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Kate Middleton served another dose of professional attire when she attended the unveiling of the National Windrash Monument in London on Wednesday, June 2022. The Duchess of Cambridge once again wore a go-to ensemble for the occasion, arriving at Waterloo Station in a sleek white pantsuit consisting of a single-breasted blazer and high-waisted trousers made by Alexander McQueen. She double-layered a white tank top in a neutral theme and finished with a mulberry amberly crossbody bag and pointed leather pump in the same shade. The royal family last wore the elegant suit during her trip to Jamaica in March, when she posed for pictures at Shortwood Teachers College.
However, her sculptural earrings, a pair of gold pendants made behind the roof of the auditorium of the main stage of the Royal Opera House, stood out as the real star of the pair. Made in London-based design studio Chalk, the jewelry is reminiscent of the look of the late Princess Diana. In fact, the accessory to the Princess of Wales heart drop earrings during a polo match with Queen Elizabeth II in May 1987 is similar in sophistication and style.
This sensitive mention is not surprising, given how many times Middleton has paid homage to her late mother-in-law through fashion. Most recently, the pink Alexander McQueen suit she wore to a roundtable discussion with government officials in London reflected what Diana wore during a visit to Northampton, UK in June 1989.
Like her mother-in-law, Middleton is passionate about royal designer suits and white. Just two weeks ago, during The Duchess of Cambridge Trooping the Color, another Alexander McQueen look was styled to start the Queen Elizabeth II’s birthday parade, this time in a double-breasted blazer-style outfit.
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