Kate Middleton’s candy pink Emilia Wickstead dress has proved great value for money, as she’s stepped out in the £1,200 garment again two weeks after debuting it – this time for a Buckingham Palace garden party.
The Duchess of Cambridge first wore the pleated dress for a celebratory lunch to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee two weeks ago, but this time around she accessorised it with a wicker hat from her favourite milliner Jane Corbett, a box clutch by British designer Anya Hindmarch and her go-to nude court shoes from L.K. Bennett.
Joined by the rest of the Royal Family and around 800 guests, Kate looked radiant in the summer sunshine, tucking into the quintessentially British tea and cakes on offer. But her husband Prince William was absent as he was still working at RAF Valley in Anglesey – we’re sure he’ll be back with his wife next weekend when the Jubilee celebrations get into full swing.