Afraid the paparazzi wouldn't see you, Kate?
Prince William, on the other hand, continues to dress like my dad.
Kate Middleton made an appearance at Kensington Palace this afternoon (and a double decker bus?) in celebration of Britain's Remembrance Day aka Poppy Day! And per usual, she wore clothes and looked pretty.
Kate Middleton and the royal baby bump stepped out today in a peachy new outfit. Plus, we finally get to hear her speak, in a new TV broadcast message. (Video right this way...)
Kate Middleton may have worn a custom Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen wedding gown to marry Prince William, but she's a commoner at heart. She's no
The UK celebrated the Queen's Jubilee in London this past weekend with a huge flotilla on the Thames. The Royals and commoners alike came out in ful
And more LK Bennett, if you can believe it! As promised, the royal couple donned matching white Stetson cowboy hats to attend a rodeo in Calgary yes
Kate Middleton and Prince William are still in Canada, and yesterday Kate went a little bit casual, sporting a pair of J Brand navy twill jeans (buy them HERE!!!!) and a button down olive blouse. This morning, she kept on the J Brands, but switched to a ruffled top from By Malene Birger, her Smythe blazer, and those now-infamous LK Bennett wedges.
You know those black patent espadrille wedges that Kate Middleton loves so much she was seen in them immediately before and after her wedding? They're by Brit label L.K. Bennett and the shoes are the latest in a string of items made golden by the Duchess of Cambridge. First it was that blue Issa dress she wore to her official engagement announcement, then it was the white ruffle Reiss dress she wore in her official engagement portraits shot by Mario Testino. And of course, her Sarah Burton for McQueen wedding dress has already spawned countless knockoffs. Middleton's stand-by L.K. Bennett Greta wedges (£150) are now being reissued and appropriately renamed 'The Kate.'