Since marrying her Prince in a gown custom made by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen, which won nods of approval unanimously from the international fashion press, Kate has become an ambassador for British fashion – both high street and designer. As often as she steps out in a delicate Erdem dress or a ladylike Emilia Wickstead coat, she’ll be spotted in a Topshop tea dress, a Hobbs tailored jacket or her signature LK Bennett nude heels.
But on arrival in New Zealand, Kate was spotted in a red coat is by Catherine Walker; hat by Gina Foster and her diamond and platinum brooch;shaped like a silver fern is from the Queen’s collection (given to Queen Elizabeth by the “Women of Auckland” as a Christmas present in 1953, during the then-new Queen’s Commonwealth tour to mark her Coronation).
Prince George spotted some stylish white shorts and a cream-colored top whilst been carried by the duchess, William, in a suit and kangaroo backpack belonging to baby George acknowledged the welcome from the top of the steps as they emerged from the plane and despite the long flight from London that began Saturday evening, the young family looked happy and relaxed.
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