Kate Middleton was all glammed up in an Alice Temperley outfit at a garden party to celebrate Queen Elizabeth’s 90th birthday — which is next week — in New Delhi on Monday. Known for her diplomatic dressing, she impressed fans yet again with another India-inspired outfit. The thoughtful royal gave a nod to the host country again on Day 2 of her and husband Prince William’s engagement.
Kate looked stylish in an Alice Temperley crop top and skirt combination. The black and white outfit called Delphia featured opulent embroidery motifs of Indian Chintz and lattice. The ankle-length skirt fell perfectly over her slim frame in a contemporary A-line silhouette.
Kate paired the skirt with a matching Delphia crop top. The combo outfit is made of silk organza fabric. The loose fitting crop top featured short sleeves and boat neck.
The mother of two looked stunning in the black crystal embellished dress. The 34-year-old royal accessorized with long chandelier earrings and carried a small black clutch bag. She added height to her tall frame in a pair of black strappy sandals.
Kate’s long brunette tresses were styled into loose curls, kept in a side part and fastened with clips. Her skin looked radiant with pink blush, matching lipstick, and her favorite smoky eyes with lots of mascara and eyeliner.
Her 33-year-old husband William looked dapper in a striking blue suit that he paired with a crisp white shirt. He finished off his look with a red tie and black lace-up shoes. William and Kate toasted the queen, who became the longest-serving monarch in September, and met some of the 2,000 VIP guests drawn from Indian politics.
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The couple also had the special task of cutting the queen’s birthday cake with a sword. Kate, meanwhile, revealed the secret to her slim figure. She said that she stayed in shape by “running after” her kids Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
The Indian-themed dishes served at the garden party hosted by the British High Commission reportedly included murg malai tikka and aloo sabutdana ki tikki. For the British taste, there was apple Stilton Welsh Rarebits, mini beer battered fish and chips and thin crust cheese and tomato pizza.