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Garden Party Styles Worn by the Princess of Wales – What Kate Wore

Hello-Hello, and welcome to another What Kate Wore post. We'll begin with observances commemorating the 80th Anniversary of the D-Day landings at Normandy. The King, Queen, and Prince of Wales participated in ceremonies at Portsmouth, the home of the Royal Navy. Veterans of Operation Overlord, the largest amphibious invasion in the history of warfare, were guests of honor at the National Commemoration Event. Below, RAF veteran Albert William Westgate. Joe Randall, another RAF veteran, is welcomed to the ceremony. Here you see veteran Roy Howard, who was wounded in the landing, losing both of his legs below the knee. The BBC reports, He said he represented all the “men and women who put their lives on hold to go and fight for democracy and this country.” Another vet at today's commemoration. The King addressed those gathered in Portsmouth. More from The Telegraph's coverage.  He acknowledged that today, 80 years on, it was “near impossible” to imagine the sheer terror and anxiety that faced the hundreds of thousands who took part in the Normandy landings. The King said: “At this remove, eight decades later, it is a near impossible task to imagine the emotion of that day: the pride of being part of so great an enterprise, the anxiety of in some way not coming up to scratch, and the fear of that day being their last.” Today's ceremonies clearly moved the King and Queen. The Prince of Wales also spoke at the ceremony. Here is a portion of his remarks.  We will always remember those who served and those who waved them off. The mothers and fathers, brothers and sisters, sons and daughters who watched their loved ones go into battle, unsure if they would ever return. Many of those that took up arms had never seen combat before, some were still only in their teens. In their letters and diaries we see their great strength. The Prince spoke with veterans before the ceremony got underway.  This is an event the Princess of Wales would typically have attended. When asked how she was doing, Prince William said, She's doing very well. ‘She would’ve loved to be here today’ The Prince of Wales speaking when asked about The Princess of Wales 🤍 pic.twitter.com/JP3J4Jfj5I — Imperial Material ♚ (@royalistinusa) June 5, 2024 More from this Telegraph article.  He was asked by Geoffrey Weaving, aged 100, how the Princess of Wales was faring with her cancer treatment and replied: “Yes, she is getting better, yes. She would have loved to be here today. “I was reminding everyone how her grandmother served at Bletchley, so she had quite a bit in common with some of the ladies here who were at Bletchley. They never spoke about anything until the very end – it was all very secret.” You may remember the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attending 70th Anniversary events at Normandy on June 6, 2014. Yesterday, UK veterans, ages 99 and 100, gathered at Sword Beach. Sword Beach was one of five beaches where Allied troops landed 80 years ago tomorrow. Here, veteran Peter Newton is talking with Cpl. Paul Squires. Veteran Donald Jones.  Mr. Jones was reported to be overcome by the gratitude expressed to him by people at the beach. This afternoon the Princess Royal, Patron of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, took part in a ceremony at Bayeux Cathedral in France.  Tonight every grave at Bayeux War Cemetery in Normandy was illuminated. It is the largest Second World War cemetery of Commonwealth soldiers in France.  The Princess Royal was at the cemetery for tonight's commemorative service.  The scene at an event tonight above the Portsmouth Naval Memorial.  Embed from Getty Imageswindow.gie=window.gie||function(c){(gie.q=gie.q||[]).push(c)};gie(function(){gie.widgets.load({id:'jlXWldIKSHF5LuDBrlCK9A',sig:'s9n6mtBD6PA9fNrwfzURxdnl2uNceyq1KR1X2JUZowM=',w:'594px',h:'396px',items:'2155610812',caption: true ,tld:'com',is360: false })}); There is a lengthy list of D-Day 80 events taking place tomorrow in France and throughout the UK. The King is in France this evening ahead of tomorrow's British Normandy Memorial at Ver-sur-Mer. We'll close this section of the post with a video covering the Portsmouth ceremony earlier today.  An honour to commemorate the 80th anniversary of D-Day this week, starting today in Portsmouth. For the incredible bravery of the Allied veterans we say thank you - we owe our freedom to heroes like you. #DDay80 pic.twitter.com/kqmzOKgsuZ — The Prince and Princess of Wales (@KensingtonRoyal) June 5, 2024  +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ We now turn to our review of garden party ensembles worn by the Princess of Wales. She attended her First Garden Party in May 2012. She repeated an Emilia Wickstead dress for the occasion. The designer's Alice dress featured a fitted bodice, squared neckline, concealed off-center front closure, inset waistband, and a full pleated skirt. The Duchess debuted a new hat by Jane Corbett that showcased a broad brim, lace trim on the underside, and a bow detail atop and below the brim. She wore a pair of double-drop pearl earrings that I believe are still UFO (Unidentified Fashion Object). The Duchess carried her Natalie Clutch and wore her Sledge Pumps, both by LK Bennett. The dress was worn to the late Queen's Diamond Jubilee Luncheon at Windsor Castle the previous week. We saw another Emilia Wickstead design on the Duchess at a May 2013 garden party.  The Duchess was expecting Prince George. The Duchess wore a modified version of the designer’s Marella coat, named after Italian socialite and art collector Marella Agnelli, née Princess Donna Marella Caracciolo di Castagneto. The silk coat from the Spring/Summer 2013 collection featured an abstract yellow and white pattern, three-quarter-length sleeves, and a collarless neckline. The Duchess wore her hair partially pulled back.  Her creamy percher-style hat by Jane Corbett featured an intricate bow detail. It was initially worn in June 2012 for Order of the Garter. Additional accessories for the Duchess include her Fifth Avenue Clutch and Park Avenue Pumps, both items by Russell & Bromley. And her Annoushka Pearl Drops suspended from her Kiki McDonough Diamond Hoops.  The following year, 2014, the Duchess opted for an Alexander McQueen design.  The knee-length dress used a basic sheath as the foundation for the garment, showcasing exquisite lace atop an ivory base. It had long sleeves, a modified boat neckline, and eyelash lace at the hem, sleeves, and neckline. The dress color was referred to by many different names, including beige, gold, caramel, eggshell, blush pink, and others. (I call it ‘champagne.’)  