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Today’s royal outfit: Princess Kate and safe thrift

There Princess Kate lights up with sequins Buckingham Palace with a designer pink sequin dress Jenny Packham. More than an outfit, a glow that leaves the mark of her passage as the royal greets the diplomats present at the annual reception hosted at the palace.

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If you think you’ve seen that ensemble before, Lover’s Knot tiara and chandelier earrings included, you’re right. Kate replicates the same look she showed off without making any changes wedding of Prince Hussein of Jordan and Rajwa Al Saif.

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After last week’s experiments, the Princess of Wales choose the safety of a guaranteed used one. In the United Kingdom the storm unleashed by the revelations of Endgamethe book of Omid Scobie which in the Dutch translation would accuse Kate of having made comments on the Archie’s skin color.

If for the Royal Variety Performance last Thursday she had teased the photographers’ lens with a dress Safiyaa which seemed stolen from the girl’s wardrobe Duchess Meghanfor the four-way commitment with the diplomats does not seem interested in any fuss.

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The royal shows off a creation by Safiyaa, a brand dear to her sister-in-law, in a color that recalls that of the flag of the country of the special guest, the very elegant Victoria of Sweden. A dress like many, if there weren’t family feuds in the middle

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The Princes of Wales, accused in the controversial book of being in competition with the King and Queen, here show that they are perfectly in line. The light emanating from Kate does not overpower either Charles III neither Camillawho opts for a brand new white dress designed by Fiona Clare and the tiara preferred by Queen Elizabeththe Girls of Great Britain and Irelandofficially in its treasure chest for only a few weeks.

Kate in Jenny Packham with Prince William at the diplomatic reception at Buckingham Palace.

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The sovereign also continues to draw from her mother-in-law’s collection. A devant de corsage never seen before makes a beautiful display on her dress. It would be a piece that belonged to the Queen Mother.

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For the reception with the Mayor of London the Queen opens her mother-in-law’s treasure chest: she shows it off for the first time Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara, a tiara that characterized the late Queen’s reign

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Jenny Packham is one of the brands that Princess Kate relies on for important events. The dress shown off at the diplomatic reception is a certainty from several points of view. The running-in began before Jordanian royal wedding. In fact, the royal owns that same model in dark green as we saw in 2019 on the tour of Pakistan and two years later at Royal Variety Performance.

The pink version allows you to better enhance the details thanks to the contrast created by the crystals around the neckline and around the waist. A curiosity: that same dress was shown off by the princess Mary of Denmark for an interview given on the occasion of his 50th birthday and for the official portrait taken for the anniversary.

Details of the Jenny Packham dress worn by the Princess of Wales.

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This time, together with Carlo and Camilla, Kate respects her role in the hierarchy, taking care not to make headlines as happened, for example, during the visit of the president of South Korea Yoon Suk Yeol.

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The royal welcomes the president of South Korea Yoon Suk with a diva look that, despite herself, also takes a sexy turn as she gets out of the car. An unusual “accident” for Kate, usually very attentive to photographers’ lenses

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When getting out of the car, the fiery red cape opened too much, generously showing the princess’s legs. Obviously that day, all that was talked about was this, with all due respect to the sovereign and his guest. For the diplomatic reception instead i Fab Four they therefore show themselves as a united, scandal-proof team. A team that at least, for one night, didn’t fight (even) over clothes.

Kate with the Lover’s Knot tiara at the diplomatic reception.

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Kate lights up the room while talking to the guests with her sparkling outfit.

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Source: Vanity Fair

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