Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Alexander McQueen – Trooping The Colour

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge is officially on maternity leave after giving birth to Prince Louis just over month ago, but she made another returned to the public eye to participate in the Queen’s birthday parade; Trooping the Colour on Saturday (June 9), where she joined Meghan, Duchess of Sussex.

The Duchess wore a pale blue Alexander McQueen box pleat dress with elegant shoulder details styled with flowery matching Juliette Botterill hat and Kiki McDonough blue topaz earrings, which matched Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, in a nice family moment.

Why was she sat next to the Duchess of Cornwall and not Prince William in the carriage?

Because he opted to ride horseback during the parade.

This was a chich look which is very much expected from the royal, but I found myself preferring her McQueen look from last years event.

Credit: Getty


Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Alexander McQueen – Prince Harry & Meghan Markle’s Royal Wedding

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding is the day I discovered a new found respected for Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge.

I have been very vocal in sharing my frustrations at the royal recycler, but if ever there was a day when the focus shouldn’t have been on her, it was today; and she acknowledged that by repeating her Alexander McQueen ivory coatdress.

This will be the third (as far as I’m aware) outing of this look, as she wore it to Princess Charlotte’s Christening and The Passchendaele Commemorations.

I love how the yellow floral detail in her Philip Treacy hat gives this look a new lease of life, with Jimmy Choo heels completed the look.

UPDATE: So, it has been confirmed that this is a new dress, in a slightly different colour. Which is a bit of a head scratcher considering the identical design.

Credit: Getty


Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William’s Newborn Prince Makes His First Public Appearance

After headed into labour 8 hours ago, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge was spotted on the steps of St Mary’s Hospital, headed home with new son cradled in her arms looking as fresh as a daisy.

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Prince George and Princess Charlotte were on hand to greet the new arrival, who is fifth in line to the throne.

The Duchess wore a bespoke red dress with a white collar by Jenny Packham, which many believe was in homage to Diana, as the late Princess wore a very similar look when she gave birth to Prince Harry.

This is the third time the Duchess has opted for bespoke Jenny Packham for her post-birth appearances.

I just can’t get over how great Catherine looks and how she managed to get a blow dry in before leaving the hospital.

Embed from Getty Images

Credit: Getty


Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Catherine Walker – Easter Service

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attended Easter service with Prince William, Duke of Cambridge on Sunday (April 1) at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor, England.

You’d be forgiven, though, if you thought this photo hailed from last fall, given the darker more sombre palette.

Turning to favoured coat designer, Catherine Walker, the Duchess wore this pristinely tailored piece that skimped nothing on the sophistication meter, as per usual.

The Lock & Co Hatters hat was naturally a smart addition with nude Gianvito Rossi pumps, a Loeffler Randall clutch, and pearl Balenciaga earrings rounding out the classic, conservative look.

Were you missing spring-like, Easter hues?

Credit: Getty


Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Jenny Packham – Early Intervention For Children And Families Symposium

The second official day of spring was not lost on Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, who stepped out for the Early Intervention For Children And Families Symposium on Wednesday (March 21) in London, England.

This custom Jenny Packham coat-dress design, styled with nude pumps, were perfectly aligned with Catherine’s classic style.

Yet, it was the fresh, spring-forward pastel-green hue and the smart-sweet details like the bow at the neck that offered a moment of lovely charisma and character.

Credit: Getty


Catherine, Duchess Of Cambridge In Catherine Walker – The Irish Guards St Patrick’s Day Parade

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge celebrated St. Patrick’s Day, at Cavalry Barracks in Hounslow, England on Saturday (March 17), where they honoured the Irish Guards.

Catherine, who is expected to give birth to their third child next month, looked regal in a festive green Catherine Walker fur trimmed coat (one of her go-to designers) with a matching Gina Foster hat.

I’ve always believed blue was Catherine’s colour, but this look is putting forth a strong case for green. She’s positively radiant here.

The Duchess finished off the look with a shamrock brooch, a gorgeous pair of drop earrings, and black suede pumps. It’s classic and elegant – fit for a princess.

Prince William looked equally dapper in his formal ensemble as well.

During their visit, the couple got in on the spirit of the celebrations with a pint of Guinness for William and a glass of water for Catherine, of course.

Credit: Getty