Kate Middleton looks festive in Mulberry but she might not be fond of her new bangs
Kate Middleton seems to be getting into the Christmas spirit judging by the outfits we’ve seen her in the past couple of days.
On Monday Kate was seen in Wales at a rugby match in her red LK Bennett coat and yesterday she opted for the other color of Christmas, as she wore a green Mulberry dress at London’s Natural History Museum.
Making a solo appearance as the Guest of Honour at the opening of the museum’s new Treasures Gallery, Kate Middleton stepped out in her green Mulberry Cabbage Peace & Love dress (which she wore last year to a press reception for the Queen at Buckingham Palace) and her black suede Jimmy Choo cosmic pumps.
The dress—which is adorned with trees and peace symbols—was fitting to wear to the museum, as she was on hand to explore exhibits that included rare dinosaur teeth, fossils and a first edition of Charles Darwin’s On the Origin of Species.
And as we reported yesterday, Kate Middleton’s new trimmed bangs were also on display, though it seems she’s not yet ready to style them as a full fringe. The middle part and side-swept waves gave a definite ’70s feel to the look. And in further hair news, according to HRH Duchess Kate it seems as though Kate’s hair has also been dyed a darker shade. While there are certainly safe ways to dye your hair during pregnancy, could this be a sign that the rumored announcement regarding whether or not the Cambridges are expecting is just that—a rumour?