Kate Middleton: The reason why the Duchess of Cambridge has always worn white at Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis’ christenings
KATE Middleton has adhered to a very strict dress code for Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis’ christenings.
Kate Middleton looked stunning when she attended Prince Louis’ christening in a white Alexander McQueen dress coat.
The Duchess of Cambridge looked calm and collected as she walked to St James’s Chapel with Prince William, Princess Charlotte and Prince George.
She carried Prince Louis, who wore a replica of the honition lace gown made in 1841 for Queen Victoria’s eldest daughter.
It’s a look royal fans will have recognised – as Kate has opted for a similar look at all of her children’s christening ceremonies.
And while there’s no royal rule on the colour she should wear, Kate has opted to wear neutral white or cream at all of them.
While the duchess hasn’t said her specific reason, there are several meaningful possibilities.
Princess Diana’s favourite flower was the white rose, and the Duchess often likes to pay subtle tribute to Prince William and Harry’s late mother through her fashion choices.
The colour white often has the connotation of innocence, light and beginnings, and it also perfectly matches the christening gown.
For Prince Louis’ ceremony, Kate opted for Alexander McQueen – the same designer to make her wedding dress and other christening outfits, and has always worn a hat too.
For both Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte’s christenings, Kate opted to accompany the look with a low bun, however for Prince George’s she wore her hair loose.
Source: OK CO UK