The dress was first worn for the 2012 Jubilee National Service of Thanksgiving at St. Paul’s Cathedral. On that occasion, the Duchess wore a band at the waist. The Duchess wore her hair partially pulled back and chose another Jane Corbett chapeau for the party. The milliner noted in her blog, The new hat was specifically designed to be worn with the beautiful Alexander McQueen lace dress that HRH has worn previously. She brought back the Kiki McDonough Diamond Hoops and the Annoushka Pearl Drops, along with her Fifth Avenue Clutch. The shoes were another Russell and Bromley design, their Fifth Avenue pumps. We saw another Alexander McQueen design when the Duchess attended a May 2016 garden party. Another view.  This was the first time the Duke and Duchess attended one of the parties together; the Duchess flew solo at the previous parties. Many recognized the ensemble immediately. It was the Alexander McQueen and Jane Taylor look worn for Prince George’s christening in October 2013. Here you see the ready-to-wear version of the ruffled jacket and a straight skirt on the left, and the Duchess with Prince George in 2013. The Duchess's jacket was modified and featured fewer ruffles. The Duchess wore her hair up. She repeated the Georgie hat by Jane Taylor worn in 2013. Ms. Taylor described the piece as a “sophisticated sinamay beret with delicate silk organza rose and classic veiling trim.” This event brought the debut of Gianvito Rossi's 105 Pumps in the Praline colorway. The Duchess also carried an LK Bennett clutch, the Nina style. The Duchess wore the same Kiki McDonough hoops and Annoushka pearl drops noted earlier in this post. The Duchess attended another 2016 garden party, this one at Hillsborough Castle in Northern Ireland.  Prince William was also on hand at this function. This was another look many recognized, anchored by the Duchess's Day Birger et Mikkelsen brocade coat. Featuring a subtle gold paisley pattern, it had a single-breasted silhouette with flap pockets, off-center three-button fastening, and princess seams. I believe this was the fifth time the Duchess wore the coat. Lady Carrickfergus (as she is titled in Northern Ireland) accessorized with a new hat by Lock and Company, the Morning Rose Perching Hat. She brought back her Nina Clutch and Fern pumps, both by LK Bennett. The Duchess also wore the Irish Guards’ Shamrock Brooch as well as new earrings that were a customized version of Kiki McDonough’s Eden Diamond Flower Drop Earrings, with citrines instead of lemon quartz stones. When attending a May 2017 garden party, the Duchess of Cambridge was in a Christopher Kane coat.  It was a piece worn on previous occasions.  The fitted design was a bespoke style crafted of ice-blue eau de nil satin. It featured multiple gores front and back, with four panels per side. There was also a covered front placket, vertical front pockets, a self-belt, and notched lapels. The coat was initially worn in 2012 for the Opening Ceremony of the London Games. The Duchess wore it again in June 2014 for Order of the Garter ceremonies. The Duchess's hat was the Sweet Delight” style by Lock and Co; it was paired with this coat for the 2014 Order of the Garter events. Accessories included the Duchess's vintage beaded clutch by Josef and her Gianvito Rossi 105 Praline Pumps. She also had on the Blue Topaz and Diamond earrings by Kiki McDonough.  The Duchess chose a soft pink Alexander McQueen coatdress for a May 2019 garden party at Buckingham Palace. The Cambridges chatting with guests. The design was double-breasted with slightly raised shoulders and pleats at the front and back. A Juliette Botterill in matching pink topped off the look. The always-on-top-of-things experts at the Royal Hats site noted it was a ...percher in pale pink straw. The hat is trimmed with a pale pink rose, feather and silk abacca ruffles both on top and below the raised edge of the hat. The Duchess wore her Gianvito Rossi 105 Praline Pumps and carried her Loeffler Randall clutch.  She had on the Collingwood diamond and pearl drop earrings that belonged to Diana, Princess of Wales.  The Duchess chose a vibrant coral or salmon Emilia Wickstead design for a garden party in May 2022.  The Duchess greeting guests.  The design showcased a fit and flare silhouette with a pleated skirt, peak lapels, strong shoulders, set-in waistband, and concealed off-center front closure. It is a favored Emilia Wickstead style worn by the Duchess in other colors.  The Duchess wore her hair up.  We saw the return of Jane Taylor’s ‘Lyssa’ hat, a style first worn in 2017 at Trooping the Colour, as shown below right. The product description notes it has swerving abaca pleats in tonal shades, which emphasise its depth and intricacy. The Duchess repeated her Rebecca Heels in 'Makeup pink' suede ($595) by Emmy London and her vintage Josef clutch. The Duchess also wore earrings by Kiki McDonough. In some photos, they look like the Morganite Cushion Drops; in others, they look like the White Topaz Cushion Drops. The hoops and gemstones are set in white gold. The Duchess attended a second garden party in May 2022.  The look was built around a soft, floaty aqua dress. The Duchess speaking with Holocaust survivor Manfred Goldberg and his wife.  Kensington Palace said a private dressmaker created the dress. Design elements included a pie crust collar, button-front bodice, set-in waistband, bishop sleeves, and a full-flowing skirt. A closer look at the high, ruffled collar, the self-covered buttons with loop fasteners, full sleeves coming to a fitted cuff, and slightly puffed sleeves. It was first worn for a March 2019 reception marking the fiftieth Anniversary of Prince Charles’s investiture as Prince of Wales. The Duchess wore her hair partially up. She sported a new hat by Philip Treacy.  It was similar to the Philip Treacy design first seen at the May 2018 wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex (shown below right), then worn again at Trooping the Colour in June 2019 (below left). She carried a bag by Hobbs, the British retailer's Evesham Clutch ($155), and appeared to be wearing a pair of Jimmy Choo Romy heels in green suede.  Her earrings looked like the Aquamarine Delicate Orb style ($183) by Carousel Jewels, a UK-based company. They are done in sterling silver with 22k gold plating. Our final look covers separates worn for the Princess of Wales's first garden party with her new title. The Prince and Princess of Wales acted as hosts on behalf of the King. The event was in May of last year.  The look was familiar for most readers, centered on separates by Elie Saab.  