Kejt Midlton, kraljica prefinjenog šika! (FOTO)

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Kejt Midlton, kraljica prefinjenog šika! (FOTO)

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Princ Vilijam i Kejt Midlton danas završavaju trodnevnu posetu Irskoj

Za poslednji dan gostovanja u zemlji piva i deteline, vojvotkinja od Kembridža odabrala je prepoznatljivu zelenu boju ove simpatične zemlje.

Prvo su posetili jedan tradicionalni irski pab u gradu Galveju, a zatim se pešice zaputili na Izložbu evropske prestonice kulture Galvej 2020.

To je bila prilika da vojvotkinja skine savršeno skrojeni kaput maslinasto zelene boje, koji je nosila napolju, i pokaže savršenu, lepršavu svetlozelenu haljinu A kroja.

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For her final day in Ireland, The Duchess wore two outfits, once again referencing the Irish flag, as she carried out some engagements in Galway with The Duke. 🇮🇪(Swipe left) OUTFIT 1: The @suzannahfashion dress is a custom green version of the Valerie Midi Dress Polka Dot which is sold in navy and is £1,250. The 100% silk crepe de chine dress is described as, “is inspired by a 1940s vintage dress. The bodice has a perfect fit which skims over the body. The waist has a slightly higher pitched waist seam, with the skirt being a soft a-line. The sleeves have a wonderful pleated sleeve head and playfully cut long sleeves.” A new statement belt by @sezane was paired with the dress. It is the $90 Artemis style but not currently available. (Thanks to Sophie for the ID) When greeting the crowds outside, The Duchess wore her dark green @alexandermcqueen coat which we first saw back in January. Kate wore her @danielladraper 9ct Gold Mini Cupid Hoops With Baby Shamrock Charms again from day 2 of the tour which are £385. This time she paired them with the matching 9ct Gold Baby Shamrock Necklace which is £250. The Shamrock leaves stand for faith, hope and love. Kate carried a new green @jimmychoo clutch. This is the Croc-Embossed Leather Palace Bag which is $581 in the colour Dark Clorofilla. (ID by @middletonmaven) The Duchess wore her black suede @ralphlauren boots again which were first worn in late 2018. OUTFIT 2: When trying her hand at various Gaelic sports at the Gaelic Athletic Association club, The Duchess wore a bright orangey-red jumper from @reallywildclothing. It is the Cashmere Mix Cable Crew in the shade Coral and is £225. She also owns the Ruby Red version of this jumper. Kate wore her black @zara Premium High Waist Revolve Black Jeans which are $49.90. She finished of the look with her @sweatybetty x @newbalance Vazee Transform Sneakers which were debuted in 2017. And that’s a wrap on the #RoyalVisitIreland 🇮🇪

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Simpatičnu haljinu uparila je sa visokim čizmama sa štiklom od antilop kože i crnim kaišem koji je istakao njen izuzetno vitak struk.

Vojvoda i vojvotkinja su ovom prilikom probali nešto što do sada nikada nisu – žongliranje. Kejt je uživala aplaudirajući sa osmehom svom suprugu koji se jedva snalazio sa žonglerskim lopticama.

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For their final day of their Royal Tour of Ireland, The Duke & Duchess are in Galway, one of two European Capitals of Culture for 2020. The couple are attending an event at Tribeton where the will be shown a number of Galway 2020 projects and acts, including the Galway Community Circus. They will then stop by a traditional Irish pub, Tig Coili, to meet Galwegians who volunteer to promote the city and its people. Lastly, The Duke & Duchess will go to a Gaelic Athletic Association club to learn more about traditional sports popular across Ireland. The Duchess is wearing a new customised Suzannah dress today with her Ralph Lauren boots, a new Jimmy Choo clutch, and Daniella Draper jewellery. She is also wearing her dark green Alexander McQueen coat outside. #RoyalVisitIreland 🇮🇪

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Osim zelene boje, za kraj posete Kejt je dala počast ovoj zemlji i nakitom ukrašenim detaljima u obliku deteline, koja je jedan od prepoznatljivih simbola Irske.

I sinoć je sva pažnja bila usmerena lepu vojvotkinju, a danas su se sve modni magazini raspisali o sličnosti stila Kejt Midlton i njene pokojne svekrve princeze Dajane, tačnije o gotovo identičnoj ružičastoj haljini sa crnim tufnicamaU pitanju je komad sa potpisom modne kuće Oskar de la Renta sa upečatljivom kragnom i crnim ranflama na rukavima, u poređenju sa ružičastom haljinom koju je Dajana nosila u poseti Rimu davne 1985. godine, dok je još bila u braku sa princem Čarlsom.

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This evening, The Duke & Duchess attended a reception hosted by Tánaiste Simon Coveney at the Museum of Literature Ireland where William gave a keynote speech. The couple were shown the very first copy of James Joyce’s Ulysses at the museum, printed in 1922. Simon Coveney gave three letters to The Duke and Duchess which were written by his three children for the royal couple’s three children. In his speech, The Duke referred to the continuing discussions over the future relationship between Ireland and the UK and vowed that his family would do their part to enhance relationships between people. “Growing up, I remember seeing the troubles that took place, which affected so many people across the UK and Ireland. This explains why one of the truly profound moments for Catherine and me took place yesterday at the Garden of Remembrance. It was a reminder of the complexity of our shared history, and that as my grandmother said during her visit in 2011, ‘Our islands have experienced more than their fair share of heartache and turbulence.’ “But it was also a reminder about how far we have come. It is right that we continue to remember those who suffered as a consequence of our troubled past. And whilst many wrongs have been done, it is important that we are not bound by these. “Ladies and gentlemen, legal treaties are vital in underpinning the relationships between states. But relationships between people are equally, if not more, essential – especially between the people of our two countries, whose lives, histories and futures are so deeply intertwined. “My family is determined to continue playing our part in protecting, preserving and strengthening that bond.” William added, “As we stood on the cliffs at Howth and looked across the Irish Sea – a mere 50 miles for the British coastline – it was easy to see why so many people find the lure of this beautiful country so difficult to resist.” #RoyalVisitIreland 🇮🇪

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Za razliku od Dajane, čija je kombinacija tada bila monohromatska, Kejt je odlučila da napravi odličan kontrast pink i crne boje, pa je ponela crni pojas, crne salonke sa visokom štiklom i crnu klač torbicu.

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The Duchess wore vintage for the first time this evening as she attended a reception at the Museum of Literature Ireland in an @oscardelarenta dress. This is the first time she’s been seen wearing a designer archive piece that wasn’t a preexisting item in her own wardrobe. The magenta cocktail dress features a ruffled neck, black Swiss-dot print, and black trimming at the cuffs, neck, and waist. The Duchess accessorised the look with her @jimmychoo ‘Romy’ black velvet pumps and her Jimmy Choo ‘Celeste’ black velvet clutch. Kate finished the look with a new pair of @accessorize Twisted Circle Drop Earrings which are £5, and a swept back ponytail, complimenting the high neckline of the dress. (Thanks to @ReplikateRoyalty for the ID) They are linked in my stories but only available in the UK. We will see The Duke & Duchess again tomorrow for their final day in Ireland. #RoyalVisitIreland 🇮🇪

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Kosu koju je vidljivo skratila i predstavila baš u poseti Irskoj, za ovu priliku je pokupila u elegantan visoki rep, a ova frizura joj je bez sumnje otvorila lice i istakla njenu prirodnu lepotu.

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