The Cambridges are out in the world again, proving that they have legs and doing their best to lead cheers while the country tries to soldier on. You know. Royal stuff:
The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge has granted nearly £1.8 million to 10 leading charities at the heart of mental health and frontline support through a bespoke fund set up as part of the organisation’s response to COVID-19.https://t.co/KncevCNway pic.twitter.com/KoTgGwi1xz
— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) July 23, 2020
AttaRoyals. We, for our parts, are shallow and want to talk about the fashion.
It’s a super-cute dress. The scale of the print is a little subtle for these shots, but that’s not really an issue. It’s a little tough to tell from these shots, but it looks like she opted to play down the sash and not do it up in a bow, for which we’re grateful. But we love the shape and style for her. We tend to think that length of sleeve is not always optimal, but the proportions are just right for her frame. Of course she wore the espadrilles again. We’re just happy we can’t see them and hope that someday, she gets the nerve to show off the royal toes in a cute pair of sandals – which is exactly what this dress calls for if it’s not calling for a cute pair of kicks.
– Suzannah Polka Dot Cotton Shirt Dress
– Daniella Draper Cupid Hoop Earrings
– Sézane ‘Stéphanie’ Cuff
– Castañer Carina Wedge Espadrilles
[Photo Credit: Kensington Palace/Instagram, suzannah.com, sezane.com]
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