• Kate Middleton suffered a wardrobe malfunction during her hospital visit 
  • Kate Middleton's Dolce & Gabbana skirt was blown up by the wind
  • Kate Middleton visited a children's hospital this week 

Kate Middleton suffered a wardrobe malfunction during her visit to a hospital in London.

Photos of the Duchess of Cambridge shows her getting off her car in an all-black ensemble. Middleton looks stunning in her Dolce & Gabbana skirt, but she was forced to hold it down after the strong winds blew it upwards.

Prince William’s wife’s Marilyn Monroe moment still took place despite Queen Elizabeth’s previous orders that female royals should have weights added to their skirt. This way, their clothes won’t be blown regardless of how strong the winds are.

According to New Idea, Her Majesty typically adds curtain weights inside the lining of her skirt to avoid wardrobe malfunctions.

Meanwhile, this isn’t the first time that Middleton suffered a wardrobe malfunction in public. Just two months ago, the future queen attended the Shout’s Crisis Volunteer Celebration even with Prince William when she suddenly tripped in front of the cameras.

The mom of three wobbled just before she rode her private vehicle and almost fell to the ground. Luckily, Prince William was quick on his feet and he assisted his wife.

In 2011, Prince William and Middleton headlined a royal visit to Canada, where the latter once again suffered a wardrobe malfunction. While greeting a group of soldiers, the Duchess of Cambridge’s yellow Jenny Packham dress was blown up by the wind.

Photos show Middleton’s long and slim legs. The snaps also revealed that Middleton wasn’t wearing a panty let underneath her beautiful dress.

In related news, Middleton also made headlines this week after she was photographed without her engagement ring. Eagle-eyed royals fans couldn’t help but wonder why the Duchess of Cambridge removed the accessory that she has been wearing since 2010.

According to People, Prince William’s wife didn’t wear her engagement ring because she visited a hospital. Facilities as such do not allow visitors to wear jewelry especially since they frequently have to wash their hands.

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge during a visit to the charity Family Action at Peterley Manor Farm on Dec. 4, 2019, in Great Missenden, England. Chris Jackson/Getty Images