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Changes in Kate Middleton show her confidence as a future Queen consort

Odette Odendaal
Nov 03, 2018
10:44 A.M.
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With Meghan Markle taking over the reins as ‘Princess in training’ Kate Middleton is making her transition into future Queen consort.

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When Kate Middleton returned from maternity leave after giving birth to Prince Louis, a change in both her and her fashion sense has been notable.

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Recently Kate wore a clinging off-the-shoulder Erdem midi from the SS19 collection that is best described as her most fashion-forward dress ever worn and seen for the first time on Kate, she pinned the Royal Family Order of Elizabeth II to her dress.

Her nude heels, prim neutral soft colored dresses once were synonymous when thinking of Kate’s fashion style.

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Celebrity stylist Rochelle White is of the opinion that Kate’s changing wardrobe reflect her more relaxed and confident nature, shaped by her 7 years of being a Duchess.

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Kate chose a ‘regal’ looking Alexander McQueen fishtail gown for her attendance of a state banquet at Buckingham Palace last week, Rochelle White added:

“She has been ‘princess in training’ for a while now, and now that Meghan has taken over the role, she is really starting to embrace her changing position. She looks relaxed and confident rocking this style of dress, which is very princess-esque, and shows off her silhouette post-baby.”

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Royal-watchers claim this is only the first change of many. Kate is playing around with various cut and colors in her wardrobe, something she has never done. She also seems more focused on her passion, helping children., and have been instrumental in adding early intervention with young children in schools on the Royals’ agenda.

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Duchess Kate has been getting back to her royal duties throughout the month of October, she paid a visit to London’s Imperial War Museum 11 days ahead of Armistice Day to view recently found letters about the three deceased brothers of her great-grandmother, Olive.

They fought and died in the First World War and were killed in action with two years of each other. Kate also met with curators, historians and fellow descendant of a First World War soldier and proudly wore The Royal British Legion’s Woman of The First World War Brooch ahead of Armistice Day.

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She went on to pay a visit to Coach Core Essex in Basildon, meeting with young coaching apprentices. During her visit to the Imperial War Museum, she stunned in Blue Sheath Dress. She had worn the dress at a previous engagement during her royal tour of Canada in 2016.

Kate wore nude heels and added a Mulberry England nude clutch, rounding off the accessories with a pair of sapphire earrings. Even though she has made her return to royal duties her primary focus will be on her own children throughout Autumn.

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