Princess Eugenie Of York’s Royal Wedding

Princess Eugenie Of York's Wedding

There were many more guests who joined Cara Delevingne, Poppy Delevingne and Naomi Campbell in Windsor, England today (October 12) for the wedding of Princess Eugenie of York and Mr. Jack Brooksbank .

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge: I was delighted to see such a vibrant raspberry hue from the Duchess, and I was also left in awe by the tailoring of this Alexander McQueen piece. The silhouette is nothing we haven’t seen before, but I’m just grateful it’s not beige. Going matchy once again, a veiled headpiece by Philip Treacy and velvet heels by Jimmy Choo completed her look.

Sophie, Countess of Wessex: This beautiful Azzedine Alaia had a fabulous fit and flare silhouette with the signature trims. I’m not usually a fan of Sophie’s style, so this a rare win for her. The royal topped the look off with a Jane Taylor hat.

Princess Beatrice: While I do like this custom ink blue Ralph & Russo Couture design, the turban didn’t work for me. Am I alone in believing it ages the Princess taking her from sister-of-the-bride to mother-of-the-bride? Ralph & Russo accessories completed her look.

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Catherine, Duchess Of Cambridge Opens The V&A Photography In Erdem

Catherine, Duchess Of Cambridge Opens The V&A Photography In Erdem

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attended the opening of the V&A Photography Centre at Victoria & Albert Museum on Wednesday (October 10) in London, after she became the Royal Patron of the V&A in March 2018.

For her first visit in the role, the Duchess wore an Erdem Spring 2018 dress.

I have to say, this is easily her best look in the last 3 or 4 years.

The look is very elegant, and dare I say modern.

I can finally say I that I love the styling, which included Bordeaux velvet Jimmy Choo ‘Romy’ pumps, clutch and sash.

You may remember that Carey Mullgian wore this same dress back in November last year, with accessories that didn’t make nearly the same impact.

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Emilia Wickstead – The Global Ministerial Mental Health Summit

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Emilia Wicktead - The Global Ministerial Mental Health Summit

Ahead of tomorrow’s World Mental Health Day, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived at the first Global Ministerial Mental Health Summit, which aims to promote better mental health for all, in London today (October 9).

The mother-of-three looked incredible in a lilac, fit and flare dress by Emilia Wickstead, which you may remember she first wore last year in Berlin as part of the Royal Tour.

Not a whole lot has changed from the two outings, aside from the Aspinal London bag she opted to carry on this occasion, instead of her preferred clutch, and the copper low lights in her hair which has taken 10 years off her.

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge Returns From Maternity Leave

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge Is Back From Maternity Leave

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge made her return to official duties, following her six-month maternity leave with Prince Louis (I can’t believe it has been that long) on Tuesday (October 2), as she paid a visit to the Sayers Croft Forest School and Wildlife Garden in Paddington, London.

She was there to meet a group of children who were taking part in various outdoorsy activities, and given the relaxed tone of the engagement, Catherine dressed down in biker brown skinny jeans, a green jumper, a matching green jacket, plus her trusty Penelope Chilvers boots.

I don’t know about you, but I’m slightly mesmerized by her hair. It looks shorter and lighter.

She may have gone casual in clothing, but she has the mother of all blow outs for the occasion.

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Dolce & Gabbana – Wimbledon Championships Men’s Final

On Sunday (July 15), Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge returned to Wimbledon for her second appearance – as the patron of the organisation – during this year’s tournament, this time with the Duke of Cambridge to watch Men’s singles finals.

The Duchess made a bold colour choice when she selected this Dolce & Gabbana yellow frock styled with same Dolce & Gabbana Miss Sicily bag she had carried the day before.

Catherine has worn a lot of cream and beige lately, but this wasn’t the first time she had worn yellow.

Back in 2014, she wore a yellow Roksanda dress during her Australia tour. She has also worn yellow during her Guadalcanal Island tour and for Queen Elizabeth’s garden party back in 2013.

I can only pray this time it ignites her thirst for colour going forward.

Dolce & Gabbana Miss Sicily Bag

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Meghan, Duchess of Sussex In Ralph Lauren & Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Jenny Packham – Wimbledon Championships

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex made her first Wimbledon appearance as a member of the royal family on Saturday (July 14) alongside Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge.

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex: Once again she looked absolutely stunning in an incredibly chic blue striped shirt and cream high-waisted trousers by Ralph Lauren, but much talk has been made about her breaking Wimbledon’s Royal Box dress code. While there was nothing wrong with the Alturzarra bag and Illesteva Leonard sunglasses, her Maison Michel hat is actually banned from the Royal Box. Protocol asks that ladies do not take hats into the Royal Box to not “obscure the vision of those seated behind them”. You have to wonder who is advising Meghan, and if they are setting her up to fail.

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge: The avid tennis fan always looks delightful at Wimbledon, and this was no exception. Catherine wore a Jenny Packham printed dress with what appears to be a tennis ball print featuring more details on the hip and shoulder. The look was styled with a Dolce & Gabbana top handle bag.

I know many comparisons will be made, but their styles couldn’t be more different.

Meghan is very much doing modern Meghan, while Catherine is also staying true to her ultra feminine summery style.

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