Duchess Kate: She wears a white dress again

Duchess Kate
She’s wearing a white dress again

Kate has worn Alexander McQueen’s white dress several times – this time to a church service.

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Duchess Kate has recycled another white Alexander McQueen dress. This time she wore the outfit to a church service.

Duchess Kate (40) has again recycled a white Alexander McQueen dress that she has worn on various occasions. This time she beamed in the outfit when she appeared at a service at Westminster Abbey with her husband Prince William (39). She combined a matching headband by milliner Jane Taylor with the white coat dress, as reported by the “Daily Mail”.. She also wore black pumps, a black clutch and white pearl earrings that belonged to Princess Diana (1961-1997).

She first wore the dress to Charlotte’s christening

Alexander McQueen’s white coat dress is one of the Duchess’ favorites. Kate first wore the gown to the christening of her daughter, Princess Charlotte, 6, in 2015. The following year, she pulled it out of the closet for Queen Elizabeth II’s, 96, birthday parade. She then chose the dress in 2017 when she attended memorial services for the victims of the First World War with William in Belgium.

This time, as in 2017, Duchess Kate had put on a brooch in the shape of a red poppy to match the occasion. The memorial service at Westminster Abbey was held to mark Anzac Day, which honors soldiers from Australia and New Zealand who died in World War I. The poppy is meant to commemorate those who died in the war.


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