Kate Middleton, 41, has been the main protagonist of the Scottish coronation of Charles III.
Accompanied by Prince William, the Princess of Wales won the hearts of the Scots with her cobalt blue Catherine Walker coat and Philip Treacy headdress.
Known for her ability to conquer the public, Kate has left a positive impression on the citizens who have gathered in the streets to see the tour from the Palace of Holyroodhouse to the Edinburgh Cathedral.
Kate Middleton’s Outfit in Scotland
On this occasion, Kate Middleton has chosen to wear a cobalt blue dress coat, designed by Catherine Walker. It is interesting to note that this same dress was already worn at Easter Mass this year, albeit with some subtle differences.
The outfit, with contrasting lapels, large buttons, and pockets, highlights her fitted figure and reflects her impeccable style. To complete her elegant look, the princess wore a matching headdress, designed by Philip Treacy.
Unlike the Easter mass, Kate has opted for a very elaborate updo for the coronation of Charles III, showing her versatility in terms of hairstyles.
The Philip Treacy headpiece was the perfect complement to enhance her style.
Although some criticize the expense of her wardrobe, the closet of the Princess of Wales is extensive and she shows wisdom by carefully choosing her outfits for each occasion.
Kate Middleton’s evolution within the monarchy has been impressive, especially since taking on the role of Princess of Wales.
Middleton has dedicated her time to visiting numerous projects focused on children, sports, and mental health, highlighting her commitment to relevant causes.