The Duchess of Cambridge was the image of elegance as she stepped out to mourn the passing of the Duke of Edinburgh.
Kate Middleton, 39, sported a chic black ensemble with the Queen’s pearl choker from Her Majesty’s personal collection at the moving service in Windsor yesterday afternoon.
The royal wore a £ 1,605 Roland Mouret gown with an asymmetrical neckline, a piece she previously wore to the Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance in 2018, complete with a black face covering and a velvet Philip Treacy hat.
Speaking exclusively to FEMAIL, celebrity stylist Rachel Gold said the Duchess of Cambridge’s choice of outfit perfectly reflected her “elegance and dedication to being a grounded person” – adding that the look was also a sign of her “Convenience and dedication to the royal family.” ‘
The Duchess of Cambridge was the image of Grace as she stepped out to mourn the death of the Duke of Edinburgh at Windsor Castle yesterday afternoon
The royal sported a chic black ensemble with the queen’s pearl choker, from Her Majesty’s personal collection and matching earrings
Meanwhile, stylist Rochelle White agreed the mother-of-three appeared to be “consciously stylish” and being seen in Her Majesty’s jewelry could be a subtle sign that Kate is “stepping up” to support the royal family.
“Kate’s outfit for Prince Philip’s funeral was classy, classy and classy,” Rochelle explained. “The necklace was from the Queen’s personal collection and I think this could be a subtle sign that Kate will step up her support for William and the Royal Family. ”
The stylist continued, “She has always had a sleek and chic look for her fashion style, but I think this one could be more meaningful than any other look.
“I don’t think Kate’s gaze was overdone. I think it suited the occasion, but was also eye-catching. I feel her outfits are consciously designed to say something without saying anything.
She paired her outfit with the Japanese pearl choker necklace and Bahraini diamond earrings which also came from Her Majesty’s private collection.
Rachel added that wearing the Queen’s jewelry demonstrates “just how appropriate, appropriate, elegant and composed the Duchess is.”
She commented: ‘How good should Kate Middleton be in a beautifully made Catherine Walker coat dress. The company proudly maintains its position as the leading British fashion house.
“The length of the coat was perfect, as were the elegant pointy pump, the dark tights and the elegant gold-trimmed clutch and gloves.
The stylist continued that the Duchess’s choice of beautifully manicured nails without color “signified dignity and purity.”
“Also wearing a recycled Philip Traece fascinator, we are once again reminded of the understated elegance and dedication of being a grounded person and a beloved woman of the people,” Rachel continued.
“Time and again we see how perfectly composed and dignified the Duchess of Cambridge is and how her choice of elegant sophistication shows her relevance and dedication to the Royal Family. “
The royal wore a £ 1,605 Roland Mouret gown with an asymmetrical neckline, a piece she previously wore to the Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance in 2018.
“In the months to come, we can be assured that Kate Middleton will represent the Royal Family with the utmost decorum and style.
“Wearing a mix of feminine and stylish designers, from high end to high street, Kate shows us accessible fashion and is never shy about wearing outfits. ”
Meanwhile, celebrity hairstylist James Johnson has revealed that the Duchess’s hairstyle is positioned in a “sophisticated” material to create an understated and dignified look to honor the late royal.
“Kate’s hair was styled beautifully for the funeral, with the style low-key keeping the look formal and a lady,” he commented.
Her refined look showed off her sleek, sophisticated style to honor the Duke’s sad passing. She becomes the best model and the icon who will be an exceptional queen in the years to come.