One of Kate Middleton's favorite dresses will live forever.
The first joint portrait of the Duke of Cambridge and the Duchess was presented today at a museum in Cambridge, England — And the Duchess is familiar with a twist on historic works of art. I chose the costume of.
In March 2020,was wearing a Guinness warehouseVampire's wife($ 2,217) in a glittering green dress, Middleton is the distance she wraps her arms around Prince William in a gorgeous picture.
She gave the old fit a new look with some glittering accessories, including an important loan from the Queen, who has a special relationship with Cambridge.
Royal blogAccording to Court Jeweler,The brooch fixed to the middleton's dress in the painting is actually called "The Duchess of Cambridge".
Pearl and diamond works date back to the late 1800s and princesses. Prince Adolphus, Augusta of Hesse Kassel, who was married to the Duke of Cambridge at that time. Since then, it has been worn by generations of royal women, including the current Duchess of Cambridge.
She wore Princess Diana's Collingwood pearl drop earrings and a 3-strand pearl bracelet and chose two other important pieces for her portrait. Both were previously worn by Middleton.
The 40-year-old royal family wears the crystal-backedManolo Blahnik pumps($ 995) that Carrie Bradshaw made famous for "Sex and the City," and even more fashion statements. Was announced. Choose a portrait, an emerald shade that matches her shimmering frock.
The work by award-winning artist Jamie Koas is Hang out at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge before moving to other locations, including the National Portrait Gallery in London in 2023.
To see today's special new painting, Middleton re-worn pink, purple and blue patternsL.K. Bennett dress she wore at the 2015 event( $ 540) — Exact colors are no longer sold, but are now available in both blue and peach print versions.
She puts on a light blue coat on her dress, and on that occasion she adds a blue-gray accessory to her favorite Emmy London "Rebecca"heels($ 415) andMatching clutch($ 370).
Duchess and Duchess in the British Children's Hospice Week Today's Cambridge area, including the East Anglia Children's Hospice (EACH) as part of.
The guardian of each royal family, Middleton rolls up her sleeves and wears a floral mask as she engages with her children, participates in painting activities, and talks to the patient's family. I wore it.
See her own paintings with her brush To the point of having it, Middleton has a lot of experience. that day.