For a reception organized near a Mayan temple in Belize, Kate Middleton had fallen for a sublime dress of the brand The Vampire’s Wife, which she is a fan. A glittering outfit for an appearance noticed.
The new appearance of Kate Middleton did not go unnoticed. In official trip as part of the celebrations of the jubilee of Elizabeth II, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have put their bags, March 19, in Belize, as part of a tour in the Caribbean. While their first stay is coming to an end, and they are about to go to Jamaica, they decided to leave in beauty, with a reception given in their honor by the Governor General of Belize, Froyla Tzalam, in a very particular and symbolic place: the archaeological center of Cahal Pech in San Ignacio.
Cahal Pech is, according to archaeological studies, the oldest site in the country. The temple, now in ruins, is one of the most important Mayan remains in Belize, a country located south of Mexico and east of Guatemala. And for the occasion, Prince William and Kate Middleton were on their 31. If the grandson of Elizabeth II wore a blue suit with a matching shirt, his wife had opted for a sparkling pink dress, the model The Light Sliper Dress, the brand Vampire’s Wife. A brand very appreciated by the Duchess of Cambridge, who wore one of their creations, a green dress, for her visit to Ireland in 2020. To complete her look, she had cracked for beautiful golden earrings and a white clutch embroidered with Mayan motifs.
Kate Middleton’s wardrobe scrutinized in Belize
Who says official trip also says real parade for Kate Middleton, who has imposed herself since her marriage to Prince William as one of the best dressed crowned heads. Respectful of protocol, she is known for her refined tastes, and to highlight British designers, such as Alexander McQueen, Jenny Packham or The Vampire’s Wife, launched by the model Susie Cave. However, it happens to make some infidelities to throw his devotion on other creations, as his sublime blue dress printed designer Tory Burch, or his blue earrings from the French brand Sézane.
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