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From a celebrated young woman to a fashion icon: Princess Kate celebrates 41 years | Israel today


Kate Middleton carries many titles, and has had a particularly busy year with events • In honor of the celebrations, we have chosen the ten most iconic looks of the princess of all time • What do you think? Write to us in the comments

Our favorite princess (Suri Meghan) Kate Middleton celebrated 41 winters yesterday (Monday), and we decided to use the opportunity to celebrate with her, and bring you her ten best looks over the years.

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The last year has been especially busy for Catherine, and she started it as the Duchess of Cambridge, and ended it with the coveted title of Princess of Wales.

In between there were quite a few family dramas, which mainly included an intense preoccupation with her and her husband's relationship, Prince William, with the Dukes of Sussex Harry and Meghan.

In June she participated in a number of events to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth's reign, and in September she attended the Queen's funeral.

For dessert, she had to deal with Harry and Meghan's documentary series on Netflix last month, which clearly points the finger of blame at the royal house.

Prince William and Princess Kate landed in Boston for an official visit, photo: Reuters

If we put aside all these happenings, we will say that the princess maintained a fashionable and meticulous look all the way, and as one who started from the bottom, and did not come from a privileged family, she quickly changed the style she wore as a promiscuous young woman in London, and chose a royal style that suited her status.

The audience agreed with the statement, and items she wore were snatched from the shelves, in what is known as the "Kate effect".

Let's say that the princess likes to occasionally wear jeans and more casual looks.

We do like to feel that she is one of us, but their dignity is in their place, and we will leave them for another review.

A princess in jeans.

The Princes of Wales and their children, photo: Getty Images

Choosing ten looks out of thousands was difficult, but here are the big winners, in ascending order.

Tenth place

The Duchess tried to get used to the role quickly, and in July 2011 she wore one of the best-remembered locks from her early years.

For the red carpet event of the BAFTA Awards (British Academy of Film and Television Awards), she wore a flowing chiffon dress by designer Alexander McQueen in a light lilac purple color.

It is a loose dress with short sleeves, and a silver belt at the waist that outlined the cut.

She added silver jewelry, a silver Jimmy Choo clutch bag, and designer platform heels.

Although it is not a particularly sophisticated look, something in its simplicity on the one hand, and the precise choices of the accessories on the other hand, gave the Duchess a fashionable statement, and the beginning of a fine style.

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Ninth place

One of the main duties for members of the royal family is official visits to other countries.

In such cases, it is customary to wear clothes that match the customs of the place, and to show respect through symbols in the clothes - a color that is associated with the country or a choice of local designers.

In this case, the Duke and Duchess paid a visit to Pakistan, and for the benefit of visiting the Ashahi Mosque, the Duchess wore local clothes.

She chose a tunic with matching pants in green color and gold embroidery.

For the occasion, she covered her head with a matching scarf, which ended with a gold stripe.

Although it's not a classic duchess look, we loved stepping out of the comfort zone and choosing clothes that respect the place, yet still look elegant and regal.

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eighth place

In November 2010 the whole world was excited to hear about Prince William's engagement to Middleton.

The prince gave her a particularly sentimental engagement ring, set with a blue sapphire, which belonged to her late mother, Princess Diana.

The smart bride-to-be chose to wear a festive and not too fancy dress, the color of the stone, and got a very successful formal total look.

It is a dress with a delicate V-neckline, a tie in the waist area, and long sleeves, which reached slightly above the knee.

William and Kate announcing their engagement, photo: GettyImages

Kate Middleton's engagement ring, photo: GettyImages

seventh place

The British royal family, and in particular the Prince and Princess of Wales, are known for their great love of James Bond films.

That's why we weren't surprised when the Duchess arrived in an outfit that turned all heads on the red carpet for the launch of a film in the series in 2021.

Middleton again chose a design by Jenny Packham, and arrived in a gold dress that was covered in beads and sequins.

She wore a dress with a generous V-neck, flowing skirt, and dramatic cape sleeves.

The world was quick to point out a similar outfit worn by Princess Diana for a similar launch, and appreciated the gesture.

Lady Di in the premiere of the James Bond film, "A View to a Kill" in 1985 |

Kate Middleton en el estreno de la película de James Bond, "No Time To Die" en 2021.

Kate honors her mother-in-law with a reinterpretation of her outfit.


