NOTE: This blog post is really out of date. We'll be updating it shortly. Kate has really set a trend with her nude court shoes! Many people, both in and out of the public eye, have copied Kate and purchased a pair of nude pumps for themselves. Remember Mike & Zara's wedding? Members of the Royal Family and celebrity guests alike turned up wearing nude court shoes, some wearing the … [Read more...]
Kate’s worn a lot of L.K. Bennett clothing and shoes over the years – the Sledge platform shoe is obviously the item she’s most known for wearing! She’s also worn the Agata and the Harper shoe from the same brand, plus the Natalie and Avona clutches.
In addition, Kate’s worn the Lasa dress, the Detroit dress, the Davina dress, the Ami coat and Jude jacket from L.K. Bennett. She owns their Darwin jacket too. Phew that’s a LOT of LKB!
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Along with other prominent figures of the Royal Family, Kate attended the Remembrance Sunday parade at the Cenotaph, in Whitehall, London to honour and remember those who have died at war for our country. The Queen led the ceremony by laying a wreath at the Cenotaph, then other members of the Royal Family, politicians, military chiefs and servicemen and women lay tributes too. As Big Bed chimed … [Read more...]
Day seven of the royal tour kicked off today with a visit by Will and Kate to the Prime Minister’s cabinet in Honiara, the capital of the Solomon Islands. The couple were each given a traditional necklace by the Prime Minister. Here we can see an image of the couple wearing their new gift: … [Read more...]
Leaving Sabah: Will and Kate left Sabah (the Malaysian State on the Island of Borneo) early on Sunday morning, before heading over to Honiara, the capital city of the Solomon Islands, for the final leg of their 2012 tour. Kate’s wearing a black and pink/purple wrap dress that she was first photographed wearing to a party at St. Andrews University in 2002. YES, 10 Years Ago! She wore the … [Read more...]
After this morning’s visit to the mosque and luncheon, Kate and William attended a Diamond Jubilee tea party at the British High Commissioner’s residence. The High Commission held a photography contest prior to the royal visit and two lucky winners were able to attend the event to meet William and Kate. There were a number of high profile guests at the party, including Malaysian-Chinese … [Read more...]
Day Three: Will and Kate’s final day in Singapore; couple head to Malaysia where Duchess gives first overseas speech
The royal couple’s final day in Singapore ended on quite a solemn note with a visit to the Kranji Commonwealth War Crematory where a wreath was laid by William and Kate on behalf of The Queen and Prince Philip. … [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...]
After spending the morning touring Gardens by the Bay and the Rolls Royce factory, the royal couple went on to visit Queenstown, a residential area in Singapore named after Queen Elizabeth II. However, before arriving, Kate changed outfits, once again opting for a Singapore-based designer. In Queenstown, the royal duo watched a number of cultural performances before visiting the Rainbow Center, … [Read more...]
You can really tell it's wedding season, as Kate was spotted at yet another wedding today! Kate was accompanied by both Princes William and Harry to the occasion, where the Princes' cousin Emily McCorquodale was marrying James Hutt. The wedding took place in Stoke Rochford, a small village located in Lincolnshire. For the wedding, Kate wore a number of recycled pieces, most of which you’ll … [Read more...]
Today, the Queen and the Royal Family marked the last day of the Diamond Jubilee weekend with a special service of thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral. The morning service included a special prayer given for the Queen and her Diamond Jubilee. The Queen was accompanied by her lady-in-waiting who travelled in the place of the Duke of Edinburgh; the duke was sadly missed at the proceedings, … [Read more...]