At the Queen’s Jubilee concert, Kate, William, George and Charlotte wear the colors of the British flag


At the Queen’s Jubilee concert, Kate, William, George and Charlotte wear the colors of the British flag
Written by aquitodovale

White, red, blue. The combined look of the Cambridge family is not left to chance. For the grand concert organized for Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee at Buckingham Palace, William, Kate, George and Charlotte, arrive and sit last in the Royal box, reserved for the royal family, together with 20,000 people gathered in front of Buckingham Palace to celebrate The Queen’s long reign in music with a great show called “Platinum Party At The Palace” .
Lined up in the front row of the royal box, the Dukes of Cambridge offer the public a glance that does not go unnoticed: Kate Middleton is in white, her hair down and resting on her shoulder, next to her Charlotte, in red, and finally William and George: in blue dress. It is their homage – entrusted to the looks – to the grandmother and great-grandmother queen, absent this evening in her honor for health reasons.

No less heartfelt is the homage of the public, who to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the reign of Her Majesty wave flags, dance and sing to the rhythm on the notes of the likes of Diana Ross, Alicia Keys, George Ezra, Elton John (in video ) and Andrea Bocelli.

Together with Prince William and his family, all relatives of the royal family were present except Harry and Meghan, locked up in the residence of Frogmore House: Carlo and Camilla, first of all, even went up on stage for a speech in homage to the queen – whom the heir to the throne calls “mammy”; there Princess Anna and her husband Captain Phillips, their daughter Zara and husband Mike Tindall, Zara’s brother Peter, with daughters Savannah and Isla; the princesses Eugenia and Beatrice of York with husbands, Jack Brooksbank and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi; the Earls of Wessex Edward and Sophie with their children, James Viscount Severn and Lady Louise. The queen’s absence weighs heavily on the audience gathered to celebrate her, as well as on the guests who have sent her video messages, from Sir Attenborough to Dame Judi Dench via Michelle Obama.

The look of William, Kate, George and Charlotte in detail

To achieve the celebratory effect with the matching color of the family outfits, to William e George the color blue was entrusted: suit jacket and tie similar to that of the father, “mini me” effect. Charlotte is instead in red: she wears a Souza for Kids dress with a cape on top combined with “the little red riding hood”, or perhaps the one that a queen would wear, but in fairy tales, mind Kate Middleton is back in a white blazer dress came in handy for the occasion. It is a Self Portrait model with belt and pockets with lace applications, sported just a month ago by the Duchess during a visit as patroness of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. A ‘recycled’ outfittherefore, in line with the policy of conscious use of fashion carried out for some time by the Duchess, more important than ever in a historical moment that sees Prince William, Kate’s husband, engaged on the environmental defense front, and in particular in a evening during which the prince takes the microphone for a passionate eco-themed speech while, in the background, the royal palace magically ‘blossoms’ to accompany his words thanks to the impressive game of projections that characterized the entire evening of the ‘Platinum Party At The Palace’.


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