Caption: The Queen is apparently is keen to see Kate looking more regal on the upcoming tour, with longer hemlines and more jewels.
Caption: Ralph & Russo were the first British designer to be officially part of Couture Fashion Week for 100 years
As Kate and William’s royal tour to Australia draws near, interest in the minute details of their schedule, childcare plans, and of course Kate’s wardrobe is reaching fever pitch.
A worldwide fashion icon, the Duchess’s wardrobe will be under even more scrutiny than usual as she embarks on her second official royal tour, seen by millions as an ambassador for British fashion.
As well as no doubt remaining loyal to some of her long standing favourite designers such as, Temperley, the 32-year-old has apparently also commissioned Ralph & Russo to design some of her pieces for the trip.
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