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Kate The Duchess of Cambridge
For the Trooping the Colour Parade in June 2018, Kate made a lovely fashion statement in a pale blue Alexander McQueen dress and hat by Juliette Botterill.
Kate wore an Emilia Wickstead "Kate" A-line dress and carried an Aspinal of London lilac Mayfair bag for the Global Ministerial Mental Health Summit in London in October 2018.
A blue coat dress by Eponine was the outfit of choice for a day in South Yorkshire in November 2018. The Duchess often wears her Cartier Ballon Bleu wristwatch, as seen here and with many other outfits.
Kate wore a sporty Jenny Packham dress and carried a Dolce & Gabbana "Sicily" bag for her girls' day out with Meghan at Wimbledon on July 14, 2018.
Kate's choice for the Teen Hero Awards reception at Kensington Palace in October 2018 was a Whistles "Margot" polka dot shirtdress paired with Cassandra Goad Temple of Heaven earrings.
The Duchess wore a royal blue Jenny Packham dress to the Imperial War Museum in October 2018.
She carried a Mulberry clutch and wore the "Women of the First World War" Poppy brooch in support of the Royal British Legion.
For her second day at Wimbledon, Kate chose a sunny yellow Dolce& Gabbana dress and beige bag. She wore her Cartier Ballon Bleu watch.
Kate was in polka dots for Prince Charles's 70th birthday family photo in November 2018. Her dress is by Alessandra Rich.
The Duchess wore an Alexander M cQueen dress and Philip Treacr;h at for the wedding of Meghan and Ham; on May 19,2018.
In November 2018, Kate wore a black Roland Mouret asymmetric-neck dress for the Festival of Remembrance. On her shoulder is the PoppY brooch, the trademark of the Royal British Legion.
For the state banquet at Buckingham Palace In honor of the Dutch monarchs mermaid gown by Alexander McQueen, the Queen Man; Lover's Knot tiara, and jewels from the Royal Vault
At a diplomatic Reception hosted by the Queen at Buckingham Palace in early December 2018, Kate spark led in a shimmering Jenny Packham gown. Pinned to her dress was the Royal Family Order of Queen Elizabeth II, which slie was awarded in 2017.
Kate stunned in a red Preen Finella satin midi dress And Jenny Packham clutch for the Royal Foundation Dinner in November 2018.
The gray tweed coat with black trim by Catherine Walker was first worn by Kate in August 2018 for the Balmoral church service with the Queen, and again in Leicester in November. The Duchess carried a black Aspinal of London bag.
Kate paired her Paule Ka suit with a black turtleneck and her Asprey London Oak Leaf earrings for a visit to the Developmental Risk and Resilience Unit at the University College London in November 2018.
For November 2018's Armistice Centenary Service, the Duchess wore her forest green Catherine Walker double-breasted coat with velvet trim, and a Jane Taylor black velvet crescent moon headband.
Kate carried a Jimmy Choo velvet clutch and wore her Cassandra Goad Cavolfiore pearl stud earrings and Poppy brooch.
Kate wore an Emilia Wickstead "Alice" dress for a visit to the BBC to mark Anti-Bullying Week in November 2018.
Kate sported a Brora cashmere cardigan and Emilia Wickstead "Pris" red tartan pleated midi skirt for a Christmas party at Kensington Palace with military families .
Accessorize the outfits on Plate 6 with black tights and Tod's black suede block heel pumps.
On a December 2018 trip to Cyprus, Kate wore her Smythe "Duchess" blazer in army green, with Jigsaw trousers and a dark olive belt. She carried an L.K. Bennett "Dora" khaki suede clutch and wore her go-to Asprey London Oak Leaf hoop earrings.
In October 2018, Kate stepped out in this E rdem "Iman" boucle-tweed midi dress and Erdem floral hoop earrings. She completed the outfit with Jimmy Choo shoes and "J Box" clutch for the opening of the V&A Museum's Photography Centre.(Continues…)
Excerpted from "Kate & Meghan Paper Dolls"
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