Kate Middleton has dazzled at the last of the traditional garden parties to be held this year in Buckingham
Kate Middleton has once again become the perfect replacement for Queen Elizabeth II. Along with Prince William, the Duchess of Cambridge has served as the perfect host for the last of the traditional garden parties to be held in 2022 at Buckingham Palace.
As the British royal house has already announced, Queen Elizabeth II has missed all the Garden Parties, but in the last one, she has had a high-level representation: Kate Middleton and Prince William, who have also been joined by the Earls of Wessex.
An occasion in which Kate Middleton has shone with her own light thanks to an aquamarine dress that is not new to her wardrobe, but which she premiered to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the investiture of the Prince of Wales, a title that Prince Charles received from hands of his mother on July 1, 1969 at Caernarfon Castle.
It’s a flowy design in mint green with a pleated skirt, puff sleeves and a tailored button-up bodice. Moreover, to this day the designer who has signed it continues to be a true mystery for the followers of the Duchess of Cambridge. Something that is not at all common in Kensington Palace and that is reminiscent of other garments that Queen Letizia also has in her wardrobe made by Zarzuela dressmakers.
The Duchess has combined it with pumps and a handbag of the same colour. In addition, Prince William’s wife has worn her wavy hair and a headdress of the same tone, curved and adorned with a large flower.
On a rainy day in London, Kate Middleton has chosen to protect herself from the water with an umbrella that was also mint green, with which she has shown that she leaves nothing to chance in her public appearances.
In the year that these parties have been held at Buckingham Palace again after the coronavirus pandemic, Kate Middleton has appeared in two of them. On the first occasion, the Duchess opted for a spectacular colar-colored ‘lady’ styling that made her the true star of the palace gardens.