It seems that the bitter pill that Kate Middleton and her husband Prince William had to swallow upon their arrival in Belize is now behind them. The busy schedule of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge continues without pause after last Friday they began a trip to Caribbean countries belonging to the Commonwealth on behalf of Queen Elizabeth II as part of the Platinum Jubilee of Her Majesty.
Meetings with authorities, visits to localities and meetings with residents were some of the events scheduled for the couple but, undoubtedly, one where Kate dazzled was at the reception organized at the Mayan ruins of Cahal Pech.
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Kate Middleton pink dress
For the appointment, the duchess shone -literally- like a beautiful movie actress and she chose to wear a dress that made her forget the inconveniences experienced during her trip.
Kate wore a dress in pink, a design with ruffled sleeves and light skirt made to measure by the firm The Wife’s Vampire, one of the favorites of the duchess.
On her feet she wore metallic Jimmy Choo sandals and as accessories she winked to the local culture by wearing a white clutch with Mayan style decorations in black.
The mother of George, Charlotte and Louis also left her voluminous hair behind and opted for a straight hairstyle with a parted in the middle and left her face uncovered to show off her O’nitaa earrings.
The Bahamas and Jamaica are the next destinations for the Duke and Duchess. The tour is expected to end on March 26 and they will head to London, where they will meet Queen Elizabeth and a large number of guests from other royal households to attend the funeral service in honor of the Queen’s late husband, Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, an event which is also scheduled to be attended by the King and Queen of Spain.