The gorgeous royals arrived at St. Paul’s Cathedral for the Queen’s Diamond Jubileee in their most regal ensembles on June 5 but do you think the Princessess managed to outshine Kate’s gorgeous pastel pink topper and gorgeous lace dress?
Kate Middleton always looks stunning. The Duchess of Cambridge entered the Great West Door of St. Paul’s Cathedral in a form fitting Alexander McQueen nude lace dress, with a matching Jane Taylor fascinator and LK Bennett heels. Prince William’s cousins, Princess Beatrice and Eugenie arrived in almost identical looking purple toppers — which did you like best?
When the sisters attended Kate’s wedding last April, they took a lot of heat for their over-the-top Philip Treacy hats but at the Queen’s celebration, they opted for much more of a low-key look with berets designed by Stephen Jones.
Meanwhile, this was the third time over the past few days that Kate had donned an Alexander McQueen dress. Keep in mind, her incredibly gorgeous wedding gown was hand made by the late-designer’s team.
— Chloe Melas
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