Duchess of Cambridge Fashion Style: The Suites Suits did not make frequent appearances on this trip, with just two recycled looks and one new outfit. The pillar box red Luisa Spagnoli suit made a memorable cricket outfit while the blue boucle Rebecca Taylor separates' biggest test were police dog puppies on the final day of the royals' New Zealand visit. Kate's blush pink McQueen peplum top and skirt were a softer style in Adelaide - although the plunging neckline added an edge. What is Kate's best royal tour suit?
Duchess of Cambridge Fashion Style: Which is Kate's best recycled outfit during Royal Tour? It wasn't just favourite shoes and bags Kate dug out of her wardrobe for the trip, she fished out a few familiar outfits too. There was a second outing for her Luisa Spagnoli suit in Christchurch - previously worn on the day three years ago when she and William paid tribute to victims of the city's devastating 2011 earthquake. New Zealand saw a second repeat in the form of Kate's blue boucle separates by Rebecca Taylor - a Kiwi designer. In Australia there was a second outing for a lemon yellow broderie anglaise day dress - worn on the 2012 tour - and a Stella McCartney dress which also debuted two years ago. And at Uluru Kate brought back her Hobbs sundress for iconic pictures at sunset in fron...
What was Kate Middleton's best royal tour look? Vote for your favourite After 26 outfits and 19 days, Prince William and Kate Middleton's third royal tour is over. The tour had a very different flavour to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's two previous overseas tours, with Prince George very much the centre of attention on the occasions he appeared in public. But all eyes were on Kate's fashion choices as ever. Recycled looks and favourite go-to designers were mixed with new pieces and new names. As the unpacking begins (and we suspect it may take some time) we look back on Kate's outfits from the trip. The coats Kate has always been a big fan of a formal coat, and it was no different on this trip. The arrival was going to be a key focus, and she stepped off the plane in a vibrant re
More than just a Highland fling: Pippa Middleton takes boyfriend Nico Jackson to Scottish country wedding of one of her oldest friends – along with her mother and father Pippa Middleton took boyfriend Nico Jackson to the high-society wedding Two of her oldest friends, Rowena Macrae and Julian Osborne, were tying the knot at the lavish ceremony Her parents, Carole and Michael Middleton were also guests It was a Middleton family outing as Pippa and her parents attended a high society wedding in rural Scotland - and there was even room for boyfriend Nico. Two of Pippa's oldest friends, Rowena Macrae and Julian Osborne, were tying the knot at the lavish ceremony in Perthshire. The Duchess of Cambridge's 30-year-old sister was accompanied by her investment banker boyfriend Nico Jackson,
Images Collections: Romantic Moments of Royal Tour Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Still like newly-weds! As they approach their third anniversary, new parents Kate and William show they are still very much in love on their tour Down Under Body language between Duke and Duchess of Cambridge proves their love Hands-on relationship sends 'strong guarding signals' Couple laugh at each other's jokes, constantly maintain eye contact Kate playfully comforts William after beating him in Auckland yacht races The couple's competitiveness strengthens their bond, says Judi James Their affection for one another has endeared them to public The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have proved their relationship is still very much in the honeymoon period during their tour of New Zealand and Australia. ...
William and Kate 'bowled over' by warm welcome Down Under as Prince George becomes a star WILLIAM and Kate return home today from their triumphant tour Down Under “bowled over” by the warmth of their welcome. George looks reluctant to leave as William and Kate wave goodbye to Australia yesterday[GETTY/SPLASH]The couple, who celebrate their third wedding anniversary on Tuesday, have given the monarchy an enormous boost.And the undoubted star of the show once again yesterday was Prince George.Cradled, gurgling happily, in his mother’s arms, the ninemonth- old Prince charming shook hands with dignitaries as the first of what is destined to be many royal tours came to an end.Dressed in a red cardigan and red and white shorts, the future King was taken around the VIPs and then carried on to
Prince George Gets His First Airbrushed Magazine Cover Courtesy of 'Us Weekly' magazine 8-month old Prince George has been garnering a lot of media attention in the past couple of weeks since he participated in his first royal engagement during a visit to New Zealand andAustralia with his parents Prince William and Kate Middleton. As a result of the media attention he has been getting, a lot of photos of George have been taken and published. This week,Prince George gets his very first Us Weekly magazine cover which comes complete with airbrushing … because, apparently, a beautiful 8-month old baby isn’t perfect enough to appear on the cover of a tabloid magazine without a bit of digital retouching. “The original image used for the Prince George cover was dark and bluish in tone a
Royal tour: Five memorable moments from The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's Australian tour The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's 10-day tour of Australia has drawn to a close, but the young Royal family have left their mark after their first official visit to Australia. Look back at some of the amusing, heart-warming and most memorable images of Prince William, Catherine and Prince George's visit. Sunset at the Red Centre PHOTO: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge pose in front of Uluru on April 22, 2014. (Reuters: Phil Noble) Prince William and Catherine witnessed the sunset at Uluru Kata-Tjuta National Park, recreating a picture taken of William's parents Prince Charles and Diana, Princess of Wales, who visited the Red Centre in 1983. However, the Duke and Duchess did not follow in Charle
From off the rack to couture: the Duchess' tour wardrobe Catherine wears the Roksanda Ilincic 'Ryedale' dress. Photo: Janie Barrett The royal tour featured one duchess, two countries, twenty days and a wardrobe costing more than $53,000. However despite the eye wateringly expensive price tag, Prince William and Catherine's first official tour of New Zealand and Australia has been deemed a rousing sartorial success due to Kate's keen eye for recycled style. Here is a rundown of the most expensive and most thrifty garments from her trip. The haute couture... The Duchess of Cambridge wears Temperley London 'Noa' coat in Canberra. Photo: Reuters Alexander McQueen dress: about $4145 Where she wore it: Blenheim and Wellington, New Zealand For the day time engagements, which included a
New information surfaces explaining how Camilla's brother died This 24 June 2010 photo shows Mark Shand, left, brother of The Duchess of Cornwall showing her an elephant sculpture titled Mr. Cameron as she is escorted around the Elephant Parade exhibition at Chelsea Hospital Gardens. (AP) New York - The Prince of Wales and his wife, Camilla, are "utterly devastated" by the death of her brother, who fell outside a Manhattan hotel bar and suffered a head injury, British royal officials said. Mark Shand, chairman of an elephant conservation group, was in New York for a charity auction at Sotheby's. The New York Police Department said Shand had arrived with a relative at the Rose Bar in the Gramercy Park Hotel at about 01:00 on Wednesday. Shand, 62, went out to smoke a cigarette at about...