The Duchess of Cambridge is always a style inspiration, and she didn’t disappoint as she joined the Queen, Prince Philip, and other members of the Royal family on the second day of the Diamond Jubilee. Kate chose a lemon Emilia Wickstead dress for a boat ride down the Thames River with her husband, Prince William, and brother-in-law, Prince Harry. The trio was all smiles for their trip on Spirit of Chartwell. Afterward, they made an appearance at Leicester Square where they met well-wishers from around the world. Reports suggest that the Duchess of Cambridge opted for a lemon-colored dress from Emilia Wickstead with a matching Philip Treacy hat, suede Gianvito Rossi heels, and a pale clutch. It follows two equally showstopping looks from the pair yesterday: for her appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace for Trooping the Colour, Kate sported a classic white coat dress from Alexander McQueen with a Philip Treacy hat, and Meghan wore an off-the-shoulder navy dress by Roland Mouret and wide-brimmed Stephen Jones hat as she watched the parade from the Major General’s Office, which overlooks Whitehall.
Kate looked stunning in a lemon Emilia Wickstead dress on the second day of the Jubilee celebrations.
The Duchess of Cambridge, who was greeted by well-wishers as she arrived at Leicester Square, joined other members of the Royal Family to watch a flypast featuring The Queen’s favorite aircraft.
Opting for a lemon-colored dress from Emilia Wickstead, the Duchess of Sussex paired the midi dress with a matching Philip Treacy hat. She completed the outfit with a pair of the Queen’s pearl and diamond drop earrings. For the traditional Trooping the Colour ceremony, Meghan Markle opted for a navy dress by Roland Mouret and a wide-brimmed Stephen Jones hat, while Kate Middleton wore a chic white coat dress from Alexander McQueen with a Philip Treacy hat.
She teamed her cream dress with matching heels and wore her hair in an elegant up-do.
Kate was greeted by well-wishers as she arrived at Leicester Square.
The royal waved to the crowd as she arrived in a lemon Emilia Wickstead dress and diamond tiara, before taking her seat alongside her husband William and the rest of the royal family.
The Duchess Graciously Shook Hands
The Duchess was very friendly, gracious, and welcoming to members of the public. She spoke with them warmly, showing a lovely smile as she exchanged words with them. Kate showed her kindness by giving out gifts and smiling at everyone who greeted her; she also looked very open while walking around, greeting people in a hospitable manner.
Queen’s Diamond Jubilee
Prince Charles, Prince Philip, and Prince William joined Kate to celebrate the Queen’s diamond jubilee.
Kate looked stunning in a lemon Emilia Wickstead dress with a matching fascinator and white gloves.
It was her second day at the Jubilee celebrations, which have been taking place all week. Yesterday she wore an Alexander McQueen dress that looked like it was made of water, but on Wednesday she went for something more traditional.
The Dashing Trio
Kate, William, and Harry were joined by other members of the Royal family, including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Harry, Prince Charles, and Camilla.
The group enjoyed a trip on a Royal barge along the Thames.
The Queen’s special barge, The Gloriana, arrived at the wharf in the city of London. Heads of state, including Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, and royals were on-hand to see the beginning of VJ Day celebrations. In addition to the royals that attended, Kate wore a lovely red dress with a string of pearls around her neck.
Kate, William, and Harry are Always Friendly to the Public
Kate, William, and Harry are always friendly to the public, despite their Royal duties.
On any other occasion, you can see Kate chatting with people who have come out to greet them as they pass by. It is clear that she takes an interest in what they have to say and will often respond to their questions with her comments about life in the spotlight.
Always Greet the Public Nicely if you are Royalty
When in public, always greet the public nicely if you are Royalty. This is a very simple rule, but it’s one that Kate has broken several times. In 2012, she was photographed shaking hands with a man who was wearing a full-face respirator mask for medical reasons he had been diagnosed with cancer and was undergoing chemotherapy. She also made headlines when she failed to talk to other members of the public at Buckingham Palace during Trooping the Colour celebrations in 2013.
Kate may not always be on her best behavior around members of the public, but her sister-in-law Meghan Markle definitely has no problem when it comes to making an effort with fans even when she’s tired from so many royal engagements!
The Royal family is always very nice to the public they meet. They are an inspiration for us all in everyday life. Kate is a wonderful example of this, shaking hands and making conversation with everyone she meets. We should all take note of Kate’s beautiful example and treat the people around us with respect. Meghan and Princess Kate are no strangers to expertly-appointed outfits, and Monday’s royal celebrations were no different. We may not have been lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the bride-to-be in person, but it seems she has picked up a few tips from the Queen on what makes a stylish day at the races or on the palace balcony. Both women seem to share a similar style when it comes to choosing the perfect formal look. If you’re going for a top hat and fascinator, now could be a good time to incorporate some Meghan-approved elegant touches into your wardrobe. This attention-grabbing show of fashion prowess comes at a time when the younger members of the royal family are increasing their efforts to attack online abuse and ‘let their hair down.