Princess Kate (41) enchanted with a white robe and tiara at the state banquet for the President and First Lady of South Korea. The 41-year-old welcomed together with her husband, heir to the throne Prince William (41), and King Charles III. (75) and Queen Camilla (76) Yoon Suk-yeol (62) and his wife Kim Keon Hee (51) to the celebrations at Buckingham Palace in London.
The Princess of Wales wore a white Jenny Packham dress for the glamorous occasion. The elegant robe with gold decorations on the shoulders reached to the floor. She paired it with long white gloves. Kate also wore earrings that once belonged to Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022), medals and sash.
On Princess Kate's head shone the Strathmore Rose Tiara, which belonged to Queen Mum (1900-2002) and was a gift from her parents in 1923. According to the Daily Mail, the headdress had not been seen in public for a very long time. Kate is said to be only the second person to ever wear the tiara.
Queen Camilla also chose a special tiara for the state banquet. She wore a headdress decorated with rubies and diamonds that once belonged to the Queen, who died in September 2022. The red gems matched Camilla's red velvet evening dress by Fiona Clare with flowing sleeves and a pleated skirt.
Princess Kate also caused a stir in a red outfit before the state banquet. Together with Prince William, she welcomed the high-ranking guests from South Korea in London on Tuesday morning (November 21st), with the wife of the heir to the British throne attracting everyone's attention in a red cape coat that, according to the British media, costs 3,000 pounds (the equivalent of almost 3,500 euros). attracted attention.
Princess Kate paired her coat with a striking bow by designer Catherine Walker with a matching wide-brimmed hat, red high heels and a red clutch.