work Trooping The Colour It is customary to celebrate the birthday of the King or Queen of the United Kingdom. A tradition that spans more than 260 years, the grand ceremony will feature a parade of more than 1,400 soldiers, 200 horses and 400 musicians who come to celebrate the Queen in the month. June, which this year Trooping The Color event is scheduled to be held on June 13, but with the situation of COVID-19 This made it not possible to hold a grand celebration like every year. but will hold a banquet internally at Windsor Castle (Duchess Kate)
in the past year Members of the British Royal Family are dressed in the most beautiful robes to the biggest ceremonies of the year. And one of the royal family that dominates HELLO! It’s always been about fashion. Duchess of Cambridge who glorified every year in his majestic robes From the dress to the pastel coat and dress. until the beautiful Mala Moreover, he has never missed a single Trooping The Color event after his marriage to Prince William in 2011 Today HELLO! So let’s take everyone back to watch the Duchess Kate’s moments at the biggest summer parade of the year.
2011: Alexander McQueen white dress.
For the first official birthday the Duchess of Cambridge attended. He was dressed in an ivory white coat from Alexander McQueen Comes with matching pleated skirt, total value around 99,000 baht (approximately £2,290), in which he matched this dress with a chic design of Mala, designed by Sylvia Fletcher for the Lock & Co. brand.
Year 2012: A gorgeous blue dress from Erdem.
The following year, the Duchess Kate was as graceful as ever in a light blue long-sleeved dress. Designed and sewed by Canadian brand designers. Erdem that comes with a sleek neckline design Reminiscent of the Duchess Meghan’s Givenchy wedding dress. He paired this dress with a light blue mala to match the craftsmanship of Jane Corbett.
Year 2013: A sweet, soft pink dress by Alexander McQueen.
At the Duchess Kate’s third Trooping The Color, she was pregnant. and wearing a sweet pink coat dress from the brand Alexander McQueen decorated with large pearl buttons accompanied by a wide-winged crown that had attended the Garden Party in 2012
Year 2014 : Blue dress with skull print by Alexander McQueen.
To say that the Duchess of Cambridge is a huge fan of the brand. Alexander McQueen It couldn’t have been more wrong, because at Trooping The Color 2014, he chose to wear a light blue suit from this brand for the third time. and if we zoom in to see the pattern of the fabric clearly You can see that the front of the set has two skull prints as well.
Year 2015: Blue floral dress by Catherine Walker.
After Duchess Kate was born princess charlotte He immediately returned to perform royal duties. by wearing a blue dress with white floral print from the brand Catherine Walker Ready to match with Phra Kunthon, diamonds decorated with aquamarine.
2016: An Alexander McQueen dress that has been worn again.
The Duchess of Cambridge is known to have resurrected many of his robes. To be part of the sustainable fashion movement and for Trooping The Color 2016, the Duchess dressed in an elegant ivory coat dress from Alexander McQueen who had attended the baptism of Princess Charlotte Ready to match with a large flower embellishment from Philip Treacy.
Year 2017: Bright pink dress by Alexander McQueen.
For the Duchess of Cambridge’s Seventh Trooping The Color He also chose to wear his clothes from Alexander McQueen which comes in bright pink shades along with amulets from favorite designers like Jane Taylor by coming alongside Duchess of Cornwall in his pale pink robes to match
2018: A stunning light blue dress by Alexander McQueen.
One of the looks that became memorable for the Duchess of Cambridge’s Trooping The Color was in 2018 when she gave birth to a son. Prince Louis Two months before the big event But the Duchess of Cambridge still shines brightly. It is also the first time that the Duchess Meghan has attended the coronation ceremony.
2019 : Iconic light yellow look from Alexander McQueen.
Duchess Kate’s last look at Trooping The Color was in 2019. Before the outbreak of COVID-19, the Duchess of Cambridge was dressed in an elegant pale yellow dress from her favorite brand. Alexander McQueen Match with a wide embroidered mala decorated with cream flowers. Craftsmanship of design created by Philip Treacy.
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