy daughter in her car seat.
 
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The Duchess looked perfectly put together and disguised what was left of her baby bump in bespoke silk shift dress with buttercup print by designer Jenny Packham. The knee-length frock features a loose fitting shift silhouette and 3/4 length sleeves. The lemon and white floral print is a motif from Packham’s SS15 collection.
 
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You may recall that she wore a blue polka dot frock by the same designer when she left the hospital with Prince George almost two years ago.
 
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Completing her look, Kate paired her outfit with her nude Jimmy Choo Gilbert heels (£360), seven-denier nude non-slip tights from John Lewis’s Barely There range (£5) and her gold Annoushka diamond and pearl drop earrings (£1,060).
 
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We conclude this blog post with a picture of the beautiful Princess of Cambridge.
 
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Kate Visits Stoke-On-Trent and Smethwick

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On Wednesday, February 18, the Duchess of Cambridge began her day with a visit to the Emma Bridgewater factory in Stoke-on-Trent.

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She toured the factory and saw how the earthenware products were made and decorated by hand using traditional techniques.

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The factory will be in production of a range of mugs in support of the Nook Appeal for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices, of which Kate is patron. All proceeds going to help terminally ill children and their families.

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After the tour, the Duchess chatted with production staff and then joined families from the Donna Louise Children’s Hospice in a ceramic painting workshop.

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Before she left, Kate unveiled a plaque to commemorate the visit in front of assembled staff in the factory courtyard.

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As her visit came to an end, the Duchess was driven to Stanley Park where she got back into the royal helicopter for the short journey to her next engagement in nearby Smethwick in the West Midlands.
 
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Kate’s second engagement of the day was a visit to one of Action for Children’s facility – the Cape Hill Children’s Center.
 
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She got an introduction to the charity and its work in providing early support for vulnerable families across the UK from staff and volunteers.
 
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The Duchess of Cambridge then attended a private roundtable discussion with families who have accessed Action for Children services including the organization’s Sandwell Family Partners program, which is based at the children’s center.
 
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Lastly, she watched and took part in a play session with children and parents who use Cape Hill Children’s Center.
 
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Do you want your own EACH Ladybird 1/2 Pint Mug? They are currently available for pre-order on the Emma Bridgewater website. The mug is priced at £19.95 and for every one sold, £5 will be donated to the Nook appeal.
 
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Kate looked elegant in a dusky blue ‘Gerbera’ wool coat by SportMax (product code: 20170149). The coat was originally priced at $2,490 and is not longer available (from the designers autumn/winter 2014 collection). The knee-length double-faced wool coat features an oversized collar and hidden front closure.
 
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Underneath her luxe SportMax coat, Kate is wearing the ‘Florrie’ floral printed crepe de Chine dress by Séraphine (from the designers Spring/Summer 2015 collection).  The knee-length frock features stylish cropped sleeves, a curved empire line and a full skirt (£99).
 
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Completing her ensemble, the Duchess wore her Jimmy Choo ‘Georgia’ navy suede round toe pumps, carried her ‘Frome’ Suede Clutch in navy from L.K. Bennett, wore her sapphire and diamond earrings, her Ballon Bleu de Cartier wrist watch and her sapphire and diamond engagement ring.
 
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For this visit, Kate changed up her hair. She secured the tresses in a loose knot at the crown of her head with curled ends. There were also some streaks of grey visible, and as she did during her pregnancy with Prince George, the Duchess seems to be avoiding dying her hair.
 
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Kate Pays a Visit to the Ben Ainslie Racing Headquarters

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On Thursday, the Duchess of Cambridge joined Sir Ben Ainslie in Portsmouth on a visit to the site of Ben Ainslie Racing and the 1851 Trust headquarters.

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Kate went to see the progress of the racing headquarters and as Royal Patron of the 1851 Trust, she aimed to inspire and engage young people to take up sailing and work in the marine industry.

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The Duchess also wanted to support Sir Ben bid to win the America’s Cup – something Britain has so far never achieved.

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First on the agenda, Kate made a private visit to the racing team’s current offices in Whiteley, Fareham, Hampshire, to learn about secret technological developments planned for the racing yachts.

