Queen Elizabeth II will throw an event for the Dukes and Duchess of Cambridge in celebration of the 40th anniversary of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s birthday, both held in January. So says The Mirror about this edition.
Today, Prince William turns 40. Queen Elizabeth II has given permission for him to host the celebration at Windsor Castle and Sandringham Manor.
According to royal sources, it was decided that William (and Kate) should celebrate their milestone birthdays with style.
The Prince of Wales, the Duchess and Duchess of Cornwall, and the Queen will attend Kate and William’s party. If she feels well, the Queen may also join the celebration.
In 2000, a Windsor Castle party was held to celebrate the 40th birthdays of Prince Andrew and Princess Anne’s 50th birthdays. Princess Anne and Princess Margaret were 70 years old, while Prince William was 18th.
It was reported that the first lady from France was in the first row of the French Fashion Institute’s show of bachelors in fashion design. WWD reported it.
Bridget Macron wore a Louis Vuitton blazer in white, black trousers and a Prada bag in black and white to attend the fashion event. Bridget toured the exhibition that students had prepared and listened to their stories before the show.
32 collections were showcased at the first show for third-year students at the French Fashion Institute. 71 people contributed to the creation of these collections.
Future designers discussed race issues, masculinity cars of the seventies, protests of French students in 1968 and other topics.
Brigitte Merkel was not the only important guest. Marie Claire Daveu, Director for sustainable development at Kering, Bruno Pawlowski (President of Chanel’s Fashion Direction), Isabelle Maran, and Marie-Claire Daveu were also there.