Kate Middleton: this very flashy and affordable piece of jewelry that she wore wonderfully at Wembley

An iconic color to support the Three Lions. On July 11, Kate Middleton was seen in the stands at Wembley with Prince William and their eldest son George, while they attended the Euro 2020 final between Italy and England. A competition which ended in the victory of the Italians, leaving the Windsor disappointed, like many British supporters. But despite the defeat, the Duchess of Cambridge made a strong impression, especially for her outfit, and more particularly, her earrings.

Dressed in black pants and a white Zara blazer, worn over an immaculate t-shirt, Kate Middleton appeared sober, with large red earrings dangling to her ears. Imposing jewelry, and far from the adornments she usually wears, since they had a fancy aspect with their small pearls and their teardrop shape. A creation by the London brand Blaiz, which according to the Daily Mail sells for 65 pounds, or around 73 euros, and which is still available on the brand’s website, before probably ending up out of stock soon.

Kate Middleton’s hug to her son George

Indeed, it is not uncommon for each of her outings, Kate Middleton causes a “Kate effect” when she wears a creation, which once seen on the Duchess does not take long to be out of stock. And those earrings might not be an exception, as Prince William’s wife made a strong impression during this final, where she exchanged an adorable hug with her son George after England’s first goal. Because despite her casual clothes, the Duchess of Cambridge has measured every detail of her look, including these red earrings and her white blazer, in the colors of the English team.

Prince William and Kate Middleton © Image Sport

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