January 21, 2022 5:47 pm

Kate turns 40. The Duchess of Cambridge: we celebrate her birthday with her most spectacular looks

Today he turns 40 and is going through the best moment of his life. Acclaimed by the British people and devoted to her family, Kate Middleton also triumphs as a style icon. The last time the Duchess of Cambridge dazzled in public was last October, at the premiere of No Time to Die, the latest James Bond film: she looked like a goddess in her Jenny Packham sequined and beaded cape dress, a designer she often trusts and who also dressed her in 2011 in her first act after her wedding to Prince William, also in 2013, in her first appearance after the birth of her first child.

2019, Islamabad. Kate makes an impact with a sari-like cut dress from designer Jenny Packham, one of her favorites.Getty Images – WireImage

“Any other woman who just had a baby might wear something more discreet, but Kate preferred to show her integrity,” reflects Gayle Rinkoff, fashion stylist.

On September 28 at the world premiere of No Time To Die, in a fabulous Jenny Packham sequin cape suit.
On September 28 at the world premiere of No Time To Die, in a fabulous Jenny Packham sequin cape suit.
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She sometimes adds crochet details, as seen in the Self-Portrait outfit that led to the 2016 premiere of A street cat named Bob.
She sometimes adds crochet details, as seen in the Self-Portrait outfit that led to the 2016 premiere of A street cat named Bob. Getty Images – AFP

Paillettes are not the only trend that Kate knows how to wear with elegance. White is one of his bets since, as is tradition, he wore it on his wedding day. Sarah Burton described the assignment as “the experience of a lifetime.” Specialized embroiderers from the Royal School of Needlework at Hampton Court Palace worked in secret for months, enriching the dress with lace in the shapes of roses, thistles, daffodils and shamrocks that covered the skirt, corset and sleeves. “The trend set by the Duchess was overwhelming, future brides were inspired,” says designer Kate Halfpenny.

Kate is an expert at upcycling her wardrobe.  We saw this Temperley suit on several occasions.
Kate is an expert at upcycling her wardrobe. We saw this Temperley suit on several occasions.
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White is one of her favorite colors.  Sometimes it accompanies it with notes of gold, as happened with the Alexander McQueen that he wore on the tour to Malaysia in 2013.
White is one of her favorite colors. Sometimes it accompanies it with notes of gold, as happened with the Alexander McQueen that he wore on the tour to Malaysia in 2013.
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Pleats, uneven necklines and drapes are the order of the day in your wardrobe.
Pleats, uneven necklines and drapes are the order of the day in your wardrobe.
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Other bets that the Duchess of Cambridge embraces with style are floral prints, lace dresses and romantic outfits in pastel tones, as well as drapes, such as the one she wore when her engagement to Queen Elizabeth II’s grandson became official. “While her evening gowns are not as achievable for her fans as her more casual, everyday outfits, they are influential in many women’s wardrobes,” says Bethan Holt, author of The Duchess of Cambridge. A Decade of Modern Royal Style, and ensures that even if they do not buy a McQueen, they will look for something of the style.

July 2011. Kate arrives at the BAFTA Brits To Watch at the Belasco Theater in Los Angeles.
July 2011. Kate arrives at the BAFTA Brits To Watch at the Belasco Theater in Los Angeles.
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In 2018, pregnant with her third child, she brought a silk and botanical print Erdem to a meal during her tour of Sweden.
In 2018, pregnant with her third child, she brought a silk and botanical print Erdem to a meal during her tour of Sweden.Getty Images – Getty Images Europe
Year after year, Kate gained confidence and sophistication, and that was reflected in her choices in terms of wardrobe.  Here she is seen in 2007, with her sister Pipa.
Year after year, Kate gained confidence and sophistication, and that was reflected in her choices in terms of wardrobe. Here she is seen in 2007, with her sister Pipa.
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This Mc Queen off shoulder and ruffled maxi dress was successfully recycled several times.
This Mc Queen off shoulder and ruffled maxi dress was successfully recycled several times.
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In 2018, in a charity.
In 2018, in a charity. Shutter Stock – Shutterstock

When the protocol dictates, Kate completes her gala looks with the Crown jewels, to which she gives them a fresh and modern touch. The Queen often lends her pieces from her own collection, such as the “Lover’s Knot” tiara, which Princess Diana wore multiple times and which Kate has already worn at four state appointments. It is a piece set with diamonds and nineteen baroque pearls, which is the most popular among all generations of the Royal Family.

In February 2019, during a gala for 'Mentally Healthy Schools', at the Victoria and Albert Museum.
In February 2019, during a gala for ‘Mentally Healthy Schools’, at the Victoria and Albert Museum.
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Together with Prince William, in 2010, during the officialization of their engagement.
Together with Prince William, in 2010, during the officialization of their engagement.
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The Duchess of Cambridge is able to give a fresh and modern touch to the Crown Jewels that Queen Elizabeth of England often lends her.
The Duchess of Cambridge is able to give a fresh and modern touch to the Crown Jewels that Queen Elizabeth of England often lends her.Getty Images – Getty Images Europe

The Duchess of Cambridge even managed to outshine many of the Hollywood stars with whom she coincided in her tours of the world, advancing in her process of future Queen consort of the United Kingdom, a country in which she was already “crowned” as the best dressed.

The cover of the magazine Hello!  This week
The cover of the magazine Hello! This weekMatias Salgado

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