It was the society wedding of the year. But to Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, it was one of the most precious moments of her life. Her little sister Pippa Middleton was tying the knot. So no doubt Duchess has to choose a bespoke sophisticated dress that will justify her role on Pippa’s big day. Duchess chose Alexander McQueen , the same designer she chose for own big day in April 2011.
Duchess looked very elegant and beautiful in bespoke pale dusty pink mid-length dress that has deep V-Neck and billowing sleeves with fitted bodice. The dress was a customised version of label’s Bell Sleeve Wool Crepe Dress.
she paired with a matching fascinator by another go to label Jane Taylor.
As per Ella Alexander’s story in Harper’s Bazaar UK, the Duchess visited McQueen’s HQ in recent weeks to meet with Sarah Burton to discuss the design. As per Ella, “Presumably the Duchess didn’t want to overshadow her sister on her big day thus the pared-down, yet elegant look.”
Duchess chose her trusty Gianvito Rossi suede praline pink pumps for the big day.
She wore new morganite and diamond earrings by Kiki McDonough.
Duchess was a totally motherly figure when she handled the young bridal party so efficiently that include her own adorable kids Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Princess Charlotte wins the heart by her beautiful smile at the entrance of church. How can we forget that “royal Ssshhh”!!!
It may have been their aunt’s big day but Prince George and Princess Charlotte, dressed in Spanish retailer Pepa and Co, managed to steal the limelight from Pippa as they served as page boy and bridesmaid at the society wedding of the year.
Charlotte who is just 1 year old was adorable and cute as button in white dress and headpiece made of flower.
It was a sisterly moment when Duchess was seen setting Pippa’s train before Pippa said I do, just like Pippa did at the royal wedding in 2011.
At the end of the ceremony Duchess has a moment with her adorable kids.