Kate Middleton has made her first appearance as Princess of Wales sporting a striking red coat, a nice tribute to Lady Di.
The period of mourning in the Royal Family for the death of Queen Elizabeth II, is over. This Tuesday, September 27, Kate Middleton has recovered the color in her styling with a visit to Wales, the nation that gives its name to the title she has held for just a few weeks.
The new Princess of Wales has left behind the mourning and wanted to give a very special nod to the mother of her husband, Prince William.
Kate was accompanied by the Prince of Wales have moved to the island of Anglesey, where both visited Holyhead to meet the crew and volunteers of the RNLI Lifeboat Station.
They visited St Thomas’ Church which supports the people of Swansea which functions as a food bank and essential items for vulnerable mothers, it also provides shelter for the homeless.
This visit left a tender image to remember: a little girl has approached the Princess of Wales to give her some flowers.
Afterwards, the royal couple went to a nearby cafe, where they shared a pleasant moment with local citizens.
Kate Middleton’s red coat a nod to Lady Di
For this first appearance as Princess of Wales, Kate has opted for a red coat, one of the emblematic colors of Wales. It is a new design by L.K. Bennet, with metal buttons, golden like the buckle on the side pockets.
The most striking thing about this garment is that it bears the name Spencer, the maiden name of Princess Diana, for whom the brand also created a pair of Diana ankle boots.
Another nod that Kate made to Princess Diana was to wear a red coat. William’s mother wore in 1982 a red jacket, tied by a black belt over a black pleated false pleat.
In the case of Kate Middleton, she has opted for a black top and pants, which she has combined with a Grace Han leather bag and matching pumps in the same tone. As for jewelry, she wore Spells of Love earrings, as well as her engagement ring.
With this first act as Prince and Princess of Wales, Kate and William wanted to have a nice gesture with Wales, where they lived their first years of marriage.