The Duchess of Cambridge looked elegant and enchanting in a black tailored two-piece suit from Alexander McQueen to announce that she will be revealing the Wildlife Photographer of the Year for the museum’s first virtual awards ceremony. As Patron of the Museum and avid photographer herself, this is undoubtedly a special opportunity for Kate.
For the big announcement, the mom of three dazzled in a black tuxedo jacket with a silk lapel and padded shoulders from Alexander McQueen. Kate has long been loyal to the design house since she was married in a wedding dress creation from the British luxury brand. Similar HERE
The McQueen Leaf Tailored Black Tuxedo blazer was a winner for the mom of three who paired paired the sleek cobalt blue lined jacket with Alexander McQueen straight leg crepe pants. Similar HERE
Kate’s belt is believed to be Anderson’s croc effect leather belt which she previously wore for a University visit earlier this month. The slim leather belt is made in Italy and features calfskin designed to resemble crocodile hide plus a gold tone buckle.
For accessories, Kate wore Accessorize London Pearl Rope Drop earrings (sold out).