Kate spotted at the dress rehearsal of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding

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Yesterday, Kate was spotted in Windsor on the way to the dress rehearsal of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding. This was the first time we have seen the Duchess since the birth of Prince Louis. She was pictured alongside Prince William who made the short 30 minute car drive from their home at Kensington Palace to Windsor castle.

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They followed behind Harry and Meghan who rode in the back of a car just ahead.
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She looked polished but casual in a Michael Kors Carnation Georgette Shirt dress (£215). The breezy, midi-length frock  featured a ditsy floral print in pink, white and purple flowers.

Additional dress details:

• 100% Polyester
• Lining: 100% Polyester
• Button Fastening
• Machine Wash
• Imported

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The Duchess opted for a pair of pair of chic Givenchy SGV 767 09X5 sunglasses (£159) to complete her look. Her brunette locks were styled to perfection.

We don’t anticipate seeing Kate return to official duties until the fall. She is still on her official maternity leave which began at the end of March.

 

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On Tuesday afternoon (May 15, 2018), The Duchess of Cambridge was photographed taking a walk in Kensington Park Gardens with baby Prince Louis (in his stroller), Princess Charlotte alongside her, her nanny, Maria Borrallo, and three protection officers.

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Kate wore the ‘Pink Fuchsia Knot Front Maternity Dress’ by Seraphine ($89). The dress features a flattering empire line cut, cap sleeves, a deep v-neckline that pulls aside for breastfeeding and knot front detail. It is available in all sizes and in a variety of colors.

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Completing her outfit, she wore her white Superga ‘2750 Trainers’ (£49.99) and her Givenchy SGV 767 09X5 sunglasses (£159).

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Kate Spotted Shopping at Seraphine

Photo courtesy of Royal Baby Watch @HRHBabyWatch
 

On April 3, 2015 Kate was spotted shopping at Seraphine in London.

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She wore her Seraphine Marina coat and her Stuart Weitzman black, thick black tights, and her suede Zipkin boots.

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Last week two photos were snapped of Kate and Pippa stuck in traffic. If you look closely, you may even see Prince George in the back seat.

Kate and George Have a Fun Day Out at Snettisham Park

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Last week, Kate and Prince George visited Snettisham Park, which is a working farm and petting zoo in Norfolk.

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The farm is just a short drive from the Duke and Duchesses new Anmer Hall home.

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Kate dressed for the weather in a thick brown, quilted jacket (currently UFO…Barbour has confirmed that it is not theirs), skinny maternity jeans , and her Le Chameau Vierzonord Wellington Boots (£145).
 
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For those curious about what Prince George is wearing, he is sporting the ‘Infant Snuggly Bunny Bunting’ in ‘Collegiate Navy’ by Columbia (on sale at amazon.com for $45.49).
 
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Thanks to HRH George Pieces on FB, we have an ID on Prince George’s hat and boots!
 
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His hat is the Unisex Baby cable knit hat in navy by JoJo Maman Bebe ($24) and his boots are the Unisex Flac in navy/white ($59) by Aigle.
 
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 Additional Details Coming Out About the Arrival of Baby Cambridge #2
 
***Since Prince George was born at the Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s Hospital, this time the Duchess will be given 10% off the pricey fees as part of a loyalty discount to mothers who go back to have a second child.
 
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 ***Prices have increased since George was delivered. A suite of two rooms now costs £6,570 for a one-night stay with normal delivery – £5,913 with Kate’s 10% off – plus consultant fees of around £6,000. Prices will, again, go up again in July.
 
***Last time Kate gave birth 10 and a half hours after being admitted to hospital, but this royal baby is likely to make an appearance even earlier.
 
***It has been 182 years since another Princess of Cambridge was born. The last was King George III’s granddaughter Princess Mary Adelaide of Cambridge who was born in Hanover, Germany in 1833.
 
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Parking Restrictions Put in Place outside Lindo Wing
 
Today, parking restrictions were officially put in place outside the Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s Hospital. This is in preparation for the birth of Baby Cambridge #2 as the world media descend on the west London hospital.
 
