Kate Middleton [Duchess of Cambridge]and her husband Prince William were filled with joy as they introduced their third child – a baby boy on Monday, 23rd April. As people watched them walked out of St. Mary’s Hospital in London, just hours after giving birth to their third child.
Kate’s looking bright and beautiful in her first post-baby outfit, which is made up of o a red dress and a different collar made of white by Jenny Packham, also complementing it in her choice nude high heel shoes.
But there is something spectacular about this red dress. Kate and Diana’s both wear similar dress having shade of crimson, and feature white collar around the neckline on a similar event.
Princess Diana wore the same pattern of red dress for her royal baby [Prince Harry] with Prince Charles in September 1984.
The Duchess of Cambridge also chose to pair the ensemble with classic pearl earrings exactly like her late mother-in-law did. Kate oftentimes draw inspiration from Princess Diana’s sense of style.
Now the question is, what is the royals’ fascination with color red?
The Queen at 90, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, gave details in a documentary. She said that it is a traditional thing for the royalty to always appear bright so as to stand out in a crowd.
‘She needs to stand out for people to be able to say “I saw the Queen,”‘ Sophie referred to Queen Elizabeth. She continued, ‘Don’t forget that when she turns up somewhere, the crowds are two, three, four, ten, 15 deep, and someone wants to be able to say they saw a bit of the Queen’s hat as she went past.’
ColoUr Psychology.org, said, ‘the colour red attracts attention more than any other colour.’
But according to royal correspondent Richard Palmer, ‘Kate not only chose a dress that is a standout colour, but also from one of her favourite designers.’ The red dress was also designed by British fashion designer