Kate Middleton has reappeared at the reception of the climate change summit in a dress very similar to another with which Queen Letizia already shone in the past.
Kate Middleton and Prince William have returned to official events through the big door. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have become the protagonists at the climate change summit that was held on November 1 and that could not count on the presence of Queen Elizabeth II, who is resting after being forced to go to the hospital due to health problems.
Kate Middleton in Climate Change Conference in Glasgow
Kate Middleton has once again shone with her own light with a dress that is very reminiscent of another that Queen Letizia has in her wardrobe. The Duchess of Cambridge opted for a garment from the British brand Eponine, a Klein blue dress and long midi, whose price is around 3,000 euros.
For her part, Queen Letizia premiered the dress in 2020 during the Military Easter. In the case of the consort, it is a slightly darker model than Kate Middleton’s, longer and has jewel buttons, while those of the Duchess of Cambridge are black. However, both have a very similar pattern.
Kate combined the dress with Navy salons by Rupert Sanderson and earrings, of the same tone, by Kiko McDonough.
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