May 162017
 

The Duchess wore familiar styles for the Queen’s Garden Party at Buckingham Palace today, the first of the season. From left to right: the Duchess of Cambridge, the Duke of Cambridge, HM, Princess Anne, Prince Philip and Princess Beatrice.

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©Victoria Jones/WPA Rota/Nunn Syndication/Polaris

The Daily Mail’s Rebecca English shared this video of the Royals as the National Anthem was played.

From the Royal Family site:

Garden Parties are an important way for The Queen to speak to a broad range of people… all of whom have made a positive impact in their community.

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Victoria Jones/WPA-Pool/James Whatling

HM chose a lovely shade of pink for today’s event.

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The Royal Family Twitter (@RoyalFamily)

The Duke of Edinburgh greeting attendees.
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The Royal Family Twitter (@RoyalFamily)

A better look at William and Kate.

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©Victoria Jones/PA Wire/i-Images

Other royals attending today’s gathering included Princess Anne (seen below), Princess Beatrice and Prince and Princess Michael of Kent.

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The Royal Family

Prince Edward also was at the afternoon gathering.

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The Royal Family

Princess Beatrice speaking with guests.

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The Royal Family

Our thanks to Jenny, she left a comment saying Beatrice is wearing the Tory Burch Winston dress; Jenny also shared that the frock is on sale at Saks for $170. If really fond of the dress & unable to find your size, it is 50% off at Bloomingdale’s ($212, limited sizing); and also on sale at Spring ($299, that’s 30% off); it is the same price at Tory Burch.

HM will host a total of four Garden Parties this summer; two more at Buckingham Palace and one at Holyrood House in Scotland. On a related note, Prince Harry has been given permission to host his own Garden Party; the Not Forgotten Association Garden Party with active-duty and former members of the military is May 30 at the Palace. 

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The Royal Family

About 8000 people are invited to each party.
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Victoria Jones/PA Wire/i-Images

They are a way of “recognizing and rewarding people from all walks of life.”
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The Royal Family

Just what do you feed 8,000 guests? Erin Hill has more in this People story:
According to the palace, around 27,000 cups of tea are served and 20,000 sandwiches and 20,000 slices of cake are consumed during the event.
The Royal Family

The Royal Family

While at today’s event Kate spoke about her sister Pippa’s wedding this weekend; more from The Daily Mail:

Kate chatted to Andrew Bates and his wife, Janet, about her sister Pippa’s wedding at the weekend – and revealed that while she was hugely looking forward to it, she was slightly nervous about how her children, Prince George, three, and two-year-old Princess Charlotte would behave as well.

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The Royal Family

Mr Bates. 55, from Coventry said: ‘She said that they were all really looking forward to her sister’s wedding at the weekend but she was a bit worried about how her children might behave.

‘She said she was hopeful that they would be good but you never know at that age.’

Kensington Palace

Kensington Palace

Now to Kate’s style for the first Garden Party of the season; she opted to wear a Christoper Kane coat we have seen previously. In this picture, you can see how the Duke and Duchess’s ensembles coordinate.
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©Pool/i-Images

The fitted coat-dress was a bespoke piece, crafted of an ice-blue eau de nil satin. It features multiple gores front and back, with four panels per side. There is also a covered front placket, vertical front pockets, a self-belt, and notched lapels. Kate wore the design in 2012 for the Opening Ceremony of the London Games

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The Duchess wore the piece again in June of 2014 for Order of the Garter ceremonies.

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©PA Wire / PA Wire

This offers a nice view of Kate’s chapeau as worn today. It is the “Sweet Delight” by Lock and Co.; Kate also paired it with this coat for the 2014 Order of the Garter events.

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Lock & Co. / i-Images

Here is a quick refresher on Kate’s style at previous Garden Parties: the Duchess repeated an Emilia Wickstead dress for her first Garden Party in May 2012, accessorizing with a new Jane Corbett hat; Kate was in a sunny yellow Emilia Wickstead design for her second Garden Party in May of 2013; we saw the return of the very popular champagne lace dress by Alexander McQueen for a June 2014 party; in May of last year, Kate was in the Alexander McQueen design she first wore for Prince George’s christening; on the far right you see the ensemble chosen for the June 2016 party at Hillsborough Castle in Northern Ireland, the brocade coat by Day Birger et Mikkelsen.