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Later this week, positions for photographers, reporters and camera crews will be marked out.
 
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Baby Watch is officially in effect!!! Parking signs have gone up outside the Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s Hospital. They go into effect tomorrow April 15 and run through April 30th. Does this mean Kate is due sooner than we think?
 
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The Yellow signs cite ‘Special Event’ as the reason for the parking restrictions.
 
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The blue and white plaid shirt that Kate wore under her brown quilted jacket at Snettisham Park has been ID’ed! Thanks to @livelovelaughvr on Twitter.
 
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It is the ‘George’ Plaid Maternity Shirt by Topshop and is currently sold out!
 
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Additional Details
 
‘A work wear-inspired plaid shirt cut with an extra-roomy silhouette
Button-flap chest pocket
100% cotton’



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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Kate’s Hair
 
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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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It’s Three Engagements in Kensington for Kate

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Yesterday, Kate undertook a day of engagements in Kensington, London. She made three separate appearances in the borough.

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Her first engagement was to attend a coffee morning at Family Friends Kensington.  This is a voluntary organization providing befriending and mentoring services to families in deprived areas of the borough.

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She got an overview of the charity’s work before joining families at the coffee morning and meeting some of the trained volunteers who work for the organization.

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The Duchesses second engagement was to formally open the Kensington Aldridge Academy. It is a new school for pupils aged 11 to 18.

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She met with governors, staff and students before touring the new building and watching part of a lesson. Kate then watched a dance performance in the school’s theatre and unveiled a plaque before visiting the school’s Creates Hub for young entrepreneurs.

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Lastly, Kate formally opened the £29.4 million Kensington Leisure Centre. She toured the facilities and watched groups of children from nearby primary schools playing various sports in the Main Sports Hall.

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Her visit concluded with a reception in the dance studio with speeches and the unveiling of a plaque.

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The Duchess of Cambridge looked elegant in a baby blue cashmere coat by the high street maternity label Séraphine. It’s a brand she’s worn before, both before and after the birth of Prince George.

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The pale blue coat, made in a luxurious cashmere blend, perfectly accents her bump thanks to the clean lines and a sleek straight cut. The collarless style is accented with faux-pockets and iridescent mother of pearl buttons. It is from the designers SS15 collection.

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The Natasha Pale Blue coat (£195) sold out within minutes on the Séraphine website. However, it also comes in Navy (£149) and is available from www.seraphine.com

Additional Details

‘Luxurious cashmere blend
Mother of pearl buttons
Stylish faux pockets
Made in a luxurious cashmere blend with clean lines and a sleek straight cut,
The understated collarless style is finished with smart faux-pockets and iridescent mother of pearl buttons.
10% CASHMERE, 70% WOOL, 20% POLYAMIDE
Specialist dry clean only’

 
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Underneath her luxe Séraphine coat, Kate is wearing the ‘Florrie’ floral print dress (Spring Summer 2015 collection) also from the award-winning label. It is available to preorder on February 1 for £99.

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Additional Details

‘This dress is part of the SS15 LUXE Collection
Digitally printed crepe de Chine
Curved empire line
Stylish cropped sleeves
Seraphine’s Florrie floral print dress offers a new approach to florals this season, in stunning marine ocean shades.
This elegant maternity dress drapes beautifully to finish just above the knee, allowing plenty of movement and a flexible fit for before, during and after pregnancy.
Featuring a feminine curved empire line to define your waist, the Seraphine Florrie dress is a trans-seasonal style’
 
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On the accessories front, the Duchess wore her bespoke blue suede Alexander McQueen heels, carried her matching blue suede ‘Muse’ clutch from Stuart Weitzman for Russell and Bromley, and wore her Green Amethyst Cushion Cut Diamond Drop earrings from Kiki McDonough (£1,300 and currently out of stock).

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William & Kate Celebrate British Talent in New York at Creativity is GREAT Reception

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On Tuesday afternoon, William and Kate continued their whirlwind tour of New York. They attended the Creativity is GREAT reception at NeueHouse in Gramercy, Manhattan to celebrate British talent in New York.