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Then, she showed off her creative skills by contributing to the 1851 Mural, an art project on the construction site for Olympic hero Sir Ben Ainslie’s new America’s Cup yacht racing headquarters at the Camber Dock in Old Portsmouth.

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It was created by local street artists James Waterfield, My Dog Sighs and students from six nearby schools. The mural depicts the skyline from Portsmouth to Ryde, Isle of Wight. Artistic Kate added her own detail to the work. She painted five crewmen, including Sir Ben, on to a racing yacht, concentrating on depicting their bottoms hanging out over the side of the boat.

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Next, Kate stopped to take a quick look at the construction site for the new racing headquarters, which is expected to employ up to 100 people. She chatted to construction workers who are working round the clock to get the new center finished in time for Ben to make it his base in May.

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Construction workers at the site presented her with three yellow high visibility vests for herself, 18-month-old Prince George, and the family cocker spaniel Lupo. They were emblazoned with their own individual titles: The Boss, The Future Boss and The Boss’s Best Friend.

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After their morning at the Trust, the Duchess and Sir Ben headed to a reception at the Spinnaker Tower where they met community leaders and local ambassadors. Invitees included teachers and students from City College in Southampton, who are building the two specialist ‘Docking Rib’ boats to help with docking the America’s Cup boats in Portsmouth.

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Kate then saw a display of activities and exhibits on the tower’s viewing platform, which will eventually go on display in the 1851 Trust Visitor Centre and will open in July.

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The Spinnaker Tower is the iconic 170 meter viewing tower overlooking Portsmouth Harbor. It has swiftly become the South coast’s most prominent landmark, with its striking sail design representing the city’s proud naval heritage. It also offers visitors spectacular 350° panoramic views and a different perspective on one of the most fascinating seascapes on earth.

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The Duchess looked flawless in a cream colored Max Mara Studio ‘Villar’ belted wool coat (went on sale for £345, originally £580 and currently sold out). The double-breasted coat features a notched lapel, fitted bodice, full skirt and leather belt.

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Underneath her coat, Kate wore a black loose-fitting boat-print frock from Somerset by Alice Temperley (£99 and available in limited sizes) which showcased the her growing baby bump.

 
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Her nautical-inspired shift dress was patterned with white sailed, red yachts and features a round neckline, elbow length sleeves and a subtly tapered bodice.
 
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Dress Shape: Shift 
Length Information: Mini 
Material: 100% Viscose 
Washing Instructions: Dry clean
 
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Completing her look, the Duchess wore her Jimmy Choo ‘Georgia’ navy suede round toe pumps, carried her Frome Suede Clutch in navy from L.K. Bennett, wore her sapphire and diamond earrings, her Ballon Bleu de Cartier wrist watch and her sapphire and diamond engagement ring.
 
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Princess Eugenie first wore the belted, fit-and-flare coat at Christmas with a fuchsia fascinator, black leather gloves and matching platform pumps, a different (but nonetheless stylish) take from the duchess.


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William & Kate Attend Glamorous 600th Anniversary Appeal Dinner for their Alma Mater

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On the last night in New York City, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were the guests of honour at the lavish $10,000-a-head 600th anniversary event at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art

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They were raising money for St Andrews University in Scotland, where they both met and fell in love as students. Proceeds will fund scholarships and bursaries for under-privileged students, as well as new sports and media facilities.

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The royal couple were met on the museum’s steps by an honor guard of fellow St Andrews alumni dressed in the university’s traditional red gowns and officials wearing kilts. Then they were escorted to a reception in the museum’s Velez Blanco patio, where they mingled with the other 450 guests.

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They later dined in the Temple of Dendur, a vast room decorated with statues of Egyptian gods that was built specifically to house an Egyptian temple built just before the birth of Christ. The sandstone temple was given to the U.S. in its entirety in 1965.

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The dinner featured a guest appearance by the US comedian and chat show host Seth Meyers, who gave the toast. Other guests included Princess Eugenie, Vogue editor Anna Wintour and Mary-Kate Olsen, the actress turned fashion designer who is one half of the Olsen twins, and her partner Olivier Sarkozy, half-brother of the former French president.

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The menu included starters of potato and leek soup, smoked haddock fishcake with crispy leeks and Scotch lamb pie, followed by a main course of mushroom-crusted tenderloin of Angus beef and cedar plank Scottish salmon.

