Let’s see how many folks jump straight to the comments to inform us that there is no such thing as British Thanksgiving. But y’know? We think there might be something to the idea. The Duchess of Sussex put on her best autumnal pieces (her only ones, going by the last six months of fashion) to head out to Hubb Community Kitchen in order to break bread and meet with the women who helped inspire her cookbook: Together: Our Community Cookbook. Knowing she’s got an American fanbase that the rest of the royals probably don’t enjoy at that level, she may just be exhibiting the kind of promotional skill that helped her land and stick with a minor hit TV show for so many years.
In other words, we think she might actually be doing Thanksgiving cosplay on purpose. Tell us she doesn’t look like she should be carrying a tray of sweet potato casserole or a pumpkin pie here:
Oh. We probably should have warned you that these shots were so full of love, community, and sister power.
Anyway, it is AMAZING how fantastic she looks when she loosens up a little on her style restrictions, embraces a deep, rich color, and shows a little sass and personality in her style. Ditch all those navy sheaths, Duchess. Get yourself more wine-red minidresses with velvet collars, please. Also: booties.
This is the cutest thing she’s ever worn. And we think it says something about where her priorities as a royal truly lie. She’ll do what’s asked of her in terms of royal tours and balcony appearances, but she clearly wants to get into the community and make some sort of difference.
Club Monaco ‘Daylina’ Wool Coat in Burgundy
Club Monaco ‘Sallyet’ Dress with Velvet Collar Detail in Burgundy
Birks Gold Bar Earrings
Givenchy Heeled Ankle Boots
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages, clubmonaco.com, farfetch.com]
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