Kate Middleton intended to let the athlets claim the limelight at the Opening Ceremony of London Games, wearing sophisticated but understated coat dress of ice-blue color by Christopher Kane. Kate showed off a more sociable look last week.
On 19th July, she appeared at an Olympics exhibit in London at the National Portrait Gallery wearing an Olympics-themed necklace of silver color, with five diamond-decorated circles held together by fine chains. The necklace was created by Cartier and priced a whopping $78,000. With the necklace, Kate wore Stella McCartney’s electric-blue shift dress, who also designed the outfit of Great Britain’s Opening ceremony.
Middleton also showed that she can rock the deduction look. On Thursday, she wore a dress in a pre-Olympics event that was retailing for $60 at the time. The dress got from the collection of Hobbs, a British department store and has already peddling in online.