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© As Noted

Today’s most intriguing accessory is Kate’s clutch. It isn’t a piece we have seen her carry previously. The bag has a multicolored pattern on the front flap, although I can’t make out the design very well.

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©Pool, i-Images /Nunn Syndication, Polaris

Kate also wore her Gianvito Rossi Suede pumps in the ‘praline’ colorway; we show them at My Theresa ($675). If interested in the style with a lower heel, the 3.5″ heel is available in limited sizes here.

Gianvito Rossi

Gianvito Rossi

We saw the glittering, shimmering Blue Topaz and Diamond earrings by Kiki McDonough again; the Duchess debuted the pair in Luxembourg last week.

Kiki McDonough /

Kiki McDonough / i-Images

We’ll leave you with this ITV video of the party. At roughly 1:15 into the video you can hear William telling two guests “Hopefully we’re going to go to Norway very soon.” He then adds something about Scandinavia, but I wasn’t able to fully discern what he was saying.

LINKAGE:

  • Learn more about Garden Parties at the Royal Family’s official site here
  • Richard Palmer’s story in The Express may be read here; The Daily Mirror’s coverage is here; Rebecca English’s story in The Daily Mail is here
  • Erin Hill’s story for People is here;
  • the Fug Girls coverage is here;

  86 Responses to “Kate Wears Christopher Kane for Queen’s Garden Party”

  1. I thought Princess Anne’s dress (coat?) was very interesting and stylish. Any details on her outfit?

  2. I don’t really like this colour on kate, but she does look nice and very polished. Did anyone else notice the slight changes that have been made to the detail at the back of the hat? Great post. Would love to know the origins of that clutch!

  3. Kate looks tip-top, but for a change Beatrice looks quite elegant in an effortless way. That hat of hers is so English and perfectly suits the dress.

  4. I love the way Kate looks <3

  5. I love Kate’s color choice and the snazzy tip to her hat. I think the shoes are a great neutral and much better than the black shoes worn by others. I’d like to say that I think Princess Anne looks wonderful… a beautiful dress with great lace insets. It’s in a beautiful spring color that would look good with just about anything her mother might have chosen and she’s wearing a lovely hat. As for Princess Beatrice… she is a mess. That’s an outfit for a ten-year-old not someone nearing 29 years of age. Someone needs to take her in hand, cut her hair or teach her to wear it up, get her some good earrings and tell her to stop looking like a child.

  6. I know we’re supposed to look at the fashion, but that chocolate cake looks so delicious I can hardly think about anything else! It looks like a sort of mousse topping, maybe, or is it some kind of cheesecake?

    A number of men had umbrellas, but none were open. Are umbrellas de rigueur for garden parties like the top hats, or was it just raining earlier?

    • I just read a report about the garden party on royalcentral.co.uk. The reporter says the cake was chocolate mousse (and “the desserts included carrot cake, strawberry tarts, mini scones with cream and jam”).

      Interestingly, she writes that Kate’s coat was actually mint green, even though it looks like ice blue in all the photos. I squinted a few times at the photos and I think I can see it in one or two of them. Isn’t that strange, though?

  7. I love garden party season and the regal men in their daytime formal dress.

    I almost wore the same shade of pink HM is wearing to a recent spring luncheon but I opted for lilac instead.

    I’m so happy to see my favorite earrings back and I thought of this outfit to match them last time too!

  8. Kate does this sort of formal look very well and this is no exception. I like the slightly pink colour of the shoe and love the bag picking out blue and pink and adding some texture. I like this coat-dress too. Its slightly edgy with the zip detail and fabric and far from boring.

    A perfect look in my opinion.

    Ps, The Queen looks good as ever and I also think Princess Anne looks pretty fab. They all look good together

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  10. I am admittedly thick at times but one thing I just wondered about is whether this is exactly the same lawn that the Duchess walked across during the children’s party in her wedges, which we did not like with the outfit but “understood” the choice because of the lawn. Here she is wearing stilettos on the same lawn? What about that?

