Kate Middleton continues her stylistic flawlessness! For her first official trip abroad since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, the Duchess of Cambridge has filled her suitcase with colorful and symbolic outfits. After dazzling in a wedding dress, in an emerald and turquoise outfit, Prince William’s wife caused a sensation in the Bahamas, this Friday, March 25. At the Baha Mar Resort, on the white sandy beaches of Cable Beach in Nassau, Kate Middleton had bet on a long sky blue silk dress that gave her a little Cinderella side. For once, this creation by Phillipa Lepley, with a V-neckline that highlighted her shoulders, recalled the flag of the country in which she was.
Known for her wedding dresses, Phillipa Lepley has dressed the Duchess several times in recent years. If we do not know the exact price of the dress, the pieces of this designer generally start at 6,000 pounds (7,200 euros) and are only sold in her shop located in Fulham. The dress worn by Kate Middleton for this evening in the Bahamas, the Vienna Crossover, is made from a single piece of satin, molded over a bodice in a flattering wrap style. For her evening accessories, the Duchess of Cambridge opted for a perfectly matching Lulu Guinness box clutch, Gianvito Rossi heels and mother-of-pearl jewelry from Van Cleef & Arpels, including an 8,050-pound necklace (more than 9,600 euros) and earrings at 5,050 pounds (more than 6,000 euros).
Kate Middleton “hopes to return with” her children
Hosted by the Governor General of the Bahamas, Sir Cornelius Alvin Smith, the party gave the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge the opportunity to meet community leaders and personalities from the many islands. On site, Kate Middleton was delighted with the commitments of this tour. “She told us how much she enjoyed seeing all the kids at school. She hopes to come back one day with her own,” Charlene Pick, who was at the reception with her husband, said, according to People. During the day, Prince William and Kate Middleton visited a local school in Nassau, met healthcare workers working on the frontlines of the pandemic, attended a lively Junkanoo street festival and competed in a sailing competition in Montague Bay. The Cambridge journey is nearing its end.
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