Duchess Of Cambridge

June 11, 2011 by Post Team 

Duchess Of CambridgeDuchess Of Cambridge, With your hair shiny, megawatt smile and £ 4.000 sequined gown, which had all eyes on her. But a few hours before dazzling in her first official engagement on Thursday night, the Duchess of Cambridge could have been any young woman shopping in the King’s Road in London. Dressed casually in white flat pumps, skinny jeans and a jumper Hudson cream scoop neck, Kate won the three-hour trip without any of her other guests to look at it.

Her long dark hair was slicked back in a bun on smoothly; with the only hint of glamor is the sapphire engagement ring that belonged to Princess Diana. Accompanied by two plainclothes officers from Scotland Yard police protection, Kate, 29, appeared in the department store Peter Jones in Sloane Square, where he spent almost an hour browsing fashion accessories before picking up a few bits and bobs.

He also visited Boots and bought a pair of facial moisturizers inexpensive Nivea range.

But while passersby did not realize that the Duchess was among them, one or two assistants excited shop did a double take when he saw her.

Another police officer waited near a royalty and diplomatic protection team Range Rover. Parked on a double yellow line was around the block when he saw a traffic warden.

Kate finally went to the car and was driven to Clarence House’s apartment that she and William are sharing with Prince Harry until they move into Kensington Palace next month.

No more than four hours later, as Kate turned out of a Jaguar in the Ark tenth anniversary gala, there was any chance of going unnoticed.

In her bright pink dress by Jenny Packham, reduced millionaires and celebrities behaving like excited children as they crowded around eagerly taking pictures on their camera phones.

The event raised £ 17.2million for charity Ark, which helps underprivileged children in the UK and around the world.

But there have been fears that William and Kate decision to support the event £ 10,000 per head, largely formed by the city of rich kids, high-flying bankers and property developers, could be seen as rude in the current economic situation.

No expense was spared in the two-story tent, which took six weeks to build on the grounds of Kensington Palace.

The Duchess could not show even a hint of nerves as he worked the room, posing for photographs with model Saffron Aldridge and greeting lawyer divorce from Prince Charles, Fiona Shackleton, with a warm hug and a kiss.

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