According to reports, Queen Elizabeth II wants the Duchess of Cambridge to lower her hemlines!
If you thought Kate Middleton's wardrobe was too classic and safe before, you're really gonna hate it now!
The Queen apparently wants Kate to wear longer skirts when she goes on her tour of Australia in April, in addition to wearing more jewels, particularly more tiaras.
More tiaras is something we could all use in our lives!
On top of that, the Queen has offered the services of her personal dresser Angela Kelly to help Kate look more regal.
Regarding the royal matter, a source says:
"Angela has been asked to start selecting jewels ahead of the trip. She knows most of the pieces in the Queen’s private collection. Her understanding is crucial because this trip will be about Kate appearing more Royal than ever – you can expect to see a lot more tiaras and the Queen will be watching closely."
And you might think that Kate just wakes up like that, but she needs a lot of help to look flawless.
David Emanuel, who put together many of the looks Kate's worn on previous trips abroad, said:
"Even a modern-day Royal needs help with dressing. Kate is going to be scrutinised from head to toe. We take for granted how good she looks but it’s a lot of work. You need to think about the national colours of the country, its flag and emblems and how to reflect that in the clothes you wear. It takes weeks of research and Kate is going to need quality couture for the trip.
She will be travelling in a warm climate and she will need quality-cut clothes. She really needs a full-time member of staff to help with her wardrobe. It’s not just the frock, it’s the whole thing – shoes, clutch, accessories. A superstar would take an entire personal entourage to look after them. There’s no room for a fashion faux pas."
Guess we won't be having any more upskirt moments like that time in Canada!
But U can relive that gloriously windy day in the gallery (below)!
[Image via WENN.]
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