Kate Middleton cradles Louis in her arms in the same polka dress as Meghan’s wedding guest
The Duchess of Cambridge is spotted wearing the same polka-dot dress that one of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s guest wore at their wedding in May.
Kate Middleton looked gorgeous as she carried her youngest child, Prince Louis, for the Royal family’s recent portrait shoot to mark Prince Charles’ 70th birthday. The family all wore shades of blue for the photo session.
The photo included, Prince Charles, Camilla Parker-Bowles, Prince William, Middleton, and their three children, Prince Harry, and Markle.
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Even though royal fans gushed over the children’s cuteness, what gained more attention was the fact that Middleton was wearing the same blue, polka-dot, Alessandra Rich dress that Markle’s close friend, Abigail Spencer, wore during the royal wedding.
Middleton wore the dress plainly while Spencer matched it with a black belt, handbag, nude heels, and a netted fascinator.
The dress was part of Rich’s Spring/ Summer 2018 collection and had been reportedly sold out. The outfit is said to have cost $1,400.
Royal fans first saw Middleton’s dress when one of the portraits were shown in BBC’s documentary, “Prince, Son and Heir: Charles at 70.”
Recently, Clarence House also released two more portraits from the photoshoot right before Prince Charles’ birthday, which was on November 14. People also shared some of the family photos.
On his actual birthday, Prince Charles, his family, and together with members of other royal families from all over Europe celebrated with a banquet at Buckingham Palace.
I saw Abigail Spencer was at the royal wedding and my immediate thought was "Oh no! Rittenhouse is going to sabotage the wedding!"— Andy Weir (@andyweirauthor) May 21, 2018
Or maybe they plan to attack Priyanka Chopra so Lucy is keeping an eye on her. pic.twitter.com/MQccIjbFhr
Meanwhile, Prince Charles also wanted the public to celebrate his birthday with him by creating a website with Google Arts and Culture, where anyone from all over the world can take a virtual trip and tour the Clarence House.
The website features the house, the gardens, and all the artworks inside Prince Charles’ home.