On Thursday, June 23, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge unveiled their first official photograph. An emerald-green gown by The Vampire’s Wife and matching Manolo Blahnik satin shoes in the same color by the British artist Jamie Coreth were on display at Cambridge University’s Fitzwilliam Museum when the photograph was unveiled.
Elegant flappers of the 1920s would be proud of Middleton’s emerald silk dress by Falconetti, which flows wonderfully over her figure at the bodice before extending into a mid-length skirt. Enhancing the gown’s allure, the gown has three-quarter-length sleeves and an elegant hem.
The first time Kate Middleton wore it was on St. Patrick’s Day in 2020, during a vacation to Dublin with Prince William. Several of the late Princess Diana’s green dresses are evocative of this one, including the iridescent Graham Wren ball gown she wore to see Prince Charles perform in 1982 and the shimmering Catherine Walker maxi she wore to the premiere of “The Hunt for Red October” in 1990.
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Middleton regularly pays respect to her late mother-in-law by way of elegant outfits based on Princess Diana‘s style moments. In fact, this week she wore a pink Catherine Walker outfit and then a white Alexander McQueen suit and gilded earrings to pay homage to the Princess of Wales.
She wore a pearl bracelet trio, a pair of pearl drop earrings, and a pearl brooch atop her heart in her photo attire. Her long, wavy hair fell over her shoulders as she posed for the photograph.
The artwork is beautiful, and you can purchase the dress and shoes Middleton wore.
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