Published On: Tue, Jun 2nd, 2020

Kate Middleton news: Secret meaning behind Duchess of Cambridge’s dress

Kate Middleton is known for making elegant style choices that often have a hidden meaning behind them, whether it’s a nod to another royal or a colourful tribute to good causes. In her latest appearance, The Duchess of Cambridge, 38, gave a sweet nod to her time in Australia as she sat alongside her husband Prince William, 37, in a new heartfelt video. The royal wore a yellow dress from her time in Sydney as she addressed the country’s first responders. 

Kate paired the bright summery look with £165 gold leaf Catherine Zoraida earrings, which she has worn for multiple videos during the lockdown. 

The bold and sunny shade helped to show off Kate’s tan back in 2014, but the Duchess’ makeup also looked flawless for the special video. 

Kate showed off a slightly bronzed complexion, with strong brows and a pared-down, more natural look of her signature smokey eye with a flick of black eyeliner. 

The Duchess wore her hair in a relaxed but neat half-up style, with gentle waves through her long brunette locks – a look she’s been sporting since the lockdown began. 

The royal couple shared their support and thanks to the Australian first responders, paying tribute to them for the events they’ve had to endure this year. 

Prince William said: “Earlier this year, we witnessed thousands of firefighters, supported by the wider first responder community, as they worked tirelessly risking their own lives to protect Australia’s communities from the devastating wildfires.

“The world was watching your efforts and we were deeply moved by what we saw.”

Kate then talked about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic and how it had affected the Australian community. 

“Sadly, you’re on the frontline of yet another emergency. The COVID-19 outbreak has brought first responders across Australia together again.

“Day in, day out, paramedics, police, firefighters and support staff, work tirelessly to keep everybody safe, often risking not only their physical health but also their mental wellbeing.”

The Duchess said the responders “all deserve our huge thanks” in the heartfelt message to the key workers across the pond. 

The video comes after the royal pair pledged their support for the UK’s frontline workers as they make mental health their top priority. 

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