Kate Middleton wears red floral dress and Liberty print face mask
Kate Middleton wore a midi-length dress today, featuring leg of mutton sleeves and pretty lace trim. She matched the stunning gown with tan suede heels.
Beulah London is a UK based brand. It also has the mission of ending slavery across the world.
The brand’s website states: “We created Beulah as a force to fight slavery. We exist to empower vulnerable and previously trafficked women to become economically independent and break free from cycles of exploitation and poverty.
“Our alternative business model – what we have termed our Freedom Model – is a virtuous circle built to enable the women in our supply chain to gain sustainable employment by incorporating traditional crafts techniques such as hand-weaving and embroidery into our collections.”
Kate wore her hair in her typical gentle curls, under which the Duchess of Cambridge appeared to be wearing the Kiki McDonough Classic cushion drop earrings.
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They are the pale pink morganite, and set in 18ct white gold. They cost a whopping £3,400.
Today is Prince Harry’s birthday, which William and Kate celebrated on Instagram with a sweet message.
The couple posted a picture of themselves and Prince Harry at an event.
They wrote as a caption: “Wishing a very happy birthday to Prince Harry today!”
It has been claimed Kate’s style amid lockdown could indicate she is pregnant.
Celebrity stylist Lalla Bronshtein, designer at eco fashion label, LallaXRR told Express.co.uk: “In recent photos of Kate, her dresses have a more loose, comfortable feel to them.
“The peasant style dresses in particular flow beautifully, while others have a more of an Empire line.
“Although whether she is pregnant or not is anyone’s guess but during previous pregnancies, she wore a similar style to these.”