Kate Middleton's "Titanic" Appearance on Commonwealth Day
Ségolène Forgar – Madame Figaro
On Tuesday March 14th, the Princess of Wales made a remarkable appearance at Westminster Abbey, to attend the annual Commonwealth Day ceremony.
At each of her appearances, Kate Middleton is scrutinized by the English press. The last one, at the annual Commonwealth Day ceremony (the first since the death of Elizabeth II) on Tuesday March 14, was no exception to the rule. Accompanied by her husband Prince William, the Princess of Wales made a strong impression on her arrival in front of Westminster Abbey by showing a style so Rose DeWitt Bukater, the character played by Kate Winslet in Titanic.
Smiling as usual, Kate Middleton looked very elegant in a navy blue floral peplum jacket and a matching midi skirt by Erdem, from the pre-fall 2023 collection and worth about £3,600 (4,100 euros). An ensemble she accessorized with a wide-brimmed felt hat, an Emmy London clutch, a pair of gloves and pointed-toe pumps by Gianvito Rossi. As for jewelry, the mother of George, Charlotte and Louis had opted for a pair of sapphire and diamond earrings that belonged to Princess Diana and a brooch adorned with the feathers of the Prince of Wales, a "gift from King Charles," notes the Daily Mail.
This new outfit worthy of a future queen, we read in the English tabloids, we owe it again to the wise eye of Natasha Archer, the discreet "image consultant" who hides behind Kate Middleton's crazy look. Since 2014, this British woman in her thirties has been helping Prince William's wife to create a sophisticated wardrobe, in accordance with the protocol, far from the trends - also far from the cute pastels that the princess used to love...