The Royal Family (minus the Queen) got together recently for Prince Louis‘ christening in the Chapel Royal at St. James’ Palace. While many we’re focused on the royal baby, many also noticed that the Duchess of Cambridge was wearing Alexander McQueen once again.
Kate Middleton wore a cream dress with peaked demi-leg-o-mutton sleeves and plunging neckline to match Louis’ lace frock. She topped off her outfit with a floral Jane Taylor hat. If you noticed, Kate has a penchant for wearing Alexander McQueen for all three of her kids’ christenings.
For Prince George’s christening in 2013, Kate wore a cream ruffled dress. And during Princess Charlotte’s christening in 2015, she went for a white coat and dress set—similar to what she wore during the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s royal wedding.
According to Vogue, Kate has been turning to Sarah Burton, creative director of Alexander McQueen, “for her most special occasions since she famously came down the aisle wearing a long-sleeve lace dress by the brand in 2011.” So don’t be surprised anymore when you see Kate wear Alexander McQueen pieces regularly.
Now, we shall leave you with the first family photo of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their three kids. Enjoy the cuteness!
[Vogue and BBC News]
Photo courtesy of Shutterstock via Harper’s Bazaar
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