Kate Middleton, the lady in red conquers Canada

Kate Middleton, the lady in red conquers Canada

The Duchess of Cambridge shows off her best: she pays no expense and wears a splendid 1000 pound dress

Kate Middleton and William, the trip to Canada

Kate Middleton is always Kate Middleton. It doesn't matter how much you criticize her, how much you get mad about her bourgeois origins and the low-cost clothes she loves to wear, how much she regrets the timeless elegance of the cumbersome mother-in-law Lady Diana or how much she mortifies her by preferring her risque ex model, Sofia of Sweden. Lady Middleton knows how to get rid of opponents and win the crown of the most beautiful in the realm.

This is what he did at the historic reconciliation ceremony with the Canadian First Nations in Victoria, in the monarch's residence, which has 13 bedrooms, where the Dukes of Cambridge and their children are guests. William's wife enchanted everyone at the reception with a splendid red dress by Thornton Bregazzi, worth £ 1000, which immediately earned her the title of "Lady in Red" or "Lady in Red".

The minimal but certainly effective look was completed by a clutch by Jenny Packham and red pumps, probably by Gianvito Rossi, already worn with Alexander McQueen's dress during the day. On the lobes of the precious yellow gold earrings with Soru pearl. William's wife sported the maple-shaped diamond brooch, the symbol of the host country, for the second time since her arrival in Canada. It is a jewel belonging to the English royal family. The Queen Mother received it as a gift from her husband George VI in 1939 on the occasion of the state visit to Canada.

Today in the country there are 634 First Nations groups with their governments, half of which are located in the provinces of Ontario and British Columbia. Kate's choice of brooch was a further tribute to the host nation and thanks to this sign she was able to win over the 200 guests present at the ceremony.

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