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The event focuses on the wealth of British talent in the film, fashion, music & art industries based in New York. It was held in association with the UK Government’s GREAT campaign, which aims to promote the UK internationally as a place to visit, study and do business.

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The couple chatted with guests including actor Sir Patrick Stewart, Glenda Bailey, editor-in-chief of Harper’s Bazaar, Amanda berry, chief executive of Bafta, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, media mogul Harvey Weinstein, and his Marchesa designer wife Georgina Chapman, and author Imogen Lloyd-Webber, daughter of the musicals composer Lord Lloyd-Webber.

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Then, they sat down to a luncheon which featured a selection of UK favorites.

For the second time on this trip, The Duchess of Cambridge, wore dress by maternity label Seraphine. Today, she chose the simple black turtleneck ‘Vanessa’ dress. The frock retails for an affordable $99 but notes that ‘due to extremely high demand, orders placed now will be dispatched during the second week of January.’

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Additional Details:

‘Made in a luxurious Ponte Roma fabric, the dress drapes beautifully in a graceful A-line cut. 
The turtleneck style and full length sleeves make this the perfect layering piece for sophisticated transitional style.
Featuring a curved empire line that defines your waist – the Seraphine Vanessa dress is a timeless wardrobe staple.’
 
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Completing her ensemble, Kate accessorized with her towering Episode ‘Angel’ pumps, thick tights, held her suede Mulberry ‘Bayswater’ clutch, her green amethyst and diamond cushion drop earrings by Kiki McDonough, and her Cartier Trinity necklace.
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Kate’s shiny tresses were pulled back into a sleek ponytail wrapped with a small piece of hair that is discreetly pinned in place, a trick that adds polish.
 
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The Cambridge’s Pay a Sombre Visit to the 9/11 Memorial & Make a Quick Stop at a Joint Inner City Youth Program

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Day three began with a somber visit to the 9/11 Memorial in New York. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge paid their respects to victims of the terrorist attacks.

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The royal couple arrived at the World Trade Center site in lashing rain. William held an umbrella while Kate sheltered underneath.

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They were told about the building of the memorial, which features two reflecting pools covering the exact footprint of the two towers that were brought down by terrorists in 2001.

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The Duchess of Cambridge placed a bouquet of white roses – the State flower of New York – at the spot where the names of the 40 passengers and crew of United Flight 93 crashed in Pennsylvania on 9/11, are inscribed. Royal aides said the location was chosen by the New York Port Authority, which owns the site.

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The victims of 9/11 included 67 Britons, whose names are among those carved into the bronze around the reflecting pools.

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A handwritten message on the flowers said: “In sorrowful memory of those who died on 11th September, and in admiration of the courage shown to rebuild.” Each had signed their names – William and Catherine – underneath the message.

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Then they were briefly taken inside the museum (One World Trade Center, previously known as the Freedom Tower), where they wrote their electronic signatures next to a twisted piece of steel recovered from the wreckage of the twin towers.

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Up next, the two headed to an engagement where they met with teenagers from two outreach programs that provides services to inner city kids – the Door and the City Kids Foundation.

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William and Kate toured the project before watching a show that included original songs, dance and theater pieces from 28 performers.

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Next, they sat down for a private meeting with eight young people from the foundations to learn more about their experiences growing up in New York City.

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Once again, the Duchess flew the flag for British fashion and wore a double breasted cerise coat with black horn buttons by Mulberry over a black Seraphine maternity dress. The wool-silk double crepe coat retailed for a pricey $2,600 but went on sale for $1,300 (it is currently sold out in all sizes). It was part of the brands autumn/winter 2014 collection.
 
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Completing her look, the Kate wore her towering Episode ‘Angel’ pumps, thick tights, held her suede Mulberry ‘Bayswater’ clutch, her Cornelia James Imogen merino wool gloves with side bow, and her green amethyst and diamond cushion drop earrings by Kiki McDonough.
 
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They’re Here! William & Kate Arrive in New York

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William and Kate have arrived in New York!