    • Donna, I am not a fan of wedgies of the style she wore for anything except maybe under a wide bottomed pant that hides most of the shoe. I think she wore the wedges because she thought she would be more active at the children’s party and to look a bit less “fancy” and because she loves the wedgie shoe. Do not think she chose it due to the grass. But good point about the discussion that we had:):)

      • Yes, I see! It is not the lawn/grass that dictates the footwear style but the activity level. She walked perfectly fine on the grass in the stilettos but she wears the wedge heel when she plays volleyball or cricket or romps with children. You are right, and it does make sense to me. But, I do wish she would branch out from the rope sole wedgie!
        Thanks for the insight!

  11. Wonderful post. I love that you include the retrospectives. They really highlight, at least for me, how much more polished she has become… her makeup, hair, even posture. She’s definitely growing into her role. Some of the sophistication can be attributed to a natural aging in her face, she looks more like a woman than a co-ed, if that makes sense. But the coat 2012 v 2017 just show a remarkable transition.

    Finally… can I just add a +1 to the love fest for those earrings?

  12. This is the first outfit of Princess Beatrice’s I’ve actually liked- but unfortunately I find that her bra to be either ill-fitting or simply the wrong choice for the style of dress. The hat isn’t spectacular to me- but I actually find that refreshing!

    Another surprise for me was how much I love the Queen’s dress! The pattern breaks up her usual colour-blocking style. Also- how cute that she got a matching pink umbrella!

    Kate looks lovely, as always, though it isn’t my absolute favourite coat on her. I am simply not a fan of satin or that particular shade of blue. Also, I find suede pumps to be very much an autumn style… unless they’re in a bright colour. Definitely not an off-putting ensemble by any means, but nothing outstanding to me (except for those gorgeous earrings, and that very interesting clutch!!).

  13. Has anyone figured out the maker of that super-chic clutch yet?! I love it! It added a nice dimension and personality to her otherwise “flat’ toned outfit.. ;)

  14. I have loved this coat every time Kate has worn it! It’s perfectly beautiful. Kate has brought in an interesting touch with the patterned clutch– it actually looks vintage to me. Everything else is the fabulous ice blue. Maybe I’m partial to this color, but this look is a winner for me, even without much contrast in hue.

  15. I’m a big fan of this coat. It has a graceful silhouette while the material pumps up the glamour. This wear did not wow me as it did at the Order of the Garter ( can’t put my finger on why) but I do love her choice of earrings and purse here.

  16. Great colour on the Duchess and she looks so good beside the Queen in pink. The clutch that Kate is carrying could be a beaded bag from India. Gifted perhaps on their trip there. Just a thought.

  17. This look works for me.Would be great to see the Duchess wearing more Christopher Kane in the future.

  18. Kate certainly stepped up her garden party game again after an off year last year – thanks for that montage of all her garden party outfits! I have to say I preferred this look with the hair down as I find it relaxes the overall look a little bit. And since William coordinated with the blue, I would have liked to see Kate in black heels to complement William’s jacket. Huge fan of the clutch though, nice to see her going for some bigger bags as of late. And the earrings are a win too, still the classic stones that she favours, but with a bit more oomph this time.

    I know this is a blog about Kate’s style, but I must say all the royals were looking particularly dapper on this day! I love that Her Majesty and Philip were walking with umbrellas as canes (so relatable), and Anne looks lovely as well. Major props to Beatrice, who has finally put together an outfit I like! Wasn’t a fan of the hat at first, but on my second look I quite enjoy it with that dress.

  19. Loved Beatrice’s dress… I didn’t like the satin Christopher Kane the first time I saw it, and I dislike it again this time. Perhaps it doesn’t photograph well enough to do the actual garment justice, but the pale satin reminds me of an 80′s bridesmaids dress, complete with dyed satin shoes to match.

  20. Loved seeing this blue satin, shiny outfit again and the hat too. The new earrings go so well with it. Love the clutch–vintage, embroidered–my favorite! All members of the Royal Family look superb at this event. I especially like Princess Anne’s embroidered cut-away coat–there’s that embroidery again, that I love!! And Princess Beatrice looks well put together without some jarring element that she and her sister often fall prey to!! The Queen looks a picture in pink–it’s one of her best colors, very flattering. Excellent start to the garden party season!

  21. Both Kate and William have really grown into their roles. How completely regal and refined. Love the coordinated icy blues, a rare instance, isn’t it?

