Kate Middleton Looks Gorgeous in Custom Dress at First Post Baby Red Carpet Appearance
Kate Middleton is back and looking at royalty at red carpet event post baby. This is the first time she’s busted out whistles and bells for the paparazzi after welcoming Georgie. Here’s presenting you the latest news from the royal family.
Glamorous break from diaper duty:
Kate Middleton was spotted at the red carpet event in most glamorous look here on Thursday. They were to give awards to the outstanding achievements for African Conservation.
She looked gorgeous in her gown by jenny Packham that she wore at the Tusk Conservation Awards in London. She is covered in pale gold sequins despite her silvery look along with the crystal motifs.
She kept minimum accessories with glitzy bangles and strappy sandals. Regarding her hair she went with classic Chelsea blowout.
She hit the red carpet with Prince William at the inauguration at the Royal Society, London. Prince William wore the tuxedo talked about fatherhood. This event marked the end of the maternity leave of Middleton who gave birth to baby boy on July 22. The new mom stunned in floor-length glittery gown with loose curls.
She had been looking marvelous for weeks with her absolutely slim figure. Even though her small weight gain during pregnancy melted off she is still breastfeeding.
This was big day for both of them as Prince has announced that he would leave his position as helicopter pilot. He would now focus to protect the endangered species and will become the president of United for Wildlife. This is a partnership between the Royal foundation of Duke, Duchess, prince harry and the conservation organization.
The Prince said that the threat to natural heritage is expensive so this collaboration might renew the commitment to fulfill the goal. It will prevent the extinction of species. Earlier in 2010, the royal couple had exciting moments in Africa where the Prince proposed Middleton with an 18-carat diamond and sapphire engagement rings in Kenya.
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