London, Sept 21 (ANI): The Duchess of Cambridge donned 18 outfits costing around 13000 pounds on her and Prince Williams’ nine-day Diamond Jubilee tour of South-East Asia and the South Pacific.
The total cost of the royal’s holiday wardrobe does not include the bespoke designer pieces, reports the Sun newspaper.
At the start of the tour, she dazzled in a 1,500-pound pink satin dress by Jenny Packham. She teamed the outfit with 195-pound shoes by L.K. Bennett.
On one occasion, Kate wore a stunning dress designed by Singapore designer Prabal Gurung worth 370 pounds. She completed the look with her favourite L.K. Bennett shoes.
Other dresses which completed Kate’s wardrobe was a Jenny Packham silk crepe shirtdress worth 1,500 pounds and a beautiful blue broderie anglaise dress by Mulberry, which was priced at 595 pounds.
One of the most expensive dresses, which Kate wore at a lavish dinner thrown by the rulers of Malaysia worth 2000 pounds, was an Alexander McQueen gown.
The list of dresses doesn’t end here as she shone bright in a bright yellow Jaeger shirt dress, costing just 75 pounds, paired with her favourite 195 pounds L.K. Bennett court shoes for a meeting with government officials.
Another outfit, which was a hit in Singapore, was a 585-pound worth Erdem dress from the summer collection. (ANI)