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Monday, June 4, 2012

Kate and Camilla sheltered from the rain in style on pageant day with bespoke umbrellas


 While the Queen dazzled in a white Swarovski crystal emblazoned outfit, the Duchess of Cambridge shone in a vibrant red dress and hat, as she joined fellow members of the Royal Family for the spectacular Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant, yesterday afternoon.

Not even the cold, wet British weather could dampen the spirits of the thousands of onlookers who lined the riverside to watch 1000 boats sail in honour of the Queen, and Kate, or Catherine as she is officially known, appeared to be relishing every moment of the special occasion, as she laughed and joked with her husband, the Duke of Cambridge, and brother-in-law, Prince Harry, who looked dashing in their military uniforms.

Kate’s outfits are always a talking point and she once again lived up to her title of style queen as she chatted to excited fans and waved at the crowds, dressed in a long-sleeved, scarlet Alexander McQueen gown.

It’s unsurprising she chose a McQueen creation for the magnificent occasion, as the label didn’t let her down when designer Sarah Burton created her now iconic wedding dress.

The frock is ‘bang-on-trend’ as they say in the fashion world, and variations of the design have been sported by X Factor judge Tulisa and Kim Kardashian! Kate’s take on the dress was a little more demure…

The Duchess teamed the dress with an eye-catching red hat by Sylvia Fletcher from royal milliner James Lock & Co and delighted eagle-eyed Scottish onlookers, by carrying a scarf made of Strathearn tartan. Her Scottish title is of course the Countess of Strathearn.

The off-the-peg versions of the Queen's preferred style retails for £16 in the company's shop and on their website, where it is billed as 'a real fashion icon as worn by the Queen'.

Yesterday, the Queen opted for a white trimmed umbrella, which got its first airing as she stepped off the royal barge when yesterday's Jubilee pageant came to an end at Tower Bridge.

Camilla had a cream outfit, with black accessories, and as such chose an umbrella with a black trim.

The Duchess of Cambridge, who ordered a black-trimmed transparent umbrella to match her Temperley dress at the War Horse premiere which William held gallantly over his wife's head, yesterday plumped for a bright scarlet umbrella to complement her vibrant Alexander McQueen dress.  Kate's umbrella was the men's Huntsman's style, which retails at £19, rendered in the perfect colour.

'We get the colours pretty spot on,’ Nigel Fulton said recently.
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