Fans recall Kate Middleton’s “dazzling” styling moment as “straight out of a daydream.”
Fans of KATE MIDDLETON are swooning over a gorgeous style moment from over a decade ago. Fans are swooning over images of the Duchess in a black gown.
In December 2011, just months after their wedding, Kate Middleton and Prince William attended The Sun Military Awards. The Duchess of Cambridge looked stunning in a black gown.
The princess looked stunning in a sexy black ensemble. During her royal career, the queen has only donned the dark shade on a few occasions.
This was a memorable evening. The monarch was dressed in a black velvet gown that clung to her figure.
The strapless gown has a large trumpet skirt and ruffled tulle across the bust.
Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen, a favorite of Kate’s, designed the gown.
It was a customized version of the brand’s Strapless Velvet Gown, which also designed Kate’s wedding gown.
The gown was initially priced at £3,995. Kate’s couture gown, on the other hand, is likely to have cost more.
Kate accessorized the ensemble with Mouawad jewelry from her personal collection, which was thought to be a wedding gift.
The necklace is made up of diamonds and rubies that are arranged in a flowery pattern.
She accessorized with a cuff and matching earrings.
She accessorized with Jimmy Choo Cosmic Pumps and a Pretty Ballerinas black velvet clutch purse.
The style was discussed by fans, who praised the Duchess’ looks.
“The brilliant Duchess, straight out of a daydream,” one person wrote.
“Wish we could see her in this again,” commented another.
“I agree, Catherine looked stunning as usual,” one fan said.
“Stunning,” commented another, while another wrote, “So, so true.” Beautiful.”
“Sheer perfection and natural beauty,” one described the Duchess.
One person remarked, “Gorgeous,” while another said, “Woww,” while another described the Duchess as “a stunner.”
“Well done William for giving us this light of brightness, she has never put a foot wrong,” one fan said.
A ring worn by Kate Middleton, according to an expert, suggests she is “competent and independent.”
“The ring seems like a very large citrine stone to me,” remarked Ben Johnson, Managing Director of Miltons Diamonds.
“Depending on the size, it might be worth anywhere between £5,000 and £20,000.”