Duchess Cathy has been making the rounds lately, as Duchesses are prone to doing, and we’ve decided to just throw a bunch of her looks up and offer our unasked-for opinions on them. Are you ready, minions? Are you ready, Cathy?
Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge at church service to mark Prince Philip’s 90th birthday. Catherine wore a Jane Troughton brocade coat, Zara dress and LK Bennett shoes.
Okay, so a church service to mark Prince Philip’s 90th birthday isn’t exactly the time to break out the glamour, but isn’t that a gorgeous coat? And isn’t the color spectacular on her? The hat’s a little “Eliza Doolittle,” though.
However, attending a wedding while you yourself are still recovering from your own is a perfect time to dress like you’re ready for a party. It’s some other bitch’s day; let her do all the fretting. You’re here to enjoy the open bar and kick off your shoes on the dance floor. She looks pretty hot here, but what happened to poor Pippa? We fear a royal decree was handed down in the wake of her asstacular wedding appearance and now she’s forced to dress like her own mother whenever she appears in public with her sister. C’mon, Pips! The world fell in love with your ass from afar! Work that thang!
Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge join the royal family for their “Trooping the Colour” parade debut as a couple. Catherine wore an Alexander McQueen double-breasted coat.
Gorgeous coat. Nice to see her turning once in a while to big name British designers. It’s the same hat she wore with the DVF dress. Kittens, what do we all think of her hat sense? We admit, we generally look at the British lady affection for hats from a somewhat campy perspective. Then again, we think a lot of the British ladies who sport them tend to look at them the same way. They’re a bit much in many cases and that is, we suspect, the point. We’ve never seen Cathy in a hat we hated, but we don’t think she’s ever really wowed us with one either.
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