On day fourteen of the 2014 Royal Tour, William and Kate attended an Easter Sunday church service at St Andrew’s Cathedral. Inside the building, over 800 people attended the ceremony, including Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott. Outside the building, crowds were strong as many locals waited to catch a glimpse of the royal couple. Inside, William and Kate signed Sydney Cathedral’s … [Read more...]
Kate Middleton has worn clothing by the British designer Alexander McQueen on many occasions, and perhaps most famously, she chose the label’s current creative director Sarah Burton to design her wedding dress for the 2011 ceremony.
If you’d like to browse through all the pieces of Alexander McQueen clothing as worn by Kate Middleton, simply peruse our articles below!
Day fourteen part one, William and Kate visit St Andrew’s cathedral for Easter Sunday church service
On Saturday 19th April 2014, William and Kate travelled over to Brisbane, in the Australian state of Queensland, as part of their three week tour. First on the itinerary for Saturday was the RAAF Base Amberley, where the royal couple met Australian Defence Force veterans. In the following photograph, Kate is speaking with Captain William Morrison and other personnel from 9th Field Support … [Read more...]
Please note: day nine was a rest day for the royal trio, no public engagements were undertaken. Day ten saw the Cambridges bid farewell to New Zealand and head on to Sydney, Australia for the next leg of the 2014 royal tour. Before the trio departed, William and Kate spent an hour touring facilities at the Royal New Zealand Police College. Here they met puppies being trained as police … [Read more...]
Already read all about today's event in the newspaper and just want to skip straight to Kate's outfit ID? Click here. At around 11:30am local time in New Zealand, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge both attended a public wreath laying ceremony at the Blenheim War Memorial and the Clock Tower in Seymour Square. ITV Royal News Editor Tim Ewart posted a photo of the couple's wreath, and their … [Read more...]
This afternoon (well, in the UK at least) Prince William and Catherine took baby George for his christening ceremony at the Chapel Royal in St. James’ Palace. I wrote an extensive post earlier detailing all the ins and outs of the ceremony, so check that out now if you’re not up to date with the all details about little George’s godparents, what was scheduled to happen after the ceremony and more. … [Read more...]
Another year, another Trooping the Colour ceremony - the official celebration of the Queen’s birthday marked by a procession that surely is the textbook definition of “pomp and pageantry.” In keeping with the previous two years, Kate sat with Prince Harry and The Duchess of Cornwall in a roofless coach during the parade: However this year, Prince Philip could not join the Queen for the … [Read more...]
This morning Kate attended a special service at Westminster Abbey with other senior member of the royal family, held in honour of the 60th anniversary of The Queen’s Coronation. Kate's outfit: For the event, pregnant Kate wore a peachy pink lace dress and matching coat by designer Jenny Packham. The outfit was bespoke, created especially for Kate by the designer. As fellow blogger and … [Read more...]
Day Three: Kate stuns in Alexander McQueen gown at official dinner held by His Majesty The Agong at Istana Negara
After spending time at the hospice in Malaysia earlier in the day, Kate and William headed back to their hotel for a few hours before emerging ready for a state dinner held by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong (The King) of Malysia at the Istana Negara - the Malay National Palace. During the dinner, both Kate and William were presented with gifts from the King and Queen. William was given a gold … [Read more...]
After spending this morning touring both Gardens by the Bay and the Rolls Royce factory, and then this afternoon visiting Queenstown, Kate and William retired to their hotel room for several hours before emerging this evening ready for a reception at Eden Hall, the British High Commissioners' residence. … [Read more...]
On day two of the 2012 Jubilee Tour the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay project, known as the “horticultural sanctuary in the heart of the city”. The project is a huge park spanning over 250 acres of reclaimed land in central Singapore. The Singapore government financed this project with the aim to transform Singapore into a “City in a Garden.” The hope … [Read more...]