The ensemble was made up of a modified version of the designer's Macramé Pussy Bow Top ($125) and Embroidered Tulle Skirt ($3100). The top is crafted of a cotton/poly/silk blend fabric and features a relaxed fit, button front, and partial lining. The skirt is done in matching tulle fabric with embroidered dots; it has an A-line silhouette and is lined. The blouse changes included a switch from short to long sleeves and the addition of a solid fabric cuff. The macrame trim on the sleeves is vertical, running the length of the sleeve, as opposed to being a horizontal border at the hem. The bow was also shortened. A better view of the fabric.  The ensemble was first seen at Royal Ascot in June 2019.  The Philip Treacy hat was also worn to Ascot in 2019. It was described at that time by the Royal Hats site as pale blue sinamay, the oval-shaped formed saucer is trimmed with silk flowers beneath the raised side of the brim. Accessories included the Elie Saab Abat-Jour Metallic and Leather Clutch and silver metallic Gianvito Rossi pumps.  The Princess brought back her 'Lola' Blue Topaz and Diamond Hoops by royal favorite Kiki McDonough. A montage covering all ten ensembles.  By the numbers:  8 of 10 looks were repeats 3 ensembles showcased Emilia Wickstead's designs 3 featured Alexander McQueen styles

The Princess of Wales Returns to Public Life Wearing Jenny Packham and Phillip Treacy – What Kate Wore

The Princess of Wales returned to public life today as she attended Trooping the Colour. This was her first engagement in six months. It follows her public statement in March explaining her cancer diagnosis and preventative chemotherapy treatment. Today's appearance was not a surprise, as the Princess updated her health condition and plans for the next several months in a social media post yesterday. Her schedule is going to remain very limited but she hopes to undertake a few engagements in the next several months, depending upon how she is feeling. Here you see the King and Queen in the Scottish State Coach on their way to Horse Guards Parade. Trooping the Colour is also known as the King's Birthday Parade. Members of the Wales family rode in the Glass State Coach. In this video from Kensington Palace, you can see the family at Buckingham Palace waiting for the carriage.  All set for The King's Birthday Parade! pic.twitter.com/jbangtZvA3 — The Prince and Princess of Wales (@KensingtonRoyal) June 15, 2024 You can see the Princess, Prince Louis, and Princess Charlotte in this image, but Prince George is not visible. A smile from Prince George. And a wave from Princess Charlotte. Prince Louis having a giggle.  In this quick video, you see other members of the Royal Family getting into their carriages.  Members of the Royal Family leaving Buckingham Palace earlier today to travel to Horse Guards Parade for #TroopingtheColour. pic.twitter.com/wqnI8OzsRI — The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) June 15, 2024 The Duchess of Edinburgh in the No.1 Barouche, where she was joined by her daughter, Lady Louise, and the Duke of Kent. The Duchess of Gloucester in her carriage.  Embed from Getty Imageswindow.gie=window.gie||function(c){(gie.q=gie.q||[]).push(c)};gie(function(){gie.widgets.load({id:'2m8N_NJYQJpnWilaPSXURw',sig:'I2fGwmLLLLxVSlxr6qc07WuN9QZhE2fTQ14qksBTF6Y=',w:'454px',h:'594px',items:'2157003435',caption: true ,tld:'com',is360: false })}); If wondering why royal family members are not in open carriages, here is the explanation. At times during the event, it was cold, wet, and windy. Unfortunately, the heavens opened during the trip to Horse Guards Parade. The No.1 Barouche is not fully enclosed.  Embed from Getty Imageswindow.gie=window.gie||function(c){(gie.q=gie.q||[]).push(c)};gie(function(){gie.widgets.load({id:'wgqG8gA2SvxWBoXSQsY0kQ',sig:'-euVyG77E_n2U0ZQbyBMJz3RUQkj87sgrTvuaICnDO0=',w:'594px',h:'406px',items:'2157684028',caption: true ,tld:'com',is360: false })}); Nor is the No. 2 Barouche, with Sir Tim Laurence in the uncovered portion of the carriage. Also traveling in this carriage were the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester. Another view of the King in the Scottish State Coach with the Queen. The Princess waved to the crowds.  Another image of Princess Charlotte.  One more photo of the King. Last year, the King attended the event on horseback, but using a vehicle made more sense given his cancer treatment and recovery. More about today's ceremony via The Telegraph's coverage.  Not to be confused with the King’s natural birthday in November, when he will turn 76, the ceremony is an annual tradition dating back to 1760 and the reign of George III, who was born in June. It will be His Majesty’s duty to take the salute as over a thousand soldiers and hundreds of horses and musicians march in what is easily the most colourful and impressive of all Royal events – save the Coronation itself. This year, the Irish Guards will “troop” or display their uniform and insignia colours for the King, who is Colonel in Chief of the seven Guards regiments of the Household Division. Here is a video of the Wales family arriving at Horse Guards Parade.  Prince Louis, Prince George, Princess Charlotte.. and the Princess of Wales arriving at Horse Guards pic.twitter.com/E0poS88Tck — Matt Wilkinson (@MattSunRoyal) June 15, 2024 This year the King inspected his troops from the carriage before heading to the viewing stand. The King and Queen then walked to the reviewing stand, while the Princess and children headed inside to the Major General's office to watch the event with other family members.  And then it was time for the parade.  The Royal Family website explains that As is tradition, The King wore the tunic of the Guard of Honour Order, the Irish Guards. The Sovereign always wears the uniform of whichever Regiment’s Colour is being trooped. During the parade, the King’s Colour, or Regimental flag, is “Trooped” (carried aloft by one of the Regiment’s most junior Officers through the ranks of soldiers). More from the Associated Press. Five regiments take it in turns to parade their color, and this year it was the turn of a company of the Irish Guards, which has Kate as its honorary colonel. The troops in scarlet tunics and bearskin hats were led onto the parade ground by their mascot, an Irish wolfhound named Seamus. In this photo, you can see the Wales family watching all of the action. Another view.  Prince Louis did a little dance when listening to the music.  