What does one wear to a birthday bash at Buckingham Palace? Diamonds, of course.
Last night, Kate and Meghan demonstrated how to work supersized earrings this season, as they arrived at Prince Charles‘ 70th celebrations.
Proving the power of their influence, the nation didn’t manage to catch a full glimpse of their outfits but that didn’t stop the duo from steering the headlines.
The Duchess of Cambridge was pictured arriving at the private family event in a blacked-out car alongside Prince William.
In the photographs, the mother-of-three can be seen wearing her trademark loose curls in a regal updo with rose-tinted earrings to compliment her ruffled pink one-shoulder gown.
The designer behind the ensemble has yet to be confirmed though royal fans have speculated that it may be a Jenny Packham dress.
The occasion also marked an opportunity for Meghan to showcase her newfound royal wardrobe. She ditched her go-to messy bun for the Queen’s event and instead wore her hair in a similar updo to her sister-in-law.
The 37-year-old accessorised the look with a pair of seriously sparkly earrings she first wore to a state dinner in Fiji during the newlyweds’ debut royal tour.
It is widely speculated that the former actress borrowed them from the royal collection.
Unsurprisingly, fans were quick to lust over Kate and Meghan’s latest looks.
One took to Twitter to write: “I love the Duchess of Cambridge. She looks so perfect and her earrings look so amazing.”
I love the duchess of Cambridge she looks so perfect elegant and her earrings look so amazing
— sol ramirez (@sollunna) November 14, 2018
Another was impressed by the Duchess of Sussex’s choice of jewellery, as they wrote: ” Those Earrings are gorgeous!!!”
Those Earrings are GORGEOUS!!! MEGHAN, #DuchessofSussex
— JUST AIMEE (@AIMEEPATERSON) November 14, 2018
The nation has hosted several events to mark Prince Charles’ birthday this year. On November 13, ITV aired ‘We Are Most Amused and Amazed’ – a star-studded event held at the London Palladium.
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