Kate Middleton breaks one of Queen Elizabeth II’s strictest rules at latest royal event | Royal | News (Reports)


Queen Elizabeth II’s has a specific way of dressing which follows royal tradition and has not changed during her 65-year reign. But Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, broke one of Her Majesty’s main wardrobe rules on Tuesday.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Prince William and the Duchess have been self-isolating with their children.

However, the royal couple have slowly started to take part in more in-person events while maintaining social distancing.

On Tuesday the Duchess announced a virtual awards ceremony for the Wildlife Photographer of the Year in a social media post.

She revealed the event, which will take place on Wednesday, in a video posted on the Cambridges’ official Twitter account.

The Duchess can be seen stood inside the Natural History Museum in London where she is a patron.

She wore a black shirt and pants with a black blazer paired with pearl earrings.

But the Queen has a very specific rule about wearing black.

Her Majesty hardly ever wears black to a royal engagement, unless she is attending a funeral.

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“I can’t wait for you all to see it.”

The Queen is known for wearing colourful outfits while attending royal events.

But Her Majesty does not wear bright colours for fashion.

Sophie, Duchess of Wessex, explained in the documentary The Queen at 90 why Her Majesty wears such flamboyant colours.

The Duchess said: “She needs to stand out for people to be able to say ‘I saw the Queen’.

“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.”

The Duchess of Cambridge has also worn many bright colours when attending royal engagements.

But the Duchess was not standing in front of a huge crowd when she made her video announcement on Tuesday.

This could possibly be why she chose to break the royal tradition.

The wildlife Photographer of the Year awards will be the competition’s first ever virtual ceremony and takes place on Wednesday night.


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