The travel restrictions after the COVID-19 pandemic have been eased, the Platinum year of the 70th anniversary of the Queen’s reign has officially begun. This is the time when members of the Royal Family take turns representing the UK on commemorative tours across the Commonwealth.
7 DAYS RADIANT WITH PRINCESS KATE MIDDLETON’S NEW FASHION EXPERIMENTS IN THE CARIBBEAN
Prince William and Duchess Kate Middleton recently kicked off their journey with a destination in the Caribbean. The Duchess’s luggage was selected according to the color scheme of the flags of Belize, Jamaica and the Bahamas.
As soon as she stepped off Goldson International Airport in Belize, the Duchess of Cambridge showed off her ingenious diplomacy with one of the blue outfits representing the colors of the Belize flag. Luxurious lace set from one of her favorite designers – Jenny Packham. Embellishing Kate’s beauty is the necklace and sapphire earrings of the late Princess Diana .
Still green, but this time a more brilliant transformation. The atmosphere of the traditional Garifuna festival at Hopkins brings a breath of fresh air. A floral print Tory Burch dress with puff sleeves and fluttering tiers was just part of the Caribbean dance, and a pair of fun statement earrings from Sézane were a surprise to rock the Duchess’s usual stereotypical style. .
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited an ancient Mayan relic in the Chiquibul Forest in Caracol, Belize. Kate Middleton transforms into a glamorous adventurer with dusty items from a variety of high street brands. When she moved to the British Army Training Support Unit (BATSUB) base, she put on a Scotch & Soda shirt to complete the definition of safari fashion.
After a long day of adventure, Princess Kate’s aura was added to the splendor of the party organized by the Governor-General of Belize to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. She shined in The Vampire’s Wife’s gorgeous evening gown , accented with O’nitaa crystal earrings and a Maya embroidered clutch.
The day couldn’t be more brilliant with oranges, yellows, blues and reds , all of which represent the flags of Belize and Jamaica. When she departed from Belize, Kate wore her vintage YSL shirt from her University days, still trendy and “on-trend” when teamed with white wide-leg pants and a Mulberry handbag. When she stepped off the Jamaican airport, however, the Duchess changed into a canary yellow Roksanda gown.
Visiting the town of Trench in Kingston, Jamaica, the Duchess slipped into a loose bohemian flared gown that’s perfect for a busy day of meetings with locals. This is a vintage item from the ’50s from the Willow Hilson Vintage shop in Cheltenham.
On the fifth day of her visit, the Duchess visited a university and had a meeting with the prime minister of Jamaica and his wife. She appeared elegant in an ivory white Alexander McQueen suit, combined with an orange Ridley London blouse. In addition, the accessory that contributes significantly to highlighting the classic style is the meticulously woven and beaded orange wallet that “stormed” the 60s .
On the same day, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended a dinner party hosted by the Governor-General of Jamaica in Kingston. The Duchess wore an emerald green dress design representing the Jamaican flag. The dress is custom-tailored with low shoulders , heel length, waist belt and sequins . More specifically, the Duchess also wears the Royal Medal and GCVO Star, which she was presented with by the Queen on her 8th wedding anniversary.
On their last day in Jamaica, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended a Jamaica Defense Forces Parade in Kingston. Kate wore an Alexander McQueen lace gown with a square neckline and graceful puffy sleeves reminiscent of Princess Diana.
Yellow was worn on arrival, so the greeting for Jamaica is presented in a cool green color. The highlight is a Hummingbird Brooch brooch from Queen Elizabeth II, a gift from Jamaica to her in 2002. The hummingbird is also the country’s iconic bird. Similar to her last visit to the Bahamas, the third and final leg of her Caribbean tour, the Duchess switched to a turquoise Emilia Wickstead gown with a creative plunging neckline.
The weather couldn’t get in the way of the Duchess of Cambridge’s style journey either. Visiting Sybil Strachan Elementary School in Nassau, Bahamas, she was still fresh in a mint green Self-Portrait dress with jewelry by Bahamian designer Nadia Irena.
Taking advantage of the first sailing race in the Bahamas since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Kate recharges herself with a dynamic yet elegant sporty style. A Gill Marine polo shirt , chino shorts, leather belt and a pair of Superga sneakers are more than enough to step onto the yacht in style.
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