Glowing Kate looks stunning in blue dress with Prince William

Glowing Kate looks stunning in blue dress with Prince William

Glowing Kate looks stunning in blue dress with Prince William

As Kate and Prince William landed on the penultimate part of their Caribbean visit, the Duchess of Cambridge donned a stunning blue gown.

Kate was dressed in green as they said farewell to Jamaica, but by the time they got in the Bahamas, she was dressed in blue, which matched the country’s flag.

Kate was met by a little girl who brought her a bouquet of flowers as the pair walked off the plane for the second leg of their six-day journey.

Emilia Wickstead, a London-based fashion designer, designed Kate’s emerald outfit as she boarded the plane.

A hummingbird brooch given to the Queen on her visit to Jamaica in 2002 was fastened to it.


They had previously mirrored the Queen and Prince Philip’s sentiments while attending their farewell engagement in Jamaica.

They boarded an open-top Land Rover, precisely as the Queen did on her first visit to the island in 1953.

The newly-crowned monarch’s visit was part of her first Commonwealth trip, which took place nearly 69 years ago.

The car William and Kate traveled in today was also used by the Queen and Prince Philip during their visit to the United Kingdom in 1962.

Meanwhile, the couple replicated another scene from the 1953 royal trip when they arrived for a black tie dinner at the Governor General’s mansion yesterday night.

They walked down the same staircase in King’s House, Kingston, where the Queen, at the age of 27, and the Duke of Edinburgh, at the age of 32, were shot together nearly 70 years ago.


Kate looked stunning in wedding white for the visit, as she and the dashing William geared up for a military parade this afternoon.

The pair was seen in Jamaica, grinning at one other as they took in the event.

The prince was dressed in his Blues and Royals’ tropical uniform, which included medals.

Kate wore a bespoke lace Alexander McQueen dress and a Philip Treacy hat to mimic Audrey Hepburn’s Eliza Doolittle.

Princess Diana’s pearl bracelet was worn by the duchess with her attire. She also wore an Anya Hindmarch satin handbag, which retailed for £395.

The Cambridges donned their finest for the first-ever Jamaica Defence Force Commissioning Parade, which honours service members who have finished the Caribbean Military Academy’s officer training programme.


They arrived in the same open-top Land Rover that transported the Queen and Prince Philip to the ceremony in 1953.

“You never know how strong you are until being strong is your only choice,” William said as he addressed the new grads, quoting Bob Marley.

The couple will fly to the Bahamas for their next stop on their tour after their engagement.

The incident takes place just hours after William delivered a historic speech against the atrocities of slavery.

The duke, 39, spoke to legislators amid widespread protests and calls for the Royal Family to apologise and pay billions of pounds in reparations.

“It should never have occurred,” he told guests at a fancy supper Friday night.


When Caribbean neighbour Barbados declared itself a republic four months ago, he reiterated his father’s sentiments, calling the slave trade a “stain on our past.”

With the International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade falling this week, anniversaries are also a good time to ponder.

“I strongly agree with my father, The Prince of Wales, who said in Barbados last year that the appalling atrocity of slavery forever stains our history,” he said.

“I want to express my profound sorrow. Slavery was abhorrent. And it should never have happened.

“While the pain runs deep, Jamaica continues to forge its future with determination, courage and fortitude.”


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