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Kate Middleton: know her style evolution

 

The label has changed the daily life of Kate Middleton. The exposure does not erase the spontaneity that the princess has accustomed us, having become the most popular princess of today. Know her style evolution!

SEPTEMBER 29 2011 – The Duchess of Cambridge wore an autumn/winter 2010-11 Amanda Wakeley dress to visit The Royal Marsden Hospital in London with husband William.  With some uncertainty, it is denoted a complicity between them.

NOVEMBER 13 2011 – The Duchess of Cambridge at her first Remembrance Sunday ceremony in a Jane Corbett hat and Diane Von Furstenberg coat.

JANUARY 08 2012 – The Duchess attended the War Horse premiere with husband Prince William, who chivalrously carried an umbrella to keep her dry. Aren’t they gorgeous?

FEBRUARY 9 2012 – The Duchess made her first official solo appearance at the opening of The National Portrait Gallery’s Lucian Freud exhibition, wearing a Jesire tweed coat dress and Jimmy Choo black suede heels. The delicacy that she emanates already showed some confidence in public.

MARCH 14 2012 – In an Orla Kiely grey pleated dress for a trip to the Dulwich Picture Gallery, where the Prince of Wales introduced Catherine to the work of The Prince’s Foundation for Children and The Arts. A seemingly simple dress highlights the natural beauty of the princess… Her smile is her greatest weapon! Comfy at this stage!

MARCH 19 2012 For her first public speech – at The Treehouse children’s hospice in Ipswich – she wore a Reiss royal blue dress. The dress has previously been seen on the Duchess’ mother Carole, who wore it to Ascot in 2010. The sobriety of beauty and style are already a trademark.

A Delightfull princess, don’t you agree?

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