The Princess of Wales' summer wardrobe has already shown its face this season, with the effortlessly elegant royal stepping out at RHS Chelsea Flower Show on Tuesday wearing the brightest silk shirt dress in a candy pink hue.
While the royal's immaculate style reflects her now senior royal position, Princess Kate's post-wedding era served up several fun outfits and daring printed dresses we hope she recreates one day.
Rewind to 2012 when the Prince and Princess of Wales (then Duke and Duchess of Cambridge) embarked on a royal tour of South Asia. In photographs captured of the couple in the Solomon Islands, Kate is a total island goddess in a strapless tiered dress.
The Princess's dress was designed and made at Rarotonga, Cook Islands, by Cook Island designer Ellena Tavioni Pittman of design house TAV.
The website reads: "Established in 1987 TAV, the brand represents the romance and escapism that is the mood of the Pacific by utilizing traditional motifs, such as sea life, flora and fauna patterns in print designs – namely block printing, hand painting and dip dyeing all of which are done by hand using various fabric paint and techniques."
The royal completed her beach-babe aesthetic by slipping into raffia-wedged espadrilles and letting her brown tresses fall down to her shoulders in natural, mermaid-like waves.
Prince William was aptly dressed for the couple's sun-soaked tour too, switching up his usual suave shirts and suit trousers for an ocean-blue printed shirt.
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It's nearly half term for Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. After the excitement of King Charles' coronation, we can't help but wonder whether the Prince and Princess of Wales will whisk their children away for some R&R following a busy few weeks in the royal spotlight.
Following a lush stay at five-star Atlantis Paradise Resort last summer, Princess Catherine vowed to return to the Caribbean with her children.
Kate was attending a State Dinner in Kingston, Jamaica when she told fellow guests of her wish to return. "It was great, I wish I could stay longer," said the mum-of-three, who only spent two nights in Jamaica on their whistlestop tour.
"We were tempted by the beaches. Amazing scenery. Next time we have to come back with the children."
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