👑 Prince Louis dancing on balcony The prince seems to keeping himself well entertained by his surroundings as he waits with the Princess of Wales for the Red Arrows flypast Follow the latest from #TroopingtheColour👇https://t.co/OPSgLeLNF4 pic.twitter.com/ohuBqoizdM — The Telegraph (@Telegraph) June 15, 2024 The King's son, brother, and sister taking part in today's parade. The Princess Royal was on Darby, the Duke of Edinburgh rode Noble, and Prince William rode Sir John. All three wore uniforms of the regiments of which they are Royal Colonels. Princess Anne was in the Blues and Royals uniform, while Prince William wore his Welsh Guards uniform, and Prince Edward was in the Scots Guards uniform. More than one thousand military personnel from the British Army’s Household Division took part in today's parade.  Another view of the military display. In this photo, the Duchess of Edinburgh is alongside some of the Wales children, and to the right, the Gloucesters are visible. There were also 242 military working horses, 250 military musicians, 40 pipers, and drummers participating today. Today's event marked the first time in more than 100 years that soldiers on parade were allowed to have beards. After the parade, it was time for the fly-past at Buckingham Palace. Despite the weather, crowds surged toward Buckingham Palace, as shown in this video posted by Royal Central. The Mall is swarmed with people who are hoping to get a glimpse of The King and The Royal Family!#TroopingTheColour pic.twitter.com/r3CYwj8EwC — Royal Central (@RoyalCentral) June 15, 2024 Family members on the balcony. Fortunately, the sun came out just as that element of the ceremony was getting underway.   Once the family was on the balcony, we saw Princess Charlotte giving her younger brother a little nudge during the national anthem.              View this post on Instagram                         A post shared by Max Foster (@maxfostercnn) The Queen and Duchess of Edinburgh enjoying a little chat. Princess Anne, Sir Tim, and the Duke of Kent.  The Edinburghs.  The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester.  Embed from Getty Imageswindow.gie=window.gie||function(c){(gie.q=gie.q||[]).push(c)};gie(function(){gie.widgets.load({id:'21rEDyjVTaZ1NzFoDF26XQ',sig:'lwrOkT3T99NN6jnvNQCsgENzhoZFZng-F0HWxM0ku94=',w:'594px',h:'551px',items:'2157070880',caption: true ,tld:'com',is360: false })}); The Prince and Princess of Wales. The Prince of Wales with Princes George and Louis.  And the King with the Princess of Wales and Princess Charlotte.  The big finale is the Red Arrows flypast. It is always spectacular.  After the flypast, a wave goodbye.  Now for a quick look at what some of the other Royal Family members were wearing. We begin with the Queen, who was in a pale green silk crepe dress and coat from Anna Valentine and a chapeau by Philip Treacy. Jewelry details come via The Court Jeweller: ...a pair of diamond floral clips with pearl drops, with a favorite pearl and diamond necklace and the Grenadier Guards Badge that belonged to her late mother-in-law, Queen Elizabeth II. And now the Duchess of Edinburgh, wearing the Yahvi dress (£625, about $790 at today's exchange rates) by Beulah London. (The Princess of Wales wore this design in dark green in 2019.) The Duchess accessorized with Jane Taylor's Persephone hat, a tear-shaped cocktail style in double crepe with a birdcage veil and bow. Her earrings are by Giulia Barela. Thanks to Royal Fashion Police for some ID assistance.  Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor in a dress by Suzannah and a Jane Taylor hat previously worn by her mother. It is the dress she wore to the Coronation last year. And now for our look at the Princess of Wales.  She brought back a Jenny Packham design that was initially worn for the pre-coronation luncheon and walkabout last May.  The style is similar to two other Jenny Packham designs worn by the Princess, a blue sheath worn in Northern Ireland in October 2022, and the black dress worn to view floral tributes in mid-September at Windsor following the Queen’s death. All three resemble the Thetis Dress ($2900) as offered at BergdorfGoodman, from the spring/summer '24 resort collection. The design is a classic sheath with a round neckline, long sleeves that zip at the cuff, and a concealed back zipper. Obviously, the Princess updated her dress with the bow at the neck/shoulde, and a change made at the waist. Thoughts on the dress choice via Tamara Abraham, The Telegraph's Fashion Editor.  By choosing a dress that was last worn for such an important moment for the King, it suggests a nod of support and honour for the monarch on his official birthday. And from this piece by the New York Times's Fashion Director, Vanessa Friedman.  She wore a white knee-length Jenny Packham dress with a black-and-white striped belt and a jaunty bow at the neck, topped off with a Phillip Treacy hat, angled just so. The nautical theme was reflected in the navy dress with a sailor collar and white trim worn by Princess Charlotte (who also wore white shoes to go with her mother), along with the matching double-breasted navy suits with their gold buttons, white shirts and bright blue ties of Princes George and Louis, all of which made a neat Union Jack trio with William’s bright red military uniform — which in turn matched that of Charles and Prince Edward. If you would like to read Vanessa Friedman's entire piece, this link allows you to see the article without worrying about the paywall.  For some, the bow at the neck brought back Audrey Hepburn's ensemble in My Fair Lady.  The Sunday Times headline writers referenced the film on the paper's front page.  The Princess accessorized with a new Philip Treacy hat. Thank you to Innominate and to Gabi for the ID.  This photo offers a good view of the Princess's updo. Additional accessories included the Princess's Jimmy Choo Romy 85 pumps in white leather and the Mulberry Bayswater clutch. The Princess wore her Cassandra Goad Cavolfiore Pearl Diamond Earrings ($6061). The earrings are made of 18K yellow gold with pearls and diamonds. They are described as being inspired by the Sicilian markets, which are full of the most beautifully ripe fruit and vegetables that overflow copiously from their baskets. The Princess is wearing a Regimental Irish Guards brooch in her role as Colonel of the Regiment of the Irish Guards.  Here is a 'thank you' video from Kensington Palace  Thank you to everyone involved in Trooping the Colour. Always in awe of the work that goes into putting together such an incredible afternoon 🇬🇧💂@RoyalFamily pic.twitter.com/9UaYRXyi81 — The Prince and Princess of Wales (@KensingtonRoyal) June 15, 2024 And one final photo of the Princess of Wales.  For last week's retrospective piece covering all of the Princess's Trooping the Colour looks, click here.  One quick reminder about comments: comments regarding anyone's weight are not allowed per the comment policy here at WKW.  VIDEOS:  This video from the Royal Family Channel covers the balcony appearance.  The Royal Family Channel covers carriage rides and the parade in this 2-minute video.

