Kate Middleton stepped out looking every bit her glamorous self at the Trooping the Colour ceremony.
Celebrating the Queen’s Birthday at the annual event, all eyes were firmly fixed on the Duchess of Cambridge, who looked relaxed and happy sharing a joke on the Buckingham Palace balcony with her husband Prince William and brother-in-law, Prince Harry.
Never one to dissapoint in the style stakes, Kate chose a striking icy-blue dress coat by her favourite designer, Alexander Mcqueen. A perfect choice for the unpredictable weather, the two-tone, grey-blue design looked elegant and spring-like, while the nipped in waist and delicate silver bead detail kept her look both fresh and flattering.
Kate paired her stunning dress with a bespoke hat by celebrity milliner, Jane Taylor. A much-loved style of the Duchess, Kate wore her hat – complete with delicate embroidered blooms – to one side, allowing her signature bouncy blow-dry to tumble loosely over her shoulders.
Finishing the look with a stylish pair of pearl-drop Annoushka earrings and a satin McQueen clutch, Kate Middleton firmly remains our all-time favourite style crush.
We can’t wait to see what she steps out in next….
By Barbara McMillan
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