    • I’m very happy about those matching colours too. Cambridge blues in more senses than one #boatrace ;-)

  22. So classy, so elegant! I love the position of the hat. I don’t like satin but this coat is stunning, so expertly tailored. And a beautiful ice blue.

    I would have chosen a different pair of shoes but she always favors this kind in that shape and color, more or less.

  23. There’s an element of stuffiness about certain royal outfits which begins to fall into place when they reappear at a somewhat stilted event like a garden party. The satin sheen on this most dressy of coat-dresses is most fitting among the canapés in the palace gardens.

    I’m a bit surprised that we’re getting complete repeats with accessories as well, as we did with the Chloe dress last time, but it makes sense to recycle a good hat. I’m pleased we have another look at those very fine topaz earrings.

    At least we have switch in shoes, but I’m not so sure about the new clutch. The multi-coloured pattern seems at odds with an otherwise sleek outfit, but as ever with Kate’s more puzzling choices, it’s never anything that upends an outfit, simply raises an eyebrow.

    Thanks for a great post and all the homework on previous garden party retreads. Now the question is, will there be something new at the weekend as I’ve been assuming that must be a retread too!

  24. I couldn’t possibly love Princess Beatrice’s outfit more. The “fug girls” said she looks like Anne of Green Gables, and that’s high praise from all of us!

    This isn’t my favorite look of the Duchess’s, but I do think that clutch looks very interesting, and I continue to be a fan of these earrings.

  25. I’m personally not in love with satin – too shiny. But Kate looks beautiful, appropriate and calm. I’m really happy to see the return of the stunning blue topaz earrings. I also LOVE the clutch, and I’m hopeful we’ll get an ID because I desperately want a RepliKate!

    • I too LOVE the clutch and want one for myself—I love that the subtle blue in the pattern echoes the color of the coat without being matchy matchy. Agree that satin is not usually my favorite. I am impressed that it isn’t wrinkled or creased at the back—she must have refrained from sitting down in it after getting dressed.

  26. Gorgeous colour and cut of the coat. Her updo suits the hat more than having her hair loose as before. Much more polished and befitting her role. Amazing earrings with the coat and an unusual clutch – nice to see her mixing things up a bit with interesting accessories. The only thing I am not totally sold on is the shoe – the colour is a bit deep and the suede a bit heavy for such a spring-like outfit. A plain cream leather pump might have worked better. But overall a wow for me.

    Can’t wait to see her ensemble at Pippa’s wedding!

  27. Oh the duchess just sounds so adorable in this clip.. her accent and her laugh. It captures her playful and gracious personality.

    • yes and I wish we could of heard the beginning of that conversation! i too love the clutch and praline shoes (which look pink in one photo)!

  28. I like beatrice’s outfit for this event much more than I like Kate’s.

    The coat is too tailored for a garden party IMO and I just don’t like the hat, even if it was positioned higher on her head, I would still not like it.

    I have the continued complaint that her updo’s are not UP enough. That low bun look is just too matronly looking for a woman her age and I do detect a hairnet, which I just find unacceptable in this day and age.

    The bag (although interesting looking from what we can see,) looks kind of boho and out of tune with the ridged tailored look of the coat, hat and shoes.

    I did enjoy seeing and hearing her on video. I really think Kate would be fun to hang out with. I also believe she is a good sport and takes some ribbing in stride from her close friends about her fashion choices. I know my friends have given me a bit of cheek about some outfits I have put together over the years.

    I love the earrings though!

    • I agree. I’d love to see a slick bun, an actual proper one (like ballerinas wear), and would be good to see her play with braids/plaits.

      Whilst her updos are polished and formal, they are a tad old. Check out Queen Letizia’s updos, way more edgy.

    • I continue to think Kate’s hair could be too heavy to be piled up high, the amount of steel-ware needed to grip it in place might be headache-inducing. Letizia’s hair is altogether lighter and much less full and so easier to keep in neat updo’s

      • The hair style has to accommodate a hat.
        The Spanish Queen rarely wears a hat!

        • Maybe connected with the fact that a Spanish queen has much less need of coats. There are such wide discrepancies in climate and culture, never mind build, colouring and temperament between the two, which render much comparison irrelevant.