The Princess of Wales’s Order of the Garter Style – What Kate Wore

As many readers know, Monday was Garter Day, when Order of the Garter ceremonies take place in Windsor. Below, King Charles III and Queen Camilla on Monday. More from Yahoo News.  Garter Day sees Ladies and Knights of the Order of the Garter – the country’s oldest and most senior Order of Chivalry – process down the hill from the Berkshire castle’s State Apartments to St George’s Chapel, dressed in white plumed hats and dark-blue velvet robes, watched by crowds. The Royal Family site offers additional information.  Today, the Order includes The King, who is Sovereign of the Garter, several senior Members of the Royal Family, and twenty-four knights chosen in recognition of their work. Knights of the Garter are chosen personally by the Sovereign to honour those who have held public office, who have contributed in a particular way to national life or who have served the Sovereign personally. These have included Marshal of the RAF, Lord Stirrup, and former Prime Ministers Sir John Major and Sir Winston Churchill. The day begins with the Sovereign formally investing any new Companions with the Order's insignia in the Throne Room of the Castle. The members and officers attend a lunch hosted by the Sovereign, and then all process on foot to a service in St. George's Chapel. There is a short service where any new Companions are installed. Below, the Duchess of Gloucester; she was invested into the Order this year.  More from The Telegraph's piece by Victoria Ward.  This year, the Duchess of Gloucester was invested into the order, having been made a Royal Lady Companion in April. The investiture was described as the “ultimate accolade” for the 77-year-old, whose work supporting the monarchy has often gone under the radar. Here you see Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber, who was also invested and installed as a Knight on Monday. Prince William chatting with Prince Edward; in the lower right corner, you also see the Duke of Gloucester.  The Duke of Gloucester, the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Edinburgh, the Duke of Edinburgh, and the Princess Royal on the steps of St. George's Chapel this Monday. This year the Princess of Wales did not attend as she continues her chemotherapy treatment and recovery. We return to The Telegraph's article.  It was the first Garter Day the Princess has not attended since 2018 when she was on maternity leave following the birth of Prince Louis. She is usually to be found watching from the sidelines alongside the Duchess of Edinburgh, often suppressing a smile as she catches Prince William’s eye. I thought it would be fun to take a look back at her Garter Day style over the years. Below, you see Kate Middleton at the 2008 ceremony when Prince William received his Knighthood.  She was in a suit that remains UFO (Unidentified Fashion Object). It consists of a fitted jacket and pencil skirt in matching material. The jacket has flap pockets and decorative buttons; there is also piping on the lapels and pockets. It looks like the sleeves have self-cuffs; they can be turned back without exposing any lining or hem because they have an inch or two of the same material on the inside. It has been worn on other occasions. The first time it was noted was at a Dublin art opening in 2007, seen below left. After the 2008 Garter Day appearance, we next saw the suit in December 2013 when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited South Africa House in London to sign the Nelson Mandela book of condolence (below right). The hat worn by Ms. Middleton in 2008 was a Philip Somerville design in black and white, described as a straw toque applied with woven horsehair brim, intersected with black and white plumes. More about it from this Today story.  Thrifty Kate rented the stylish creations for £100 ($154) a time from her local milliners, a farmers’ wives cooperative called Get Ahead Hats, to wear for royal engagements. The Philip Sommerville design was auctioned off in 2012 for £2600. (More information and photos are available at Kerry Taylor Auctions.) The handbag Ms. Middleton carried in 2008 remains UFO, as does her three-strand pearl bracelet. It is not the three-strand Nigel Milne bracelet that belonged to Diana, Princess of Wales.  For her first official Garter Day appearance in 2011, the Duchess of Cambridge chose an ensemble by Katherine Hooker. The Buxton Dress was a bias-cut design made in 'Mercury crepe silk satin,' while the Buxton Coat was made in 'Ash Simla silk' per a Facebook note by Katherine Hooker. It featured beaded lace trim at the cuffs and waistband and an antique clasp. Thank you to Carly at Kate Middleton Style for sharing this information on the outfit. A closer look at the beaded lace.  The Duchess wore a bespoke hat by Rachel Trevor-Morgan Millinery.  She wore Rupert Sanderson's 'Malone' pumps and carried an unidentified clutch. She also wore her Kiki McDonough Grace White Topaz and Diamond Earrings (£895).   In 2012, the Duchess made many fashion fans smile when she brought back the Alexander McQueen coat first worn to Trooping the Colour in 2011.  Here you see the Duchess with the Countess of Wessex and Duchess of Cornwall. It was a treat to have a full-length view of the coat, as we usually don't see that angle at Trooping the Colour. The double-breasted cotton and wool-blend pique coat showcases several signature McQueen elements, including those sculptural lines; technically, the lower portion is called a “tiered Samurai skirt.” Beneath the coat, I think the Duchess wore her 'Peacock' dress by Reiss.  The hat was by milliner Jane Corbett, a creamy sisal confection with an elaborate bow.  The Duchess's other accessories were familiar pieces: her 'Sledge' pumps and the 'Natalie' box bag, both by LK Bennett.  The earrings were by Kiki McDonough, the green amethyst and diamond earrings many believe to have been a Christmas gift from William. At the 2013 Garter Day events, the Duchess was in a Christopher Kane design.  The icy blue coat showcased princess seams, a concealed front closure, a self-belt, and angled, on-seam front pockets. The coat was first worn to the Opening Ceremony of the London 2012 Games, as well as a Palace Reception immediately preceding that Ceremony. The Duchess chose a hat by John Lock and Co., the Sweet Delight style. Accessories included the Natalie Clutch by LK Bennett and Gilbert patent heels by Jimmy Choo. I do not have a terrific photo of the earrings; they were the UFO aquamarine and diamond style, shown below as worn on other occasions. Order of the Garter ceremonies in 2016 brought back another much-loved look. The Duchess wore a bespoke ensemble by Catherine Walker. The coat features a fitted bodice, full, pleated skirt, shawl lapels, oversized self-covered button closure, and three-quarter sleeves. The Duchess first wore the ensemble in July of 2011, as she and William were leaving Canada during the North American tour. The vibrant red hat is by Lock and Company, initially seen when worn to the Diamond Jubilee River Pageant in 2012. In this photo, you get a nice look at the Duchess's intricate updo.  