Duchess Kate Wear Green Coat Dress Amazingly
Duchess Kate of England, wears a simple yet stunning coat dress in green during her first visit to Chelsea Flower Show
While many expected that the Duchess will wear something floral for the flower show, she made a wonderful entrance as she wore a plain grass-green coat dress.
It was designed by the famous Catherine Walker- who was the designer of Princess Diana a long time ago.
And hey, she dresses well and knows well what she wants to wear every time, though.
She held a small clutch in gold, matched with her nude-colored stilettos.
She was joined by none other than Prince William, her loving husband.
Together, they viewed a beautiful flower, that was named after their youngest child, Princess Charlotte, who just turned one this month.
Chrysanthemum is the flower they are referring to, and together as a family, enjoyed their visit to its first ever flower show.
The flower, ‘Princess Charlotte’ chrysanthemum is displayed during the show and will be sold at selected stores of Waitrose only.
Part of the profits will be given to East Anglia Children’s Hospices.
The Queen is also present during the flower show, dressed in pastel color, with a printed floral inner dress.
Celebrating her 90th birthday, she viewed the floral arch and the amazing sea of poppies lying on the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea.
It’s not the first that the duchess showcased the outfit, and she was first seen wearing it in 2014 during her visit in Australia with Prince William.
Also, Prince Harry is not a first-time visitor of the show, since he was part of the show last year, when the garden was created in behalf of his charity, Sentebale.
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