      • I agree with you. My hair is just about as thick as Kate’s and not as long (yet). I have to be precise when doing a ponytail or else I get a headache. There’s a reason why she doesn’t do high updo’s, and I do believe 1) the weight would be terrible and 2) they might not stay. You can spray extreme hold hairspray on my hair, and it will still not stay in place all day, as evidenced by my wedding pictures :D

        • I think that a professional stylist, which I am also sure the Duchess used to create this hair style, should know how to secure ultra thick hair in an updo that is UP and not low. And without a hair net. There are lots of devices available.

          I don’t know enough about extensions to know whether that may be the cause of Kate’s seeming preference for this low bun style. But, it seems odd to me that one would use extensions, ostensibly a youth promoting enhancement, and then to hide them turn around and be forced to use a hairnet, which ages you? I guess you can’t take these extensions out at will?

    • Her updos have to be low. It is the price for having wefts attached near the top of her head,and ‘m sure I’ll be lambasted for saying it. For the record, Grace of Monaco did wonderful updos with hair pieces and tiaras, and it would be great if Kate wouldn’t worry so much about hiding the extensions. I certainly don’t judge her for wearing them. I’m sure I will see several replies saying “oh no, that’s all her hair” but I’ve seen enough photographic evidence to know otherwise. The fact that all her updos are low is also part of that evidence.

      • The second paragraph of my response to Alyssa was actually supposed to be in response to your comments about extensions. I have little knowledge on the subject and would be interested in learning more.

        • Wefts that are sewn in take a long time, unlike the clip ins. You wouldn’t take them in and out on a whim. There are YouTube videos which would show the process better than I can explain.

          • Thank you. I did look at a few videos on Youtube. I had heard of extensions of course, but did not know of the different varieties and prevalence of use.

    • Do agree regarding the attractiveness of this updo. It does the job but isn’t at all pretty. I agree with ElizaMo that the thickness of her hair may be an issue but I so wish someone could figure it out better.

  29. I’d say she was keen to wear the topaz earrings again, so decided on this outfit! Lovely outfit, but think she should’ve mixed up the shoes/hat to keep it fresh.

    As a side note, love Bea’s hat, young and fun, yet still appropriately formal. Would love to see Kate taking risks like this, although I’m not sure that would ever happen!

  30. How does she wear high heels without poking through the grass? I am mystified.

    • Ha ha! I know! I am not a fan of flats or wedges for certain outdoor events. Personally, I wear these little plastic covers that go over the heel and broaden the base of the heel so as not to aerate the grass! Made by Sole Mates. And they don’t damage the shoe. I tend not to wear suede on grass though because it can get stained.

      I am of the fug girls’ opinion on the evils of satin. Even if it weren’t so shiny, you can’t sit in it and look good standing afterwards. However I love ice blue (it is not eau de nil – eau de nil is Fortnum and Mason’s signature color) on the duchess. It is fresh and suits her well. Given that the men wear top hats and tails, it is perfectly tailored for the event! Am glad she wore an updo so her hair is out of the way at least and not flying around in the breeze. A win IMHO. Yaaaaay

    • i have the same question! how does she manage the grass?! Inquiring minds….

      • I went to Buckingham palace during the summer opening a few years ago and the lawn was rock solid dry so perhaps that’s it? It’s not a very lush piece of earth but then I suppose HM can’t be seen to be flouting rules on hosepipes in summer.

  31. My favourite wearing of this coat. But the material is my least favourite of all kates coats. Feel like the hat needs to come out of her face a bit more.
    As others have said Beatrice looks nice!!
    Can’t wait for Pippas wedding.

  32. Can I ask a fashion question of the men? Is there a difference in the grey v black top hat or just preference? Thank you

    • Good question! The only distinction I know is the fabric used for the hats: black top hats are made of silk, while the gray are made of felt. Because of this, the black is considered more formal and likely to be seen more at weddings than gray. Gray is popular at Ascot and other venues. This is not an etched-in-stone style dictate, but more of a guideline from my limited experience. I’m sure there are others who know much more than I about the topic, hopefully the will chime in! :)

  33. Kate looks every inch a princess today. Her undo certainly ads to the polished look. Both repeats, her hat and coat dress are very appropriate for this occasion. I wish she had worn the hat a bit further back on her head, so as not to cover her pretty face so much. The clutch is nice in that it is different from the usual ones we see. I don’t think the shoes go very well with the outfit. They aren’t really nude, but rather a pinkish brown. The new earrings are an excellent match with the ice blue ensemble. The gems can really be shown off with her hair up. What a stunning woman Kate is and how natural and warm she is in the video.

