Kate Middleton Looks Elegant in a Short Pink Dress at Baby Archie's Christening
37-year-old Kate Middleton is keeping it nothing but stylish and simple as she adorned herself in a pink dress while attending her nephew's christening.
The Stella McCarthy collection is a pink knee-lenght long sleeve dress. Kate appears to be such a keeper, as reports have it that her little pink dress has been in her closet for about a decade, and the last time she rocked it was in 2018, at the Christmas lunch hosted by the Queen.
That was not all; she paired the look with a red colored headpiece by Juliette Botterill to hold back her lush of brunette hair. She also picked a similar color for her shoes.
The mother of three seemed to honor her mother-in-law and Archie's grandmother who's deceased, Princess Diana, by pinning some shimmery pearl earrings to her ears. These earrings were the same Collingwood pearl, Princess Diana wore in 1984 to Harry's christening!
While the Duke and Duchess of Sussex celebrated their newborn's christening in their Windsor castle privately, they stopped at nothing to ensure that significant members of their royal family were present.
The image which graced the internet saw the pack all in one shot, they were photographed by Chris Allerton, in a section known as the Green Room in the Windsor castle.
Prince Harry, his wife, Meghan Markle and their son, Archie occupied a chair in front of other family members such as, The Prince of Wales, sitting pretty to compliment him, was his wife, Camilla Parker Bowles, and Ms. Doria Ragland, Meghan's mother.
Lady Jane Fellowes and Lady Sarah McCorquodale, both women who are aunties of Harry's, stood directly behind Meghan. Then finally, Prince William, Archie's uncle, and his wife, Kate supporting him with a smile and a stunning attire!
This is not the first time a picture of Archie will be surfacing online; the new parents earlier shared on Instagram, a black and white photo of the Sussex pack.
The Royal event has been kept discreet, and the parents of the newborn have decided not to disclose the names of the baby's godparents. This move allegedly "upset the people who love them the most" according to the royal writer, Ingrid Seward.
The couple has come under the reeks of critics to maintain privacy after the public funded the 2.4million euro renovation of their new residence, Frogmore Cottage. However, they invited close-knit circle as guests for their event, and there are ongoing speculations that no celebrity would be a godparent to their child.
The family wanted specific members only that they had to move the christening when Prince Charles announced a possible absence. Although, the Queen was not present as she was away in Sandringham with Prince Philip on a vacation trip.
The event was officiated by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, and Archie wore a replica of the traditional Honiton lace christening gown which had been worn by over 62 blue blooded babies.
It's original was first worn in 1841, by Princess Victoria, and last worn by Lady Louise Windsor, the Queen's granddaughter in 2004.
Kate stopped at nothing to welcome Archie uniquely with her finesse. Go, Aunty!