Duchess KateGiving is a virtue UsAnother suit moment! The British royal looked radiant wearing a classic white ensemble as she celebrated Windrush Day in London with husband. Prince William.
On Wednesday, June 22, Kate (40) and William (40), unveiled the National Windrush Monument to honor the holiday. The look was finished in monochrome with a white blouse and white pointed toe pumps. Kate paired the look with dangling earrings by Chalk.
After Kate wore a pink Alexander McQueen suit, the all-white moment came after Kate wore a pink suit by Alexander McQueen on July 16. The duchess looked stunning in a pink blazer with tailored pants, as she hosted her first roundtable discussion for her Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood. Kate wore a crisp white shirt underneath her outerwear with sharp paneling. For her feet, she chose blush-colored suede pumps.
McQueen is the preferred label for the duchess. Over the years, McQueen has given her many timeless choices, including her lace-trimmed wedding gown in 2011 and the coat dress she wore to her funeral. Prince Harry Meghan Markle‘s wedding in 2018; and the stunning silk blush number she wore to her younger sister Pippa Middleton‘s wedding in 2017. Kate wore a McQueen outfit to Trooping for the Colour in 2017. Queen Elizabeth II‘s Platinum Jubilee on June 2.
When she’s not wearing looks from McQueen, Kate can often be seen in Alessandra Rich designs. Kate paid tribute to Princess Diana on June 17th by wearing a long-sleeved polka dot dress by Alessandra rich at the 2022 Royal Ascot. The frock, which featured a belt at the waist and buttons at the shoulder, resembles Diana’s 1988 Ascot ensemble.
The mother of three — she shares Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4, with William — often pays tribute to both Diana and Queen Elizabeth II with her fashion choices.
“Many of the things that we see the Duchess of Cambridge doing today are things that she’s learned from the queen,” royal expect Bethan Holt exclusively told Us WeeklyApril. “A lot of Kate’s love of skirts came from the queen. … The new generation [of royals,] they’re very conscious of the queen’s legacy.”