Prince William’s wife opted for pastel colors and a simple cut, without unnecessary decor, from which her image only benefited.
The 40-year-old Duchess of Cambridge Catherine visited with her husband, Prince William, the Fitzwilliam Museum of the University of Cambridge, demonstrating in public another perfect ensemble for crisp summer days.
Kate Middleton wore a printed midi dress in a colorful red, cream and mid-blue color palette from brand LK Bennett with short billowing sleeves and a simple crew neckline. Previously, she had already appeared in it at a dinner in one of the London restaurants.
The Duchess paired the dress with a matching blue long coat, tone-on-tone suede high-heeled pumps and a clutch. From jewelry, she chose elegant pendant earrings with diamonds.
The future queen left her hair loose and curled in curls, and for her makeup, the makeup artist used skin tone, dark eyeliner, mascara, pink blush and a natural lip tone.
Prince William arrived at the museum in a navy blue suit and blue shirt.
The couple visited the university to see their painted portrait, which was shown to the public for the first time. The piece was commissioned in 2021 by the Cambridgeshire Royal Portrait Trust, owned by the Cambridge Public Trust, as a gift to Cambridgeshire. The work was painted by award-winning portrait artist Jamie Koret.
Previously, we talked about Kate chose a snow-white blazer to celebrate Windrush Day and visit Brixton House The £1,370 Alexander McQueen she already wore in Jamaica on the couple’s recent Caribbean tour, pairing it with £590 crepe skinny trousers and a small white Amberley shoulder bag Mulberry. The Duchess completed the look with a pair of original £70 Chalk earrings and white stiletto heels.
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