The Duchess accessorized with red suede Gianvito 105 pumps ($795), the only item that day we had not seen worn previously. She carried a customized version of the red Alexander McQueen clutch seen below, another piece first seen at the Jubilee River Pageant.  We were happily surprised to see the diamond acorn drop earrings by Robinson Pelham making their first appearance since they were worn by the Duchess at her wedding in April 2011. Garter Day also brought the return of the deco-style diamond bracelet believed to be a gift from King Charles.  The Duchess also wore her Mappin and Webb Empress necklace.  Garter Day in 2019 was a treat as Spain’s King Felipe VI and King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands were formally installed and joined by their wives, Queen Letizia of Spain and Queen Máxima of The Netherlands. Below, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth with King Willem-Alexander Queen Máxima of The Netherlands.  And the late Queen with King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain.  The Duchess sharing a laugh with Queen Máxima. And with Queen Letizia. From L to R: Sophie, Countess of Wessex; Queen Letizia of Spain; Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall; Queen Máxima of The Netherlands; the Duchess of Cambridge.  The Duchess chose a Catherine Walker coatdress for the occasion.  It is the Liza style, described by the brand as “A contemporary take on a ’50s look, this coatdress in ivory wool crepe has cropped jacket ‘panels’ edged in fine black lace.” It features one of Kate’s favorite silhouettes, a fit-and-flare cut. Other design elements include an oversized collar, a button front with self-covered buttons, and the distinctive black trim. The Duchess brought back her Sylvia Fletcher for Lock and Co. hat, the Lion Tamer percher style. She repeated her Stuart Weitzman Muse Clutch, a piece sold through Russell and Bromley. In the USA, it was called the 'Raz' style. We also saw the return of the Prada wavy cut-out pumps.  The Duchess's hair was worn up.  And that allowed us to better see the Collingwood diamond and pearl drop earrings.  For the 2022 Garter Day ceremonies, the Duchess was in a blue ensemble. The outfit was anchored by a cornflower blue coatdress believed to be an Alexander McQueen design. The tailored piece showcased a fit-and-flare silhouette with a modified portrait neckline, notch lapels, a fitted bodice with concealed front closure, an applied waistband, slightly raised shoulders, a pleated skirt, and self-covered buttons at the cuff. The Duchess wore a hat by Juliet Botterill with an elegant updo.  The Floral Leaf Teardrop hat has a woven straw base “adorned with an array of silk roses, rosebuds, leaves, and silk abaca bow.” In the footwear department, the Duchess wore Aquazzura's Love Link Sling heels in blueberry grosgrain. The shoe has a pointed toe, 4″ heel, and a “heart-shaped chain” at the heel. The Duchess carried the scalloped blue bag first noted at the start of the Caribbean Tour, a design believed to be an Anya Hindmarch style. And she wore the tanzanite earring and pendant set from G. Collins and Sons. Our final ensemble is the monochrome look from just one year ago. The Princess chose an Alessandra Rich design for her first Garter day as the Princess of Wales.  The 100% silk dress showcased a high neck, padded shoulders, pleating, a deep back vent, and a concealed back zipper, all in a black-on-white polka dot print.  The Princess wore a new chapeau, a bespoke design by Philip Treacy and she sported another elegant updo. She debuted a new pair of shoes by Jennifer Chamandi, the Vittorio 105 in Nappa Leather with a Black Patent toe cap. The slingback style has two straps, a pointed toe, and a four-inch heel. And carried a new Strathberry bag, the Scottish brand’s Multrees Chain Wallet ($425) in what looks like the Vanilla/Diamond colorway.  The Princess wore jewelry that belonged to Diana, Princess of Wales: the Collingwood Earrings and the Nigel Milne triple-strand pearl bracelet. Here is a look at all of the Princess's Garter Day outfits.  I am going to do a post covering Royal Ascot ensembles early next week. If you like, I can put together a post next week with polls for the garden party styles, Trooping the Colour outfits, Garter Day looks, and Royal Ascot looks. (Four separate polls.)

The Princess of Wales’s Wimbledon Style – What Kate Wore

As many readers know, Wimbledon is underway. This weekend, the Princess of Wales posted a message to Andy Murray on social media after it became evident the Scottish champion had played his last match at the All England Club. More from this Vanity Fair story.  On Thursday, he and brother Jamie were knocked out of the men's doubles tournament by John Peers and Rinky Hijikata. He was scheduled to compete in the mixed doubles tournament alongside Emma Raducanu, but Raducanu announced that she would withdraw to prioritize her performance in the women’s singles event after dealing with wrist stiffness. Murray, for his part, has said that the Paris Olympics will likely be his final matches, if he’s able to compete. “It is hard because I would love to keep playing, but I can’t. Physically, it’s just too tough now,” Murray said in an interview Thursday after receiving a standing ovation following a video tribute of career highlights. “I want to play forever, I love the sport. It’s given me so much, taught me loads of lessons over the years that I can use in the rest of my life. I don’t want to stop, so it is hard.” Here is the video tribute Wimbledon posted.  You made us dream. You made us believe. You made us cry. And you made us proud. pic.twitter.com/yNsnkEsEhc — Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 4, 2024 There has been no shortage of notable names and royals in the Royal Box. Today, Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi watched Jannik Sinner of Italy play Russia's Daniil Medvedev in the men's singles quarterfinal. Behind the couple, you see comedian and presenter Michael McIntyre (navy jacket) and actor Stephen Fry (khaki jacket) Also taking in today's action, Lady Sarah Chatto and her husband, Daniel Chatto.  Embed from Getty Imageswindow.gie=window.gie||function(c){(gie.q=gie.q||[]).push(c)};gie(function(){gie.widgets.load({id:'0YiGq2hIQgBgDHdpHNH2KQ',sig:'-sxCZDNzPcNwy8uxwnErgP1G837NNY1efTaqfHS84ic=',w:'594px',h:'396px',items:'2161332472',caption: true ,tld:'com',is360: false })}); Yesterday, Prince Albert of Monaco was on hand to watch the competition on Day 8 of the Championships. As was the Duchess of Gloucester. For anyone wondering about her pin, she is the honorary president of the Lawn Tennis Association.  On Sunday, Dame Mary Berry was one of those watching from the royal box. Actress and producer Salma Hayek was also there.  On July 4, the Princess's parents, Carole and Middleton, enjoyed a match. The gentleman on the left in the photo is Lord Sebastian Coe.  