We can only see a shoulder here, but love the fabric of her Max Mara coat dress. William, Kate Middleton and their wee Royal in Australia. That is a Max Mara Coat dress we see the shoulder of when she is holding the baby. . Gorgeous. And here, a bit of wind catches her coat on the tarmac. . . Click here to see footage
We don’t want to get any royal knickers up in a twist, but would like to offer a wee peek at the hotel where Kate Middleton slept the night before her wedding, ahem. The Goring has a Royal Warrant. And, no, that doesn’t mean that Dog the Bounty Hunter will be showing up any time soon. It is the only hotel with a Warrant from the Queen of England, making it a decided royal fave. And they’ve created a Royal Coronation Afternoon Tea in honor of The Queen’s 60th Anniversary Coronation in July. Includes: Earl Grey tea macaroon with chocolate crown, strawberry tart. Plus, tealeaves sourced from the foothills of the Himalayas. The special tea menu will be served throughout the months of June and July (priced at $52/ $65 with a glass of Bollinger Champagne). In fact, the Goring received the 2013 London Tea Award by the UK Tea Guild. Would be pretty sweet to stay here during the coronation anniversary festivities, no?
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Why is it that the most regal dresser of the Royal clan wasn’t born with a title. HRH the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton looked picture perfect in the lemony dress by Emilia Wickstead, a ribbon confection hat by Jane Corbett, and particularly regal in the gray patent leather ‘sledge’ pumps and with matching ‘Avona’ clutch from the L.K. Bennett Spring/Summer 2013 collection. Hosted by her mum in law, Queen Elizabeth II in the garden at Buckingham Palace, an even more appreciated accessory was likely the growing bump that could make even a supremely WASP Royal greatgrandma kvell.