Kate Middleton's love affair with high end designer label Alexander McQueen is far from over, with the Duchess of Cambridge pulling out three different pieces for the four day Diamond Jubilee celebrations, but which look was her best?
K-Middy wowed us on Sunday when she brightened up the Thames in a fire engine red Alexander McQueen dress, but she gave the look a Royal twist. The Duchess lengthened the gorgeous frock a few inches longer to suit her own style – rather than replicate the way Kim Kardashian and Tulisa wore it.
She pinned on a classy dolphin brooch given to her by the Royal Navy Submarine Service. She teamed the look with a red maple leaf hat by Silvia Fletcher and wore her fave pair of L.K Bennett nude court shoes.
Way to steal the Queen's limelight, Kate!
And she firmly sealed her position as style queen to attend the Queen's Jubilee service at St Pauls Cathedral on Monday when she dazzled us in another Alexander McQueen number, this time a custom-made slim-fitting blush lace dress with a white sheath underlay. A similar dress from the Sarah Burton range would be worth around £2,865.
Nevertheless, we think this is one of Kate's most elegant looks to date, especially teamed with a delicate beaded cocktail hat by milliner Jane Taylor, worth £790, and a gorgeous £350 Prada clutch bag. And those infamous nude court shoes.
But Kate toned things down when she sat promptly in her place in the Royal Box on Saturday night at the Diamond Jubilee Concert, wearing a modest high-street blue and purple £150 Bella dress by Whistles. But she couldn't resist Sarah Burton's touch yet again as she teamed the humble ensemble with a navy Alexander McQueen blazer.
We love all of Kate's Jubilee looks, but think her St. Pauls number just about wins. What do you think?