She’ll Never Be Forgotten: Kate Middleton Paid Special Tribute To Princess Diana At Baby Archie's Christening

July 9, 2019 12:27

The royal christening of Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor was a private event as announced earlier. Only a small gathering of family members was included in the official portrait. Kate Middleton seized the opportunity to pay a special tribute to Princess Diana.

Harry and Meghan’s perfect gesture

Princess Diana's two sisters Lady Jane Fellowes and Lady Sarah McCorquodale played a special role at baby Archie's christening. This touching gesture from the royal couple shows Prince Harry’s mother was honored enough at the royal christening.

In the official family photo released by the couple, Princess Diana’s sisters stood behind Harry and Meghan smiling at the camera. It's understandable why Prince Harry included his aunts, showing how much he misses his mother and how much her life will impact Archie's upbringing.

A special tribute to Princess Diana

Kate Middleton paid a special tribute to her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana at baby Archie's christening ceremony.

According to Mirror, the mother of three is believed to have worn Princess Diana’s Collingwood pearl earrings. The late Princess of Wales wore the same earrings to Prince Harry's christening back in 1984.

The Duchess of Cambridge looked stunning with the earrings as it contrasted against her long brunette hair which was held with a red headband. That was not all, Kate also wore Princess Diana's engagement ring, which looked really fascinating.

Kate undoubtedly is the epitome of grace and style!

Duchess Catherine flaunts her queen-like appearance

Kate Middleton and Prince William were in attendance for Archie’s christening at Windsor Castle's private chapel.

The Duchess looked radiant in a $1,785 pink Stella McCartney dress with an amazing detail around the neck.

Kate matched her outfit with a pair of Emma London vivid red pumps that cost $532 and a $564 chic headband.

It was a very sweet gesture on Kate’s part.