The Duchess of Cambridge has a handy fashion trick for when she's travelling on royal tours, it's been revealed!
If you've ever wondered how outfit changes are handled seamlessly between engagements - wonder no more, as it's now known that the couple often create a makeshift changing room at the places they visit.
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Speaking to People magazine, Thérèse Tully from Galway, Ireland revealed that she had lent her physiotherapy treatment rooms to Kate and William as a place to change their clothes ahead of their visit to the Salthill Knocknacarra Gaelic Athletic Association club in March.
William and Kate changed into their sportswear in Galway
In fact, that's also how the Duchess was gifted her personalised necklace and earrings from local business All The Falling Stars.
Thérèse told the publication: "I wanted to give her something handcrafted from Galway, so I called Aisling, a local jeweller and commissioned her to make something bespoke, something fit for a princess."
The Duchess was gifted a necklace from All The Falling Stars
"There is a royal connection with one of my ancestors, so I explained that to them and wrote that I would love for them to accept the gifts," she added.
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"I came back into the room and the boxes were gone and I was so excited! I phoned Aisling straight away and we just screamed down the phone, we were so happy."
She was also given some pretty disc earrings
Since then, Kate has worn her beautiful new jewellery on a number of occasions. Her sweet disc necklace features the initials of each of her children, which she no doubt fell in love with.
Thérèse also revealed that the Duchess had thanked her in person at the sporty event, as well as later in a formal letter from her personal assistant.
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