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Duchess Kate stuns in Princess Diana's tiara at Trump state banquet

Duchess Kate stuns in Princess Diana's tiara at Trump state banquet

For example, in the past, she's used it as a form of diplomacy, carefully selecting the colours of a country's national flag in order to wear them while on an worldwide royal tour.

In response to this dinner, the Trumps will host a dinner for the royal family at Winfield House, the official residence of the US Ambassador to the UK.

She completed the incredible look with a loose updo, a royal blue sash with red-and-white stripes, along with the pearl-and-diamond crusted Lover's Knot Tiara, per a first lady pool report.

The Cambridges are expected to attend Trooping the Colour on Saturday 8 June and it's thought that their youngest child Prince Louis will make his debut on the Buckingham Palace balcony to watch the RAF fly-past. Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump and Tiffany Trump joined Donald and Melania.

Her big promotion is one that has previously been afforded to Camilla, who was appointed in 2012, and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, in 2010. She is esteem, gonna be Queen (kinda) sooner or later trigger she's married to Prince William and his grandma is the Queenie. While not only the Duchess of Cambridge managed to impress us with her well-fitted gown, the lady also made sure to accessorise her look in just the royal way.

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Sir Mills is the chairman of the Fab Four's Royal Foundation (as well as chairman of Prince Harry's Invictus Games Foundation), while Heggessey is CEO of the Royal Foundation.

The Duchess of Cambridge smiled as she made her way into the venue.

Stepping down from the podium after her address, Kate admitted: "I find doing speeches nerve-wracking". Visit @TheRoyalFamily to see more from the #USStateVisit.

Princess Charlotte was clicked enjoying a ride on the swing.The four-year-old daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge twinned with mother Kate in a printed dress.

Of course, the USA president and first lady were also in attendance that evening.


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