Another suit moment from the Duchess of Cambridge! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge stepped out in London to celebrate Windrush Day with Prince William in a traditional white suit.
To celebrate Afro-Caribbean migrants to the United Kingdom, Kate, 40, and William, 40, unveiled the National Windrush Monument on Wednesday, June 22. The Duchess of Cambridge wore a white blazer and wide-leg Alexander McQueen trousers for the occasion.
Her white blouse, pointed-toe shoes, and Mulberry tiny bag completed the monochromatic combination. Kate finished off her look with a pair of Chalk dangle earrings.
After a pink Alexander McQueen outfit was worn by Kate on June 16, the all-white moment comes. A pink jacket and fitted pants were all that the Duchess of Cambridge needed for her first roundtable conversation on behalf of The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood that day.
Kate wore a crisp white top underneath the outerwear piece, which had sharp paneling. She wore blush-colored suede shoes on her feet.
The Duchess of Cambridge is a fan of McQueen’s designs. She has worn a number of iconic pieces from the label over the years, including her lace wedding gown in 2011, the coat dress she wore to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding in 2018; and the exquisite silk blush number she wore to her younger sister Pippa Middleton’s 2017 nuptials.
Later this month, the Duchess of Cambridge donned a McQueen gown at Trooping the Colour for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee on June 2.
When Kate isn’t donning McQueen outfits, she’s wearing Alessandra Rich. It was on June 17 that Kate chose an Alessandra Rich long-sleeved polka-dot dress to memorialize her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana, at the 2022 Royal Ascot.
The dress, which had a belt around the waist and buttons on the shoulders, was reminiscent of Diana’s Ascot look from 1988.
The Duchess of Cambridge, who is married to Prince William, has three children: Prince George, eight; Princess Charlotte, seven; and Prince Louis, four.
In April, royal insider Bethan Holt told Us Weekly exclusively, “Many of the things that we see the Duchess of Cambridge doing today are things that she’s learned from the queen.” “The queen influenced Kate’s taste in skirts in a big way…. “The new generation of royals is acutely aware of the queen’s legacy,” says one royal insider.