Fans around the world are constantly looking to Duchess Kate as a fashion icon. The royal mother of three always stuns in her simple yet elegant gowns.
This week, Kate Middleton took her style up a notch with a brighter color than she usually goes for. During the Tusk Conservation Awards in London, Duchess Kate wore one of her favorite gowns that she has worn before- and it was a bold color!
For the special event, the mother of three re-wore a teal Jenny Packham maxi dress. The dress was covered in lace and beautiful details, and caught the attention of everyone at the event!
Kate had previously worn the dress in 2012 at an Olympics gala concert at Royal Albert Hall. Now, six years later and after giving birth to three children, Kate has brought back out the statement gown!
The Duchess opted to wear similar accessories with the gown as she had in 2012. She wore a teal clutch and simple silver jewelry.
The Tusk Conservation Awards were focused on people who have “accomplished extraordinary work with Africa’s wildlife,” according to Harper’s Bazaar.
Prince William said, “It is vital that we recognize the dedication of these unsung heroes and the bravery of rangers risking their lives, day and night, on conservation’s frontline.”
This was one of Duchess Kate's first fancy appearances since completing her maternity leave.
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