Royal watchers slam Duchess of Cambridge over Alexander McQueen 'prom dress'

Royal watchers slam Duchess of Cambridge over Alexander McQueen 'prom dress'

Britain's Duchess of Cambridge was one of the high ranking royals honouring the arrival of The Netherlands' Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander this evening, debuting a new gown for the occasion.

As mentioned earlier her Cambridge Lover's Knot tiara, which once belonged to Princess Diana, turned heads as Kate arrived.

She also wore it in 1982 at a state banquet for Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands, staged at Hampton Court Palace.

The tiara is over one hundred years old and now belongs to the Queen, though it once belonged to Queen Mary.

Kate Middleton wore a blue mermaid-style gown by Alexander McQueen to a state banquet at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday. By the way, treasures of rich jewelry collection Princess Diana Prince William and Prince Harry fraternally divided between your spouses in jewelry Diana in public appearances already and Meghan Markle.

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'It was through scholarships, financial aid programmes and work-study where my earnings from a job on campus went directly towards my tuition, I was able to attend university, ' she told students.

The tiara wasn't the only piece of jewellery of Diana's the Duchess of Cambridge wore.

According to the Daily Express, "Meghan was spotted whispering to one of her royal aides" before leaving the market with her security team just eight minutes into the scheduled 15-minute visit.

The pregnant Duchess of Sussex has had her schedule cut back during her first royal tour, after a hectic start to her visit to Australia and the South Pacific with husband Prince Harry. Kate put it on display for the first time in December 2017 at the Diplomatic Corps reception. It passed through generations of royal women to the Queen Mother who, on her death in 2002, left it to the Queen. Add Royal Family as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Royal Family news, video, and analysis from ABC News.

As per protocol, female members of both the Dutch and British royal families donned ballgowns and tiaras for the event.

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