Kate Middleton’s Glamorous Gala Gown Paid Homage To Princess Diana
Prince William and Kate have gone on an eight-day tour of the Caribbean. During their sixth day, the royal couple attended a state dinner that was hosted by Sir Patric Allen, the Governor General of Jamaica.
Kate Middleton’s Stunning Emerald Green Gown
All eyes were on the Duchess of Cambridge when she showed up donning a stunning emerald green gown, which was similar to the gown worn by Princess Diana during her official engagement portraits in 1981. Graham Wren designed Princess Diana’s look for Nettie Vogues,
On Wednesday, Kate wore a green gown, which was a bespoke dress that was designed by Jenny Packham. She was accessorized with a bracelet and matching earrings that were on loan from the Queen. She also had her insignias pinned to her gown, which include her Royal Family Order and her Dame Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order.
Kate Middleton And Prince William Attends Special Military Parade
The next day, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended a special military parade for service members from different parts of the Caribbean who finished the Caribbean Military Academy’s Officer Training Program.
The royal couple also stood in the back of a dark green open Top Land Rover. They channeled Queen Elizabeth and Prince William when they visited Kingston in November 1953.
The royal’s visit to the Bahamas is the final leg of their Caribbean tour. They will be attending The Bahamas Platinum Jubilee Sailing Regatta, visiting the people in Abaco, and meeting with Coral Vita, one of William’s Earthshot Prize winners, to name a few.
Tensions Rise In Some Caribbean Nations
Kate and Prince William were well received when they visited Belize and Jamaica. However, they also encountered some backlash.
Some people in Belize conducted anti-colonial protests, which forced the royal couple to cancel one of their first outings. In Jamaica, Kate and Prince William heard some people’s call for reparation and for the Queen to be dropped as Jamaica’s head of state. Bahamas National Reparations Committee (BNRC) also released a letter that said, “The time is now for reparations.”
Prince William Gave A Speech At Dinner At King’s House.
“I want to express my profound sorrow. Slavery was abhorrent. And it should never have happened,” he said.
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