    • Agree with you about the updo giving a polished look appropriate to this outing for the Kane. It’s the way Kate can switch up repeat outfits between events. I couldn’t help noticing though that something went awry when the hat was put on since part of the updo looks a little bent, the padding used to bulk it out seems to have slipped a little as has happened a few times with Kate.

  34. I enjoyed this post. And seeing photos of all the royals that were participating. I like the outfit; the color and styling. Cute that C & W color coordinated. I don’t normally Iike satin, but it does lend a formal element. It would be a good coat for a wedding. So my final thought is that I strongly preferred the hairstyles from previous wearings. Today’s updo was staid and had no grace to add to the outfit. It detracted from her natural warmth and engagement.

  35. I am not offering a comment on Kate’s fashion/style choices. She is a beautiful young woman with a style she she is happy to develop. What I notice overwhelmingly, and probably why I follow this blog, is her seeming genuine delight in the people she meets, especially generous in the way she engages with children, her happiness being in the company of her husband and often Harry, and the respect she seems offers to the organisers and invitees for what for them would be a wonderful opportunity and memory. What a tightrope to walk in the fashion stakes: if she wears clothes more than once she risks being seen as boring or not showing respect to the event; if she wears new clothes she can be seen to be not aware of budget restraints. I admire her youthful exuberance and zest for the life she has chosen.

  36. I am wondering if the clutch was acquired during the visit to India and Bhutan? To me, it has that sort of surface decoration. I love the earrings and have serious earring envy! Love the Duchess is the soft blue….no matter how many appearances….

  37. Kate’s clutch could be an heirloom piece. Possibly needle point?

  38. I don’t care how many times the Duchess chooses to wear light blue, as long as she wears those beautiful new earrings each and every time! I like this outfit much more with her hair up (although, in all honesty, I prefer her hair up for all but the most informal occasions — it just gives her a more polished look in my opinion…), but I’d like to see it with a different hat, especially in a garden party setting where I feel that anyone who was speaking with her had to peek under the brim to see her. The hat sits much lower on her forehead than on the model’s, although I assume that could be adjusted. On an unrelated side note, I’m happy to see that someone took Beatrice in hand and put her in a non-costumey outfit; she actually looks quite nice today!

    • Actually I still see Beatrice as costumey. Her hat is pretty close to the ones Gondoliers wear in Venice.

    • Agreed about the placement of the hat.

      This coat/dress is too shiny for my tasts, but I guess a garden party is as good a place as any to wear it.

  39. The video cuts off before William finished his comment, but from his hand motion it looks like he would have said Scandinavian tour or visit. He was motioned like he was going to visit the group of countries.

    As for Kate’s new clutch, I wonder if it was a gift from her visit in Luxembourg. Or if is from a designer in Poland since they have an upcoming tour. Her P.A. might have done some early shopping to prepare for that trip. It has more of a western Europe feel with the design.

    • Exactly. He’s clearly saying “We’re doing a Scandinavian …” and then he circles with his hand to indicate a tour.

  40. Lovely post. About 15 seconds into the video, there seems to be a lady wearing a dress Kate has previously worn (or a version of it). She’s dead center in the screen, with her back to the camera. I’m terrible at remembering specific outfits, but I think this one is a definite copy-Kate!

  41. Gosh- she’s adorable speaking in the video! My favorite wearing of this beautiful coat. Wonderful how pressed, fitted and ladylike she looks- perfection. Her new earrings looks lovely on her, a very nice size. I like to the think the little bag is a family piece.

  42. Love this colour, stylish and elegant as usual

  43. The perfect outfit for a princess at a garden party. I like everything about this look for this occasion. The earrings are really nice with this outfit too.

    The clutch looks vintage to me.

  44. just an FYI, in case anyone was wondering, Beatrice is wearing the Tory Burch “Winston” dress. On sale for $170 at Saks :)

    • Hi Jenny, I added that to the post & even included a few more retailers where the dress is available. Thank you for letting us know! :)

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