, 2022-12-13 08:00:00,
On Monday, the Princess of Wales shared a festive photograph of herself on the official Instagram account of The Prince and Princess of Wales, to celebrate her upcoming charity carol service Together at Christmas. Kate wowed fans in a sequinned red gown crafted by British designer Needle & Thread.
Kate wore the Needle & Thread Aurora Ballerina Dress in “cherry red”, which costs £460. As well as being a fitting choice for the season, celebrity stylist and fashion coach Miranda Holder shared a possible “deeper meaning” behind the Duchess’ choice.
Miranda, also known as “your feel good fashion coach”, is known for her viral fashion videos which she shares on her TikTok page @Themirandaholder. She said: “Could anything say Christmas more than sequins and joyful red?
“Kate looked gorgeous as always yesterday celebrating her forthcoming charity carol service, but did you know that besides looking fabulously festive, there was a deeper meaning behind her outfit? This picture comes hot on the heels of the earth shot prize in Boston an environmental cause close to the Wales’ hearts.”
The Earthshot Prize is a global challenge based on five Earthshots, which are described as “ambitious goals for 2030 to fix our biggest environmental problems”. Kate and her husband Prince William attended the event this year to shine a spotlight on sustainability and diplomacy.
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