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William, who is patron of the 600th anniversary fundraising campaign, made a speech in which he revealed his fondness for the university where he met his future wife.

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Kate shopped her closet and looked resplendent in her petrol silk, floor-length Jenny Packham gown ($5,655), which she has worn twice before, first at the 100 Women in Hedge Funds dinner in October 2013, and then at the National Portrait Gallery in April. The cut of the dress meant the Duchess’s baby bump was more obvious than at previous engagements, when she had opted for looser maternity wear.

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This time around, the Duchess paired her gown with a set of gorgeous chandelier emerald-and-diamond earrings and a matching bracelet, both of which were a private gift.

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Completing her ensemble, Kate wore her black suede Jimmy Choo Cosmic Platform Pumps, her diamond and sapphire engagement ring, and her hair swept up in an elegant chignon.

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Kate Launches a New Appeal for ‘EACH’

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Yesterday, Kate carried out an official engagement on behalf of East Anglia Children’s Hospices (EACH).

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EACH provides care and support to families with young children who have life-threatening conditions across Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk.

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The Duchess who is a royal patron of the charity, championed its ambitious £10million fundraising appeal to build and equip a new hospice, The Nook, on a five acre plot in Framingham Earl, in Norfolk. It will replace the current one in Quidenham.

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Upon her arrival at the Norfolk Showground, Kate was greeted by children from nearby Queen’s Hill Primary School and then went on to meet staff, volunteers and families who are being supported by the charity.

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Before going inside, the Duchess was presented with a bouquet of flowers by two schoolchildren Cerys Emeerith-Burley, whose brother is a patient with EACH, and her classmate Caitlyn Cheshire-Brazier.

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Once inside, Kate listened to presentations from families who are helped by EACH, alongside 700 other guests, and met young patients including Jack Cottis and his family.

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She was also shown a range of pottery that had been especially designed for the charity by Emma Bridgewater.

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The Duchess wore a bright red custom Katherine Hooker sheath dress (£495). The knee-length ‘Ascot’ dress features three-quarter sleeves and a high neck. The frock is available for purchase online in navy dupion or black wool crepe (£380). For custom orders, contact the designer.

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Kate accessorized with her black, suede Jimmy Choo ‘Aimee’ pumps and her black, suede Stuart Weitzman ‘Muse’ clutch.

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Completing her ensemble, the Duchess wore her green amethyst and diamond cushion drop earrings by Kiki McDonough and her Mappin & Webb Fortune Pendant.

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Her hair was pulled back into an unfussy, bumped up pony tail.

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A Rare Fashion Misstep for The Duchess as she Hosts Place2Be Reception

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Last night, Kate hosted the first annual Wellbeing in Schools Awards for her children’s mental health charity Place2Be at Kensington Palace in the State Apartments next to her private residence.

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She invited 170 school staff, volunteers, pupils and supporters for a reception and awards ceremony. Parents, grandparents and teachers were asked to nominate school leaders, staff, and children for the range of accolades.

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The awards ceremony began at 7pm in the King’s Gallery where The Duchess of Cambridge presented the Child Champion Award to 11-year-old Bailey Dunne, from Highfield Community Primary School in Sunderland. He has overcome his own struggles and gone on to help others.

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Place2Be works with more than 90,000 children in 230 primary and secondary schools, often in some of the most deprived areas of the UK, helping them deal with issues such as bullying, bereavement and family breakdown.

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Kate mixed up black and navy, wearing a Hobbs Invitation Emilia black top with a corset bodice, sheer polka dot underlay and sleeves. The top is a purse friendly £89 – but before you race off to your nearest Hobbs it has long since sold out.

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The Duchess paired it with a midnight blue, knee-length silk skirt from designer Jenny Packham’s Autumn Winter 2013 collection.

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Individually, the pieces are beautiful and items that I would wear, but paired together, they looked mismatched. The black, matt textured crepe of the blouse clashes with the sheen of the silk skirt.

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The separates were tied together with her black Alexander McQueen belt with gold clasp and her black, suede ‘Bayswater’ clutch by Mulberry.

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Completing her outfit, Kate accessorized with her gold Cassandra Goad Temple of Heaven earrings and some classic black ‘Aimee’ Suede ($675) Platform Pumps by Jimmy Choo.

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