Kate Middleton Re-Wore an Old Dress to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Royal Wedding — but For a Sweet Reason



The royal wedding ceremony day is lastly right here! After what seems like years of ready (but actually, it was solely about six months), Prince Harry and Meghan Markle formally tied the knot in a stunning ceremony at St George’s Chapel. The bride clearly stole the present in a Givenchy bridal robe designed by Clare Waight Keller. But we’re additionally swooning over Kate Middleton’s royal wedding ceremony look. And, extra importantly, we’re additionally swooning over why she selected it.

Middleton at all times knocks it out of the park together with her style decisions, so we’re not stunned that she confirmed up wanting like absolute perfection. (We imply, that is a girl who gave start and stepped out for pictures with nary a hair misplaced.)  Markle’s new sister-in-law Middleton selected a pale yellow Alexander McQueen gown and Philip Treacy hat. But the attention-grabbing factor? Middleton has already worn that gown. And not as soon as, but twice — she reportedly wore it to Princess Charlotte’s christening and to Queen Elizabeth II’s birthday celebration.

Now, you could be questioning, Why would Kate Middleton re-wear a gown? And to Harry and Meghan’s royal wedding ceremony, of all occasions? Well, we’ve a feeling it was so she wouldn’t upstage the bride. Middleton in all probability knew that everybody can be curious to see her outfit, so she saved it easy. The duchess, by the best way, typically recycles her appears to be like, which we predict is each environmental and elegant.

Honestly, we’re copying Middleton’s complete search for all of the summer season weddings we’re attending this season.

It’s completely understated and gained’t upstage the bride, but attractive sufficient that we’d need to Instagram the ish out of it.

Middleton and Prince William wed on April 29th, 2011 and have been the discuss of the city throughout their very own royal ceremony that was watched world wide. For her nuptials, she wore a gown designed for her by Sarah Burton, the inventive director at Alexander McQueen. Yep — Middleton positively has a factor for McQueen.

We love Kate’s gown, but we love the sentiment behind her alternative much more. She’s such a considerate sister-in-law already.



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