Kate Middleton, Princess of Wales, is a true fashion icon.
Fans envy the Princess of Wales for both her outfits and her hairstyles.
A connoisseur shares with TikTok users one of Kate Middleton, Princess of Wales’ hairstyling techniques.

From head to toe, the Princess of Wales is scrutinized. At each appearance in public, Kate Middleton, the wife of Prince William, always displays an irreproachable look. And it’s not just because she knows how to choose and skillfully combine her clothes and accessories. Kate Middleton, 40, is also admired and envied for her impeccable hairstyles. A hairstylist expert in her field has revealed one of Kate Middleton, Princess of Wales’s tricks for keeping your bun perfect come rain or shine. Hairstylist @bekah_and_co revealed on TikTok how the mum of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis keeps her hair in place.

She confidently revealed that Kate Middleton uses a hairnet when she attends royal events, reports express.co.uk in her October 3, 2022 post. “It’s safe to say she uses hairnets for her updos, especially those low buns,” the hairstylist, fan and royal fashion expert revealed. The TikTok user revealed the 40-year-old princess couldn’t help but keep her hair smooth and sleek all day long.

Kate Middleton’s hair: a “nightmare” according to Prince William, Prince of Wales

Kate Middleton, Princess of Wales, is a role model for many fans. One TikTok user commented, “She was my hair inspiration on my wedding day, and I definitely used a hairnet.” While joking, Prince William, Prince of Wales, 40, once revealed that his wife’s hair was a “nightmare”, recalls express.co.uk. Prince William was attending an event for the Centrepoint charity. Chatting with a trainee hairstylist, Prince William joked that Kate Middleton’s hair was “a bit of a problem” because it’s “so long and thick”.

Kate Middleton: her secret for a perfect bun revealed by a connoisseur

Catherine Kate Middleton, Princess of Wales © Julien Burton

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