Emilia Wickstead

Kate wears gold coat dress for Bhutan arrival

This morning, William and Kate bid farewell to India as they travelled over to Bhutan for the next leg of the Royal Tour. (Catch up with all our tour coverage so far by clicking here). We have just a blurry photos of Kate on the tarmac at Guwahati airport in Assam, India, with thanks to Victoria Murphy of The Mirror: As you can see, … [Read more...]

Kate opts for Emilia Wickstead as she bids farewell to Mumbai and visits New Delhi

Read about day one of the Royal Tour  here. Day two of the Royal Tour kicked off with a visit to The Social, a bar, restaurant and collaborative workspace in Mumbai. William and Kate toured the space and met with young entrepreneurs from the local area.  They were given demonstrations of various start-up ideas and enterprises. During … [Read more...]

Day seven, Royal tour of Australia and New Zealand: Dunedin, Queenstown & Christchurch

Day seven saw Duchess Kate wear not two but THREE outfits.  It was a style extravaganza for us fashionistas who just love to follow Kate's clothing choices! I'll cover all three outfits in today's post. Church service First, the Duke and Duchess arrived at Dunedin airport, where they were greeted by bagpipes and a traditional Maori welcome … [Read more...]

Kate wears blue Emilia Wickstead dress to Art Room charity reception at the National Portrait Gallery

This evening, the Duchess of Cambridge hosted a reception for The Art Room charity at the National Portrait Gallery.  You might recall that Kate is patron of both organisations.  This evening's event marks the charity's 11th anniversary and the launch of its new fundraising initiative. Of course, you will remember the National Portrait … [Read more...]

Kate in green coat dress by Emilia Wickstead for St. Patrick’s Day

In March 2012, Kate arrived at Mons Barracks in Aldershot to present Irish Guard soldiers with shamrocks to mark St. Patrick’s Day.  This was Kate's official first solo military engagement. During the presentation, Kate also pinned shamrocks to the collar of a very special member of the regiment:  their mascot, an Irish Wolfhound dog named … [Read more...]

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