‘Is This A 1980’s Prom?’ People Shame Kate Middleton For Her ‘Aluminum Foil’ Dress She Paraded To State Dinner At Buckingham Palace

Date October 24, 2018

It’s time to put a tiara on! The Duchess of Cambridge dazzled the crowd, sparkling in breathtaking jewels, as she headed to a state banquet at Buckingham Palace. Kate, joined by her husband, Prince William, was pictured wearing a stunning Lover’s Knot tiara, which is believed to be Princess Diana’s favorite. The Duchess’ classic hairdo highlighted the gorgeous pear drop earrings, which also belonged to William’s mother.


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The formal occasion marked the first time the mom-of-three wore a royal family order. It is a somewhat plain yellow brooch that was pinned down to Kate’s dress. Despite its simplicity, the royal family order is a prestigious honor. Many royal families around the world use them, but Queen Elizabeth II's has its own particular design and a special meaning.


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The pin, which features a small portrait of the Queen, represents the honor bestowed only upon female family members and is given as a way to show gratitude for their service. However, it is not the pin that stole the show.

Questionable dress

For the occasion, Duchess Kate chose a blue gown by her favorite designer, Alexander McQueen. Even though she looked undoubtedly beautiful, many royal fans criticized the dress, saying it appeared to have come from the 80s.


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What do you think about Kate’s outfit choice? Should she have chosen a different dress?

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