Kate Middleton is known for having amazing hair — and the Duchess of Cambridge has decided to keep up her beautiful brown locks by using Princess Diana’s former hairstylist Joh Bailey. Find out the details below!
Kate Middleton, 31, is always setting trends and looking beautiful wherever she goes! The Duchess is gearing up for her Australian Tour and has hired Princess Diana‘s Sydney-based hairstylist while visiting the country. With Kate’s constant comparisons to Princess Di — it seems like the Duchess is finding inspiration from her mother-in-law.
Kate Middleton: Princess Diana’s Hair Stylists To Style Her Royal Hair
Kate has a trademark blowout that is the envy of every woman. She has a natural beauty and always keeps her makeup simple — that goes along with her sporty personality. The Duchess also likes to keep her hair down in loose waves and parted to the side.
Kate’s flawless blowout needs to be maintained while the royals take their annual tour to Australia — and Kate has decided to hire Princess Di’s hairstylist, whom she used during her continent tour in 1996.
“[Diana] was the most elegant and gracious lady you could have imagined. She had a ball in Sydney and loved everything about the city…She was a lot of fun,” Joh told an Australian newspaper.
Well we have to agree — Princess Di always looked absolutely amazing and her hair was always on point!
If Joh loved the late princess, then we are positive he is going to have nothing but great reviews about the Duchess — Kate is so down-to-earth!
As Kate and Will are touring the continent, we have to wonder whether the youngest royal would be joining them. Prince William has said that it’s “very hopeful” that Prince George will be joining the pair.
It’s great to see that Kate hasn’t changed her style since marrying a prince, and we always look forward to what looks this trendsetter will pull off!
Kate’s hair never seems to be out of place and we look forward to seeing how her Australian tour goes!
What do you guys think of Kate’s iconic hair style, HollywoodLifers?
— Gabrielle Bernardini