Kate Middleton’s Dress Choice For a Rainy Day Is Surprisingly Very Cheery
On the eve of the anniversary of Princess Diana's death, Kate Middleton, Prince William, and Prince Harry visited the Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace. Never failing to dress for the occasion, Kate wore a green and orange poppy-printed dress. The Prada number was most appropriate for the garden, which was dedicated to Princess Diana and filled with some of her favorite flowers. The dress flowed as Kate walked, and long sleeves kept the outfit modest.
As Kate toured the area with the two princes, we took note: the cheery print was perfect for battling rainy-day blues. The Duchess of Cambridge didn't seem to mind the weather too much and despite all odds, glowed in her dress. She even wore her trusty L.K. Bennett pumps in the rain. If you fell in love with Kate's dress too, it's luckily still shoppable, along with similar options ahead.
Kate Middleton Visited the Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace
The space was transformed into a White Garden dedicated in memory of Princess Diana.
Kate Wore a Poppy Print Dress to Chase Away the Rainy-Day Blues
The long-sleeved ensemble was from Prada.
She Glowed in the Rain
Kate wore green Monica Vinader earrings and her trusty L.K. Bennett beige pumps.
Prince William Accompanied Kate For the Visit
Prince Harry Was There Too — and the Trio Looked Quite Good
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