Kate Middleton Out Of Style: Princess Victoria New Glamorous Royal?
There is a new royal style icon, and British royal Kate Middleton now does not have a sole right to being the most stylish royal. The 34-year-old royal is facing some stiff competition from her Swedish counterpart Crown Princess Victoria.Advertisement
There are also several other queens and princesses who are more stylish than Kate.
Royal fans have been always looking up to Kate for style inspiration. But, now they have Princess Victoria of Sweden to look up to. The 39-year-old is not only heir to the Swedish throne, but also has a wardrobe to die for, Popsugar reports.
Just like Kate likes to promote British designers, Princess Victoria also give a nod to her home country by wearing Swedish designers. For her wedding to Prince Daniel, she wore a Pär Engsheden-designed gown.
Even her maternity style was seen recently before she gave birth to her second child Prince Oscar in March. Earlier, when she was pregnant with Princess Estelle she also showed off her maternity style.
The princess, who is a fashion icon, her favorite color happens to be purple. Her jewelry collection is also to die for from brooches, tiaras to earrings, bracelets, etc.
Besides, it’s not just the royal moms who remain in the limelight once out and about for their official engagements. Their kids also steal the show when out.
Kate Middleton mentioned during her official visit to Luton on Wednesday that 3-year-old Prince George loves baking and creates a mess when in the kitchen. Victoria’s daughter Estelle, who is 4-year-old has now began ballet classes with famous Swedish ballerina, Anneli Alhanko, Hello reports.
The tot just like George melts hearts worldwide when she is spotted out. Estelle who loves dancing is attending the prestigious dance school Base23 in Östermalm in Stockholm, according to Swedish newspaper Expressen. Meanwhile, Estelle’s baby cousin Prince Alexander, son of Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia will be christened in September.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge continued their @heads_together campaign to change the way we talk about mental health by visiting a helpline for parents who are concerned about their children's wellbeing. They met the volunteers who answer calls and learned about the practical support offered, to help understand what happens if you pick up the phone and reach for support. The Duchess said afterwards: "As a parent, and as a mother, having that feeling that there is somebody there that is non-judgemental, that can provide the professional support, can really provide a helping hand at a really difficult time."