Kate Middleton wore a snow-white: Official events can make you look attractive and beautiful. Kate Middleton quickly proved this. It is true that Kate Middleton, a royal, will never indulge in excess and won’t wear frivolous clothes.
The Duchess of Cambridge is a master at choosing images that highlight her slim figure while still looking elegant and formal.
Kate’s recent appearance in London at the opening ceremony for a monument to Windrush pioneers who arrived in the UK following the Second World War is the best evidence of this.
The Duchess was accompanied by her beloved husband at Waterloo Station. He wore a classic suit for the visit.
Kate herself chose an elegant, snow-white suit with slightly flared pants and a fitted coat to highlight her beautiful figure.
She also bought matching pumps and a mini handbag. Gorgeous large earrings completed the ensemble.
A previous post stated that Prince George was following in the footsteps his relatives. Several British tabloids had published similar headlines the day before.
The eight-year-old son of the Duke of Cambridge was the first to support the values of “green” organisations, as Princes William, Charles and Philip did before him.
To raise funds for Tusk’s social movement, the Dukes’ eldest son has held a charity bake-off. He advocates for protecting the planet from global warming and pollution as well as the preservation of biological diversity.
Charles Mayhew, the founder of the organisation, is a close friend of Prince William. He has now taken over the role of trustee for the environmental initiative.
Charles informed the media that Prince George had donated the money to the foundation. He also included a note asking them to make use of it to help endangered species in Africa.
The boy was able to raise enough money for his family, and neither did the head of Tusk or the representatives of Buckingham Palace.