A future king was christened today, and whilst he looked adorable in antique styled lace, it was his ever-stylish mother who all eyes were turned too. And, as ever, she didn’t disappoint with her choice.
The Duchess of Cambridge chose who else but Alexander McQueen for Prince George’s big day, showing that when it comes to the big occasions (her wedding, the Jubilee celebrations, only evening occasion in the United States tour) it is McQueen and Sarah Burton she turns to. Perfectly complementing George’s Victorian style Christening gown, Kate’s suit was ruffled and romantic, and looked exquisite when teamed with a beautiful pillbox hat with dotted netting. This was designed by Jane Taylor and seemed to be a nod to the hats worn by her late mother-in-law, Diana, Princess of Wales – a nice touch from the Duchess.
Kate’s gorgeous cream outfit was perfectly complimented by the cream wool coat chosen by sister Pippa. This 60s style coat by Susannah was another elegant choice, reminiscent of styles worn by Jacqueline Kennedy in the days of Camelot. The outfit was a nice accompaniment to her sister, totally complimenting the look without upstaging her sister on what was her big day.
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