We don't know if the Princess will attend the Championships, but if she does, it will likely be at the Ladies' Championship match on Saturday or the Gentlemen's Final on Sunday. I thought it would be fun to look back at her Wimbledon style over the years. We start in June 2011, when the Duke and Duchess watched Andy Murray outplay Richard Gasquet. Kate was in the Moraiah dress by Temperley London and she carried a brown jacket that remains unidentified. The Duchess also carried a Stuart Weitzman Muse clutch and wore her LK Bennett Sledge pumps. She also wore her diamond and sapphire earrings and cipher bracelet believed to have been a gift from the then-Duchess of Cornwall. It is shown below as worn on another occasion. When watching Roger Federer in 2012, the Duchess brought back an Alexander McQueen look first seen during the 2011 North American tour. She also wore her navy suede heels, carried her Jaeger ‘Kate’ bag, and wore her sapphire and diamond earrings. The sailor-style dress was first worn on July 4, 2011, in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, during the couple’s North American tour. Kate was joined by her sister, Pippa, when watching Andy Murray take on Roger Federer in July 2012. She wore other repeated styles for this match: her Vanessa dress and Nessie Tweed jacket, both by Joseph. The jacket was initially seen at the Epsom Derby in June 2011. The cropped design is 100% cotton with a modified Nehru collar, button front, and decorative pocket flaps. The Vanessa dress was first noted during the 2011 Canada tour. It is a sleeveless design that features grosgrain banding and ruching at the waist with serged edges at the neckline and arm openings. The Duchess carried her Diane von Furstenberg Leopard Print Clutch, first noted in Los Angeles in 2011, and wore her LK Bennett Sledge pumps and an acorn necklace by Kristin Magnusson. When expecting Prince George in 2013, the Duchess did not attend Wimbledon. When attending the Gentlemen’s Quarter Final match in 2014, she brought back the Roamer Day Dress by Australian label Zimmermann. The dress is made of broderie anglaise material (often called eyelet), with a round neck, elbow-length sleeves, and an exposed zipper. It was seen at several engagements during the 2014 Tour of New Zealand and Australia. She accessorized with her Anya Hindmarch Fan Clutch (seen below) and LK Bennett Sledge pumps, as well as her Annoushka Pearl Drops suspended from her Kiki McDonough Hoops.  A few days later, at the Men's Final match, the Duchess showcased another tour repeat, the Evelyn dress by Jonathan Saunders.  The cotton/viscose blend dress has a sheath silhouette in an aqua, forest-green, and white textured geometric print. Design elements include a modified boat neck when seen from the front, with a deep V on the back, short sleeves, and a self-belt. It was first worn during the 2012 Jubilee Tour. The Duchess carried her LK Bennett Avona clutch and wore a necklace featuring charms from the Woodlands collection by Asprey, along with Kiki McDonough's Oval Green Amethyst and Diamond Drop Earrings. In July 2015, the Duchess chose LK Bennett's Cayla dress to watch Scotland’s Andy Murray play Canadian Vasek Pospisil. The Cayla was a fit-and-flare style; its length hit well below the knee, and it had elbow-length sleeves and a hidden zipper. She wore Jimmy Choo's Gilbert pumps, carried the DVF Leopard Print Clutch by DVF seen above, and sported the Lolita Earrings by Mirabelle.  In 2016, the Duchess of Cambridge was named Patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. That year, we saw the return of another tour favorite in July when the Duchess watched a match between Serena Williams and Elena Vesnina. The Duchess first wore a custom version of Roksanda Ilincic's Ryedale dress in Sydney, Australia, during the 2014 tour. Made of 100% wool crepe, the dress incorporates many features Kate is fond of in a dress: the off-center slit at the hem on the front, an exposed back zipper, and a defined waistline. Accessories included the Quincy Tote by Victoria Beckham, the Soru Baroque Pearl Earrings (which were first seen the previous evening), and Rupert Sanderson's Malory pumps.  We saw the Duchess in an Alexander McQueen design at the Gentlemen's Final match a few days later. Her dress showcased the brand's Obsessions Talisman print, with an A-line silhouette, the placed print, a jewel neckline, fitted waist, and hidden zipper. The Duchess accessorized with her Gianvito Rossi Praline Pumps, Brora's Gold Charm Earrings (first worn in Bhutan), and her LK Bennett Natalie Clutch. The Duchess chose a Dolce and Gabbana design when watching the opening round of Gentlemen’s Singles play in July 2017. The silk polka-dot silk design had a fitted bodice with a full skirt, three-quarter sleeves, a scoop neckline, and a concealed zipper The Duchess carried the Victoria Beckham tote seen above, her Nina Block Heel Sandals, and Oscar de la Renta Gold-Plated Earrings with Faux Pearls. When it was time for the 2017 Gentlemen’s Singles final, the Duchess was in a Catherine Walker design. The white frock was a classic fit-and-flare design with the Fleurs Sauvages, or “Wildflowers” pattern covering the skirt. The Duchess carried her ‘Quincy’ tote by Victoria Beckham again, pairing it with Stuart Weitzman Nearly Nude Sandals and her Cassandra Goad Temple of Heaven earrings. This was also one of the first times we saw the Duchess wearing a ribbon pin in the Wimbledon colors, purple and green. More on its significance from this Today piece.  A representative for the AELTC told TODAY Style the duchess's bow is reserved for the club's patron, president, committee of management, vice presidents and four members of their executive staff. For the Duchess's first Wimbledon visit in 2018, she wore a bespoke design by Jenny Packham. Done in a cream and black print that resembled tennis balls, the midi-length style featured distinctive ruching at the shoulder and hip.    Accessories included the Gianvito 105 Praline Pumps and a new bag by Dolce and Gabbana, the Miss Sicily in Rose Pink. The Duchess's earrings were first seen in Sweden during the January 2018 tour, the Baroque Pearl Drop Earrings by In2Design.  For her next Wimbledon engagement in 2018, the Duchess chose another Dolce and Gabbana piece for the Gentlemen's Final match. The knee-length design in a vibrant yellow hue had a fitted bodice, round neck, and ruffled sleeves. The Duchess carried her Miss Sicily handbag again and wore the Aspey Woodland Charms necklace shown above. Her earrings were the Oak Leaf Hoop Earrings, also by Asprey. July 2019 brought a dress by Suzannah London, the brand's Flippy Wiggle Dress. The style is made of Italian silk crepe with pintucks at the front yoke and waist, half-sleeves with a button cuff, and contrasting silk-covered buttons. The Duchess carried a new bag, the Wicca style by Alexander McQueen. Her belt was also an Alexander McQueen design, and she brought back her trusty Piper 85 Suede Pumps by Gianvito Rossi, along with her Catherine Zoraida Fern Hoop Earrings. When attending the 2019 Women’s Finals, the Duchess repeated a Dolce and Gabbana design with a fitted bodice, flared skirt, goldtone buttons, and ruffles at the upper shoulder seam.  