Passing through the Commonwealth Games on Monday August 2, 2022, alongside Prince William and Princess Charlotte, Kate Middleton was dressed in a magnificent white suit, the price of which Closer reveals to you today.
As the future heir to the British crown after Prince Charles and Queen Elizabeth II, who recently celebrated 70 years of reign during his Platinum Jubilee, Prince William has many royal obligations that he must regularly fulfill. Present at Wembley Stadium on Sunday July 31, 2022 to attend the final of women’s football euro, which was won by the England team against Germanythe eldest son of Lady Diana went to the Commonwealth Games on Sunday August 2, 2022. For the occasion, he was accompanied by his wife, Kate Middleton, and his daughter, Princess Charlotte.
The latter stood out when she raised her hands in the air as she encouraged the gymnasts. For her part, the Duchess of Cambridge, who had caused a sensation when she had attended a sailing competition dressed in a sailor a few days earlier, appeared to be in high spirits as she arrived at the Sandwell Aquatics Center to watch the swim event. Prince William’s wife was dressed for the occasion in a white pantsuit signed Alexander McQueen. An outfit estimated at 1,945 pounds sterling, or 2,328 euros, according to the DailyMail.
Kate and William alone with Princess Charlotte at the Commonwealth Games
For the record, this is not the first time that Kate Middleton has worn this magnificent ensemble. In fact, she had previously sported this outfit during her Caribbean tour with Prince William earlier this year. This trip had also caused controversy across the Channel, in particular because of its high cost of 265,000 euros, because it was paid for by British taxpayers. On his side, Princess Charlotte wore a dress by Rachel Riley, estimated at 44 pounds sterling, or 52.5 euros. As a reminder, this is one of the rare public outings where Princess Charlotte finds herself alone with her parents. Usually, her two brothers, Prince George and Prince Louis, almost always accompany her.