Friday, March 17, 2017

Well, How Does She Do It? Two Countries, Three Engagements, Kate is her Usual Dazzling Self!!!!!

The Duchess of Cambridge wowed in an ice-blue Jenny Packham gown in Paris today at a dinner hosted by Her Majesty's Ambassador to France - her third outfit change in just a matter of hours. It was a whirlwind day for William and Kate.

They started the day at a St. Patrick's Day parade in London before taking a private jet to Paris to begin a two-day Brexit charm offensive.

The Duchess of Cambridge dazzled in three outfits in just a matter of hours in the French capital. She kicked off her sartorial showcase at the Elysée Palace with a green Catherine Walker coat dress for a meeting with the French president.

A little while later she changed into a black Alexander McQueen gown complete with oversized pearls and Gianvito Rossi heels when she and William attended the British Embassy to launch Les Voisins - The Neighbours - a year-long celebration of UK-French links.

Kate stuns in a custom Alexander McQueen gown as the Duke and Duchess attend a reception at the British Embassy in Paris on Friday evening to launch Les Voisins - The Neighbours - a year-long celebration of UK-French links

The Duchess of Cambridge takes a drink of Guinness as she meets with soldiers of the 1st Battalion Irish Guards with William Prince William and Kate celebrated St Patrick's Day with a pint of Guinness today on their first official engagement since his epic 'dad-dancing' during a wild lads' weekend.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been honouring soldiers from the Irish Guards on St Patrick's Day in Hounslow, West London, before travelling to France for a two-day Brexit charm offensive.

After his Alpine exploits last weekend William looked pensive and self-conscious at an earlier parade as his smiling wife, wearing all-green, had a cascade of shamrocks - the national emblem of Ireland - pinned to her coat.

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