There’s been much discussion and speculation about what Kate Middleton, the Princess of Wales will be wearing for her father in law,King Charles III’s Coronation on the 6th May .
The big event will be taking place this Saturday at Westminster Abbey, and the whole world will be watching. So it’s no surprise so much thought has been put into the senior royals’ attire.
In terms of Kate, it’s been revealed that her wardrobe choice will be“demure” and “fitting for a future Queen,”not to mention “very thought through” so that she “won't outshine Camilla.”
With all this info to take in, plenty of her fans have been desperate to know if a final decision has been made.
While we probably won’t get word of the whole thing until Saturday, it’s recently been claimed that she’ll go without a tiara.
Instead, the 41 year old will be wearing a floral headpiece, which means the Coronation may break yet another royal wardrobe tradition. (In case you missed it,Camilla will be wearing the crown of Queen Maryrather than her own.)
This news suggests that the Princess could be opting for more of a natural look for the event, rather than something overly formal. However, according tothe Times , this could disappoint traditionalists who may have been hoping to see the Royal Family in their most formal of glad rags.
The floral choice could not only be a conscious decision to not outdo Camilla, but also to pay homage to Charles’ wishes of the Coronation following a nature, greenery and environmental theme.
This motif has also been documented in the official invitations which were sent out last month. The design included plenty of references to nature, including drawings of birds, flowers, insects, and the ancient green Man symbol.
Plus, the thrones used in the ceremony are being re-used rather than brand new, which is customary of previous Coronations.
As well as this, it’s common knowledge that Kate was thought to have wanted to wear a floral headpiece on her wedding day to Prince William back in 2011.
We know now that she swapped this for a traditional tiara, so it makes sense that should an opportunity arise where she could wear one, she’d make the most of it.
But with Kate being such a fashionista and a style icon for many people out there, whatever she rocks up to Westminster Abbey in on Saturday, we’re sure she’ll look stunning.
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