This was another tour design, a dress first worn in September 2016 during the Canada tour (photo on the right). In the center, you see the off-the-rack version of the dress.  The Duchess wore her Asprey Oak Leaf Hoop Earrings and her Rupert Sanderson Malory pumps and carried her Miss Sicily handbag again.  At her final 2019 Wimbledon match, the Gentlemen’s Finals, the Duchess chose an Emilia Wickstead design. This was the first year the Duchess presented trophies at the historic tournament. Her dress was a custom version of the brand’s Jordin style featuring a classic fit-and-flare design, one of Kate’s favorite silhouettes. It also had a fitted bodice with a squared neckline, twisted strap detail, a midi-length hem, and a full, pleated skirt. Accessories included the Duchess's vintage Josef handbag and a new pair of ALDO shoes, the Nichole style. Her earrings were the In2Design pair shown above. The pandemic meant there was no Wimbledon in 2020. However, the Duchess of Cambridge sported a tennis-themed dress for a July Zoom call with tennis students.  She was in the ‘Maria’ dress by HVN, a label founded by British model and DJ Harley Viera-Newton. The Championships returned in 2021, and the Duchess wore a mix of separates for her first visit of the year to the All England Club. Her midi-length pleated skirt was a silk design by Alessandra Rich featuring a drop waist and knife pleats. Her blazer was a familiar piece dating back to 2011, the Duchess One-Button Blazer by Canadian label Smythe. Among the day's accessories were a new Mulberry Amberley Crossbody Bag, new Jimmy Choo Romy 85 pumps, and the return of the Simone Rocha Faux Pearl Curb Chain Earrings. For the 2021 Ladies' Singles Final, the Duchess was in a dress by Emilia Wickstead, a modified version of the designer's Denver dress. It was made of cloqué fabric, a textured crepe material, with a round neck, cap sleeves, and concealed back zipper. She repeated the Mulberry Amberley bag and the Jimmy Choo Romy 85 pumps shown above. She brought back her Kiki McDonough Green Tourmaline, Green Amethyst, and Diamond Earrings and wore a Halcyon Days bangle seen a week earlier at the Championships. When attending that year's Gentlemen's Final, the Duchess opted for a soft pink dress by Beulah London. The Ahana Blush Short-Sleeve dress showcases that fit-and-flare silhouette we see so often on the Princess, with a stand collar, puffed short sleeves, a darted bodice featuring a loop and button front closure, self-belt, and a keyhole opening at the sleeve hems. The Duchess carried the vintage Josef ‘Point de Beauvais’ Beaded Clutch shown above, as well as the ALDO Nichole block heel sandals. She also wore her ‘Empress’ earrings from British jeweler Mappin and Webb. The Duchess wore an Alessandra Rich design for her first engagement at Wimbledon 2022. It was a modified version of the azure blue Alessandra Rich Pleated Embellished Silk Crepe de Chine dress. Crafted in silk crepe de chine, the midi-length design features pleating, gathered sleeves with button cuffs, shoulder pads, a hidden side zipper, and a self-belt with crystal embellishments. The dress worn by the Duchess has fabric-covered shoulder buttons instead of crystals, and her belt does not have crystals on the buckle. The design was first seen in photos from the Big Jubilee Lunch in early June.  She accessorized with a new pair of shoes by Alessandra Rich, the Fab Two-Tone pumps, her Mulberry Amberley Crossbody bag, and the In2design Earrings seen above.   The Duchess attended the 2022 Ladies' Singles Final in a sunny yellow dress by Roksanda Ilincic. Her custom version of the Brigitte dress showcases a bow-effect bodice and neckline, short sleeves, a fitted waist, a full skirt, and a hidden back zipper. The dress was first worn during the 2022 Caribbean tour.  The Duchess debuted a new hat by LK Bennett. It was the British label's Saffron Straw Hat. She also wore her Kiki McDonough Eden Citrine Drops and her Gianvito 105 pumps in white leather. The next day saw a return to polka dots for the 2022 Gentlemen's Final. This was the first time Prince George joined his parents at the Championships.  The Duchess's dress was another Alessandra Rich design. The silk dress had a wide collar, puffed and gathered sleeves, a peplum waist, and a bow at the neckline. The Duchess carried her Victoria Beckham tote again and repeated her Alessandra Rich two-tone heels, sapphire/diamond earrings, and pendant.  For Day Two of the 2023 Championships, her first appearance at the All England Club as Princess of Wales, the Princess chose a minty green ensemble. Her ensemble featured a piece by Balmain, a brand she hadn’t worn previously. The Princess was in the Two-Tone Crepe Blazer (no longer available), a style showcasing the French fashion house’s signature double-breasted silhouette. The 100% viscose jacket features contrasting white satin lapels and buttons, flap front pockets, a welted chest pocket, princess seams, and a row of five buttons at the cuff. The skirt hasn't been identified. The Princess repeated her white Mulberry Amberley Crossbody Bag and Gianvito 105 pumps in white leather. She also brought back a bracelet by Sézane that was first noted in July 2020 at a Sandringham Royal Foundation meeting, the Stéphanie Cuff style. And she repeated her Shyla London Chunky Knot Baroque Pearl Earrings. It was a Self-Portrait design at last year's Ladies' Singles Final.   The Lime Boucle Collared Chiffon Midi Dress by Self-Portrait includes design elements seen in other Self-Portrait designs worn by the Princess, including a tailored top with a full, floaty skirt and the appearance of wearing separates when it is just one piece, a dress. The fabric for the upper portion of the garment is a blend of wool, acrylic, and polyester. The skirt and lining of the dress are polyester. A closer look at some of the details. The Princess carried her Emmy London blush suede Natasha handbag by the chain handle, something she doesn't often do. It was paired with Gianvito Rossi's Ribbon Sling Pumps in the 85mm heel height. (I show them below right in another color and fabric.) We saw a new Halcyon Days bracelet, the Salamander Torque Aquamarine and Gold Bangle (also available with a hinge), and repeated earrings, the Cassandra Goad Cavolfiore Studs. Our final ensemble was worn at the Gentlemen's Singles Final last year. It was the first time Princess Charlotte attended the event. The Princess wore a rich green design by Roland Mouret.  The designer's Ruffle-Detail Asymmetrical Midi Dress is made of a viscose/elastane blend. It features draped fabric at the shoulder, short sleeves, a lined bodice, a concealed back zipper, and a back vent. The Princess repeated her Emmy London Natasha handbag and Gianvito 105 Bisque Suede Pumps. She wore a new Halcyon Days bracelet, the Salamander Torque Bangle in Forget Me Not. Her Milina London earrings were also new, the Green Onyx Gemstone style.