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Yesterday, the Royal Couple touched down at JFK airport on a first class British Airways scheduled flight from London’s Heathrow. They were met by US Chief of Protocol Peter Selfridge, the Queen’s ambassador to the US Sir Peter Westmacott, his wife Susie, and Consul General Danny Lopez.

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From the airport, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were whisked into the city where they were greeted by cheering crowds at the Carlyle Hotel in Manhattan’s affluent Upper East Side.

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Fans waited in freezing temperatures to catch a glimpse and welcome the couple for their three day whirlwind royal tour.

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Even the City of New York paid the Duke and Duchess the ultimate compliment by lighting the Empire State Building red, white and blue to greet them.

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William and Kate were welcomed to the Carlyle Hotel by the Carlyle Managing Director Giovanni Beretta. They briefly posed for photographers before being taken to their room – a suite with stunning views of Central Park.

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The building’s official Twitter account posted: “We welcome Their #Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge by sparkling in red, white @ blue #royalvisitusa.”

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The hotel will be the couple’s base until they fly back to the UK immediately after their last engagement on Tuesday night.

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The Duchess of Cambridge wrapped up in a glamorous, bespoke maroon coat from British maternity brand Seraphine. The custom boucle ‘Marina’ coat features a flattering empire line. This is the first time she has been seen wearing a high street pregnancy label during her second pregnancy.

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Completing her outfit, Kate wore opaque black tights, a pair of black suede booties (not yet ID’ed), her black suede Stuart Weitzman ‘Muse’ clutch, her black Cornelia James wool gloves with side bow and her gorgeous diamond drop earrings.

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Where are Wills & Kate Staying in New York?
 
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William and Kate have added their names to The Carlyle Hotel’s prestigious visitor book as they have made it their home away from home for the next three days.
 
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The plush 1930’s New York hotel has been welcoming the world’s power players for decades, including John.F. Kennedy, his wife Jackie, reams of kings and queens from Denmark, Greece, Spain and Sweden and even William’s late mother, Diana, Princess of Wales.
 
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The 35-storey building was named in honor of British essayist Thomas Carlyle, and has been a landmark for decades. It features 188 rooms and suites with sweeping views of Central Park and New York.
 
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Rates range from $675 (£431) per night for two people in a modest Superior Room with 400sq. ft. of space to $15,000 (£9,580) per night for a stay in the Empire Suite, a spacious three-bedroom duplex with 2,600 sq. ft. of living space and a private art collection.
 
Update on Kate’s UFO shoes
 
 
The current consensus on Twitter is that Kate could possibly have shopped her closet for her black suede booties. A photo popped up from as far back as December 2009 wearing a pair of similar booties. They were not ID’ed at the time so stay tuned for updates!
 
 Update 12/10/2014
 
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Seraphine Maternity has posted some additional details and pictures of their Marina Maternity Coat (£275.00).
 
 
It looks as though the coat was available for purchase at their stores and online. It was not custom as once thought. It is listed as sold out.
 
Description:
Wool tweed bouclé with a touch of sparkle.
Long-line cut Frayed trim & black velvet ribbon detailing
Defined empire line
 
Designed in Séraphine’s London based studio, the MARINA maternity coat is made in a luxurious wool tweed bouclé.
Subtle silver threads add a touch of sparkle to the rich purple hue.
The long-line silhouette is accented with a delicate frayed trim and finished with black velvet ribbon. By maternity clothes label Séraphine, this collarless style finishes above the knee and features a flattering defined empire waistline.
55% Wool 30% Polyester 10% Rayon 3% Nylon 2% Poly Metal’
 
Update 12/13/2014
 
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There may be a possible ID on Kate’s booties (thanks to a follower on WKW). They could possibly be the ‘Namora D – BLACK’ Plain Platform Shoe Boot by Dune London. These booties originally retailed for $195 but went on sale for $62. They are currently sold out and there is no word if they will be restocked.
 
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Additional Details:
 
Suede with low visible platform and slim heel.
Code: 0091220
Brand: DUNE LADIES
Lining Material: fabric
Sole Material: synthetic

Heel Height: 4.33″
Heel Shape: stiletto
Boot Height: ankle

 
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