Princess Kate Middleton and Prince William have a trip to the Caribbean from March 18 to 26. The event marks the first visit to the Commonwealth by the British royal family since the outbreak. During this visit, Kate Middleton showed sophistication and respect by choosing designs that match the colors of the national flags of the countries; elegant style, polite and suitable for each activity.
Princess kate middleton fashion on caribbean tour
Having just arrived in Belize, Princess Kate chose a Jenny Packham outfit with lace. Includes peplum top and knee length pencil skirt. She chose cobalt blue which is also the main color of the national flag of this country. Kate opted for Emmy London Rebecca heels and a matching scalloped handbag. Complementing the outfit is a sapphire and diamond necklace and earrings once owned by Princess Diana.
On the second day, Kate wore a navy blue Tory Burch dress with floral print, a layered midi skirt and short puffy sleeves. The Duchess complemented her tropical outfit with Sézane jewelry.
While visiting Caracol, an ancient Mayan archaeological site in the forest of Chiquibul. Kate wore army green G-Star Raw pants with a brown belt; white t-shirt by John Lewis; white Superga sneakers and Ray-Ban sunglasses.
On her last day in Belize, the Duchess and her husband attended the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebration. She made an impression in the shimmering pink dress of The Vampire’s Wife. The Duchess teamed a pink dress with silver shoes from Jimmy Choo; O’nitaa crystal drop earrings; Maya embroidered bag.
When she left Belize for Jamaica, Kate appeared elegantly dressed in classic Yves Saint Laurent clothes; Aquazzura heels; Mulberry handbag.
At the airport, Princess Kate beamed in a yellow Roksanda dress. She completed the playful look with a white Salvatore Ferragamo hand bag; Aquazzura shoes and Sézane earrings.
Willow Hilson Vintage’s classic 1950s striped dress was the duchess’ choice to attend an engagement in Trench Town. The Duchess opted for Russell & Bromley stiletto heels; Maria Black earrings; bracelet by Jamaican designer Lashawndla – Bailey Miller to complete her outfit.
At Shortwood Teachers College in Kingston, Jamaica, the Duchess of Cambridge opted for a white Alexander McQueen suit. She coordinated with white Jimmy Choo heels. The Duchess paired her outfit with an orange Ridley London top; vintage raffia handbag in same tone.
Kate wore a vibrant green off-the-shoulder Jenny Packham evening gown while attending dinner at King’s House. The brooch appearing this time is the Royal Family Order given by the Queen of England. Right at the waist is the GCVO Star – Honorary Royal Victoria Medal.
The next day, Kate wore a white lace Alexander McQueen gown to a military parade in Jamaica. The monochrome look is completed with a white bag; white heels and a matching Philip Treacy hat.
On her last day in Jamaica, Kate wore a green Emilia Wickstead dress with a hummingbird brooch on her chest. This is a gift she was given during her visit to Jamaica in 2002 to celebrate the Golden Jubilee.
The Duchess has arrived in the Bahamas, the third and final leg of her Caribbean tour. This time Kate wore a light blue, knee-length Emilia Wickstead dress – the color of the country’s national flag. Kate also cleverly chose Sézane earrings with the same blue tone and beige heels by Gianvito Rossi.
Even the rain could not stop the shine of Princess Kate Middleton. She appeared fresh in a mint green Self-Portrait pleated dress and white high heels. The princess successfully scored with a bright smile and elegant youthful outfit.
At the reception in the Bahamas, the princess left a deep impression in an evening gown by Phillipa Lepley. Kate completed the look with Van Cleef & Arpels jewelry.
Taking part in her last activities in the Bahamas, Kate wore a pink Rixo dress and sedge-soled shoes. The Duchess adorned the look with earrings by Bahamian designer Nadia Irena and sunglasses by Finlay.
Princess Kate Middleton in the moment of saying goodbye to the Bahamas wore a yellow peplum dress by Alessandra Rich. Cap off a long tour in the Caribbean with an impressive array of outfits.
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