Kate and Meghan’s “major moments” fashion choices
We have covered extensively on The Duchess Commentary what Kate and Meghan wore on their wedding days and for other important events in their lives, like their children’s christenings or for their engagement portraits. But I wanted to take a look at what the duchesses wore for some other special occasions we’ve not yet covered: Their engagement announcements and interviews (not official engagement portraits) and the public debuts of their children.
Kate almost always wears Alexander McQueen for her biggest moments, and, ever a fan of a pattern, wore Jenny Packham for the debuts of all three of her children.
Let’s take a look!
In a blue Issa dress at her engagement announcement, November 16, 2010, St. James’s Palace, chosen to set off her sapphire and diamond engagement ring
In a white LINE coat and a green Paroche dress at her engagement announcement, November 27, 2017, Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace
In a blue and white polka dot Jenny Packham dress introducing George Alexander Louis, July 23, 2013, Lindo Wing, chosen to honor Diana’s attire when she introduced William in 1982
In a yellow Jenny Packham dress introducing Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, May 2, 2015, Lindo Wing
In a red Jenny Packham dress introducing Louis Arthur Charles, April 23, 2018, Lindo Wing, chosen to honor Diana’s attire when she introduced Harry in 1984
In a white Grace Wales Bonner dress introducing Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, May 8, 2019, Windsor Castle