Future queen of England but already queen of style! Once again, Kate Middleton has shown that you don’t have to break the bank to create a flawless look. This Thursday, December 2, the Duchess of Cambridge was visiting the Victoria and Albert Museum to discover the exhibition dedicated to Fabergé. And for the occasion, the wife of Prince William had bet on a retro style that suited her, as always, wonderfully. Kate Middleton had donned a shirt crafted in georgette, with a tie collar and gathers that create a timeless aesthetic. The cashmere print adored by the Duchess will add a welcome splash of color to any winter wardrobe.
To afford this top, signed Ralph Lauren, you will have to pay 139 pounds, or 163 euros. And like Kate Middleton, you can easily match it with black pants that will give a little modern touch. To conclude her look of the day, Kate Middleton wore her hair delicately tied back in a ponytail and chose a pretty necklace necklaces and a pair of gold earrings. During her visit to the museum, the mother of George, Charlotte and Louis was able to admire Fabergé’s work. And this visit was important for Kate Middleton, Royal Patron of the Victoria and Albert Museum since March 2018. This artistic visit of Kate Middleton took place as she prepares for the Christmas carol service she will be hosting to Westminster Abbey in a few days.
Kate Middleton to celebrate pandemic workers
Its goal ? Celebrate the “incredible work” of the heroes of the pandemic. “The service will look back over the past eighteen months, not only to think about the unprecedented challenges we have all faced as we continue to navigate the Covid-19 pandemic, but also to remember the bright spots: people and organizations who come together in their communities, the little acts of kindness across different demographics and generations, and the unsung heroes who have stepped up to help others, ”the Cambridge explained. Prince William and Kate Middleton will later leave London for a few days to celebrate Christmas with their family.
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