Duchess Kate not only seems to be a fashion role model for many royal fans, but also for the other members of the British royal family. On Tuesday, Prince William's wife wowed a performance in London in a moss-green midi dress by the Beulah label, which works for women in need. A day later, Duchess Camilla is following in the fashion footsteps of her husband's daughter-in-law, Prince Charles.
The Duchess of Cornwall looked classically elegant in a bottle green suit paired with black accessories while visiting a Jewish community center in London on Wednesday. Like Duchess Kate the day before, the shade of green made the 71-year-old's complexion shine.
Do the royal ladies whistle on "Living Coral"?
While the rest of the fashion world is grappling with the new trend color "Living Coral", the ladies of the British royal family apparently don't give a damn about the strong coral red with an orange tinge. This is the trend color that the color institute Pantone has proclaimed for the year 2019.
It's quite possible that Duchess Camilla was inspired by Duchess Kate instead, because the mother of three has long relied on shades of green in a wide variety of variants. For example, on the commemoration of the end of the First World War in November 2018, Kate appeared at the service in Westminster Abbey in a dark green coat with a velvet collar and sleeves.
Then in early December, on a short visit with her husband to Cyprus, she wore a dark moss green blazer - prompting Prince William to quip at her expense, comparing it to a Christmas tree… The lust for that particular color could but you obviously don't take that. About a week later, she showed up at a royal appointment at a children's hospital in a green polka-dot dress.