Kate Middleton arrived at the Natural History Museum in London this week to say good-bye the dinosaur. The Duchess of Cambridge and her son George visited the children’s tea party dedicated to the Dippy the Diplodocus’ leaving. The London Museum at the first time sends its biggest exponent to travelling round the country.
Kate Middleton dressed tastefully, but most importantly its quality — is the ability to get dressed stylishly and do not spend the millions. Such modesty and elegance enjoy not only the British fashionistas but also the taxpayers.
This week, The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out in a new dress by one of her favourite high street brands, as she attended a children’s tea party to celebrate Dippy the Diplodocus’s tour at the Natural History Museum in London. The silk dress costs £375, it made by LK Bennett. Kate opted a pair of new grey pointed heels to this dress and accessorised her look with her Kiki McDonough Lauren Yellow Gold Pave Diamond Leaf earrings.
At the Museum, Kate examined fossils and made dinosaur eggs with pupils from Oakington Manor Primary School in Wembley. The tea party was dedicated to the leaving for the Britain tour of the dinosaur skeleton Dippy. The exponent (21.3m) has been on display at the museum since 1905, now it will be travelling round the country for two years from 2018.