The Duchess Of Cambridge Shows Off New Prada Shoes At The Natural History Museum
THE DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE debuted a new pair of heeled Prada sandals at the Natural History Museum last night, as she joined Sir David Attenborough to unveil the new blue whale skeleton.
It’s been a busy week for the Duchess, who welcomed Queen Letizia and King Felipe VI of Spain at a state banquet held in Buckingham Palace on Wednesday evening. Last night’s look followed in the same footsteps as the plunging Marchesa gown she wore to dine with the Spanish royal family – a move towards a wholly confident kind of glamour.
Perhaps it’s her new bouncy cropped hair that has emboldened the mother-of-two. Rather than offset her demure Preen by Thornton Bregazzi dress with a pair of trusty LK Bennett Sledge courts, she looked to Prada for a pair of scalloped burgundy suede stiletto sandals.
The Duchess has pairs of plain Prada pumps in her arsenal, but has never worn such a directional shoe design. Followers of her style are suggesting that she might have worn the sandals in India underneath a full-length gown, however as the full sandal wasn’t on display, we’re treating it as a shiny new shoe moment.
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