"Queen" Kate reigns supreme in sustainable elegance

London-ALSHARQIYA October 18: It is not excluded that Kate Middleton will bear the title of "Queen" in the future, but waiting for this day, she deserved this title in the field of being on the throne of "sustainable elegance". Her look at the Earthshot Prize Awards in London yesterday evening carried a message that taught her a lesson in sustainability for millions of women around the world.
The Duchess of Cambridge looked elegant and beautiful on Sunday evening as she attended her husband Prince William at the Earthshot Prize Awards in London. She was distinguished by her modern look, although she chose a 10-year-old dress from her wardrobe, which she had previously worn at the BAFTA Awards in Los Angeles in 2011.
Kate made sure to appear at the eco party in a recycled look in response to the event's organizers requesting that they consider the theme of environmental protection when choosing their outfits. She once again proved that she is at the top of elegance and beauty, even if she chose a dress that was designed a decade ago from her wardrobe.
Bearing the signature of Alexander McQueen, this dress is distinguished by its simple Greek character and a very light lilac color. Kate added a touch of renewal to it by defining the waist with a gold belt, while she wore it last time with a belt of the same color. She coordinated her dress with earrings from Kiki McDonagh adorned with morganite stones and diamonds designed especially for her, which she previously wore on the occasion of her sister Pippa's wedding in 2017.
The Earthshot Prize Awards aim to raise environmental awareness and encourage teamwork in providing solutions to pollution problems and developing plans to protect our planet for the next 10 years. Prince William had launched this event in cooperation with the Royal Foundation in the year 2020, and during this ceremony, he presented awards to 5 winners in the field of providing environmental solutions that contribute to the reform of our planet.
Prince William was keen to appear in a recycled look as well, as he chose for the occasion a dark green velvet jacket that he had previously appeared in in 2019. He coordinated it with a black high-necked sweater and pants in the same color, and he also made sure that the details of organizing this event are environmentally friendly. By avoiding the use of paper publications, choosing seats made of plant-based ingredients, and avoiding invitations to people who have to board a plane to participate in this party.


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