Prince William and Princess Catherine completed a three-day visit to the United States at the weekend, and returned to Britain.
After reviewing the looks worn by the two in the first part of the visit, we will move on to the second and equally important part, which included an award ceremony on environmental issues, which the princes focused on during their stay in the United States.
The princes started the visit in matching blocks in navy blue shades, and continued the visit in the same line.
Thursday morning was spent visiting laboratories that promote the use of green technologies that provide solutions to climate issues.
The two chose to wear clothes in the same colors again, in what appeared to be a carefully pre-planned line.
The Princes of Wales, William and Catherine, on an official visit to Boston, photo: AFP
Prince William wore a dark suit, a white button-down shirt with a black tie and a burgundy sweater, making the look casual.
The princess wore a pant suit by the French designer Roland Mora in wine purple, which she combined with a light pink shirt with a bow tie at the neck, pointed heels by Gianvito Rossi in wine color, and a bag from Chanel completed the look.
We loved the autumnal combination of colors, and the obscure choice to combine pink and purple together, which turned out to be very successful.
The Princes of Wales, matching wine purple clothes, photo: IPA
A shaded combination of pink and wine purple.
Princess Catherine, photo: Reuters
Later in the day, the two changed clothes and toured the Boston coastline with the mayor of Boston, to see the damage of the climate crisis.
They wore simpler looks.
The prince wore a suit, a long dark blue coat, and a light blue scarf.
The princess wore a matching crimson-red cashmere shirt and midi skirt, a brown coat with a double lapel, a matching scarf, and dark brown boots.
We liked the choices less, which felt very simple, and for a moment it seemed that it was an ordinary couple, and not a prince and princess.
Such looks are more suitable for an afternoon leisure with the children, and not for an official tour.
William and Kate on a tour of Boston's waterfront, looking like a normal couple on an afternoon out, photo: GettyImages
On Friday, the princess went on an official visit without her husband, to Harvard University.
She returned to the formal line, choosing a tailored midi dress in a dense pepita print in a color scheme of black, white and light blue with a tailored collar, long sleeves, and a thin waist belt in the same pattern that created a clear silhouette.
She accessorized the look with a light blue handbag, which went perfectly with the dress.
She wore black pointy heels and gold earrings.
Matching handbag in light blue.
Princess Kate Middleton, photo: AFP
The prince met at the same time with the President of the United States Biden, and chose a dark blue suit, a white shirt, and a light blue tie, which matched his wife's look, even though the morning was spent on various official visits.
Matching light blue tie.
Prince William in a meeting with the President of the United States Biden, photo: AFP
The last evening of their visit was marked by the annual ceremony for the environmental awards, founded by Prince William.
The two dressed appropriately for the guests of honor at the ceremony, and spread smiles on the green carpet.
The two were also joined by former footballer David Beckham, who is considered their close friend, and presented one of the awards, and a host of other celebrities.
The Princes of Wales with David Beckham, photo: AFP
Prince William wore a black tuxedo suit, with a successful play of textures on the lapel of the jacket.
Princess Kate surprised in a bright green dress, suitable for a ceremony dealing with environmental issues.
It is a close-fitting off-the-shoulder dress, with a thick belt at the waist from the same fabric, and a slit in the back of the dress, which exposed the princess's leg.
She accessorized the look with sparkly silver heels by Gianvito Rossi, and Queen Mary jewelry, once worn by Princess Diana - earrings and a silver choker set with green emeralds that matched the look exactly.
This is a very flattering block, which conveys a clear message, and will be discussed many more.
Jewelry worn by Princess Diana. The Princes of Wales, photo: Reuters
Jewelry worn by Princess Diana.
The Princes of Wales, photo: Reuters
The princess, who is known for recycling clothes, and did so on the current visit, managed to surprise us, and rented the dress in question for a price of one hundred dollars, as part of the environmental promotion agenda she leads.
We have no choice but to take our hats off to her, and hope that the world will be a better place thanks to her.
leading real change.
The Princes of Wales, photo: AFP
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