Kate Middleton’s look on the Remembrance Day was extremely alike Princess Diana’s one from 1990s. The recent photo of the Duchess where she peers up at the sky, drawing an inevitable comparison with Diana’s expression in the iconic photo.
Kate Middleton and her look on the Remembrance day reminded to people Lady Diana. The photo of Prince William’s mother from 1990s shows the same look: in black attire and poppy sign. In fact, black is the only colour allowed during the sad ceremonies like the Remembrance Day, but Kate has copied the whole image of Diana, her face expression.
In 2016, England marks the 100-year anniversaries of the Battle of Somme and the Battle of Jutland, as well as the 25th anniversary of the Persian Gulf War.
Kate Middleton and Prince William: the Remembrance Day in London
Kate Middleton and Prince William stepped out in London over last weekend to pay their respects to honour servicemen and women who have suffered or lost their lives at war.
In one particularly gripping shot, Kate peers up at the sky, drawing the inevitable comparison with Diana’s expression. Kate looks good but it would be better if she covers her neck with a scarf or wore the turtleneck sweater. It looks pretty logical in windy London, moreover, this trick can hide the early lines on Kate’s neck.
Princess Diana, by the way, looks much younger at her photo, like an angel. Nothing distracts the attention in Lady Di’s look, everyone sees just the beautiful, calm and sad face of Princess.
Kate joined other royals to watch the service from the balcony of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. The 34-year-old mother of two was clad in a black jacket and matching hat, giving special attention to the trio of red poppies pinned to her coat — the symbol of remembrance for World War I and veterans.
Also dressed in black for the sombre occasion, Queen Elizabeth laid a wreath of poppies at the memorial, her grandson, Prince William and Prince Harry were standing at attention and saluting in their military garb.