The Caribbean tour Prince Guillermo (39 years old) and Kate Middleton (40) has ended this Saturday, March 26. After a week in which they have toured several countries such as Belize or Jamaica with the aim of uniting ties with the Commonwealth countries, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have said goodbye with a gala dinner An appointment that took place at the Gran Hyatt Baha Mar hotel in Nassau, capital of the Bahamas, and in which the daughter-in-law of charles of england (73) has once again become the protagonist thanks to her styling.
Kate, who has surprised throughout the tour Thanks to a neat suitcase, she has done it once again thanks to a flattering ice blue dress. A British design Philippa Lepley, known for its wedding dresses. Greek cut and made to measure for her, this elegant piece has a most original cut thanks to its pronounced waist and wide skirt, in addition to the straps finished in bows. A dress fit for a princess that the Duchess has combined with a matching satin handbag, signed by Lulu Guinness, and silver stilettos.
As for the jewels, on this occasion she has not used the impressive jewelery box of the British Royal Family and has worn the engagement ring that she inherited from her mother-in-law, Diana of Wales, next to a set of mother-of-pearl from Van Cleef & Arpels. Matching earrings and pendant that she already wore during the 2020 Bafta awards and that belong to the collection Magic Alhambra. Prince William, for his part, wore a blazer blue velvet with wide lapels and a large matching bow tie.
As for Middleton’s dress, the comparisons have not been long in coming and there are those who have seen a great resemblance between the princess dress that she has worn in Nassau and the look that Grace Kelly wore at the 1954 Oscars, when she received the award for ‘Best Actress’ for the film the anguish of living.
On Saturday, March 26, one day after the reception, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge returned to the United Kingdom, putting an end to this official trip in the framework of the Platinum Jubilee of the Queen isabel II (95). Although Kate’s outfits and the images of complicity between the couple have marked many of the days, the tour It has also been marked by controversy.
In Belize, the first country they visited on their tour of the Caribbean, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had to face protests of the population of Indian Creek, which forced them to suspend one of the visits. In Jamaica, the second destination they traveled to, the Prime Minister, Andrew Holness, clarified that although he was grateful for the arrival of Kate and Guillermo, the island intends to fulfill its true ambitions “as a prosperous independent developed country”.
Apart from these difficulties, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been close and fun. In each nation they have visited, they have also enjoyed endless activities that have left spectacular photographs. On their tour of the Caribbean and the Atlantic, Kate Middleton and Prince William have visited Mayan ruins, have dived and have even enjoyed music reggae
The Duchess of Cambridge, in addition, has given what to speak for her studied styles. Kate has chosen a striking color palette – cobalt blue, emerald green, canary yellow or ice blue – with which she has paid homage to the countries visited. In Jamaica, moreover, she was surprised to wear a spectacular white dress that reminded her of the style that Queen Elizabeth II wore in 1954, during her visit to Sydney, Australia.
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Kate Middleton Says Goodbye to the Caribbean Tour in a Princess Dress