— Cultura Colectiva (@CulturaColectiv) October 1, 2021

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sixth place

The British are known for their love of horse racing, and besides the sporting event that attracts a large crowd, especially the members of the royal family.

Once a year there is a royal pageant week in the town of Ascot, and the rules of dress are very clear - strict and formal dress, which of course includes hats for women.

The event is especially known for the colorful outfits and grandiose hats, and we couldn't ignore what the princess wore to the event in 2019.

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The duchess chose a light blue clothing set, and what can we say?

The color is very flattering to the delicate Middleton.

She wore a romantic midi dress by the Lebanese designer Eli Saab.

This is a chiffon dress rich in fabric, which is exactly suitable for such an event.

The upper part of the dress includes a bottom fabric that is designed as a spaghetti top, and above it a chiffon top with lace trim, long sleeves and a ribbon with a bow tie at the neckline.

The dress is decorated with dots, and its lower part consists of a skirt rich in fabric that is not close to the body, and is very suitable for Middleton.

She combined light high heels, and the highlight - a matching hat with a large light blue flower and hair tied up.

The resulting look is very elegant and unadorned, and we really liked the choices.

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fifth place

In 2018, Middleton gave birth to Prince Louis, the couple's third child.

For the prince's christening event, she chose a total white look that brightened everyone's day, and made it clear to everyone who was the center of the event.

She chose a white midi dress with a V-neckline, gathers in the long sleeves that created volume, pointy heels in a matching color, and a white bow for her hair, which was decorated with pearls and flowers.

Kate Middleton at the christening of her son, Prince Louis.

2018, photo: AFP

Prince William and Kate Middleton arrived for their 11-week-old sons christening today at the Chapel Royal in St.

James's Palace in London.

Louis' service will be conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Just Welby, who christened George and Charlotte.

— Newscom (@NewscomImages) July 9, 2018

fourth place

King Charles just recently received the title he's been waiting for all his life, and in honor of his first royal ball, the princess chose to dress, well, like a princess.

Middleton wore a Jenny Packham dress, and we think she's totally up for the Queen Consort role, when the time comes of course.

Middleton wore a white maxi dress, with silver embellishments on the shoulders and collar, and sleeves with a cut in the middle that cut through the arm, reminiscent of a royal robe.

The cut of the dress was relatively tight, with a minimalist flare in the lower part of the skirt.

The princess added silver earrings with pearls, a bracelet, and a tiara that belonged to Queen Mary.

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Third place

Although it is not a happy occasion, but one of the princess's iconic looks for us is what she wore at Queen Elizabeth's funeral this year.

According to custom, the women of the family wear black clothes, plus a hat with a net or a veil, and pearl jewelry that resembles tears.


Kate Middleton with her children Prince George and Princess Charlotte, photo: AFP

Princess Kate Middleton chose a coat dress by the super designer Alexander McQueen.

She wore the same dress in its white version in June of this year, at the platinum jubilee events for the Queen.

She completed the look with see-through black tights, elegant casual shoes, a black hat with a hinoma and a gathered hairstyle, and chose sentimental jewelry that belonged to the late Queen - pearl and diamond earrings that the Queen received as a gift from Bahrain, and wore on many occasions.

Middleton wore a four-row pearl necklace with a center diamond clasp, which the Queen received on a royal visit to Japan, and completed the selection with a matching four-row pearl bracelet.

Middleton previously wore the earrings to Prince Philip's funeral, and the necklace to a gala dinner to mark the late Queen and Prince's 70th wedding anniversary.

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Middleton presented a subdued, formal and dignified look, which pays a lot of respect to the late Queen, and despite everything, this is one of her most impressive looks, and she looks incredibly regal in it.

second place

Last March, the princes visited the Caribbean for a week, and the princess presented a variety of colorful looks.

At a celebratory reception held in honor of the two in Jamaica, Middleton chose to honor the country with an emerald green dress like the country's flag.

She chose a dress by her favorite British designer Jenny Packham.

It is an off-the-shoulder dress that exposes the shoulders, with fabric gathers in the upper part of the tight-fitting dress in the upper part, and a flowing skirt.

The dress is made of chiffon fabric, and decorated with glittering silver dots in the upper part, which gradually continued to the upper part of the skirt.

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Middleton completed the look with her hair pulled up, and emerald jewelry loaned to her from Queen Elizabeth.

We really liked the look.

The color is very flattering to Middleton, as is the flowing feminine cut, and the change in hair design.

She looks royal and extremely fashionable.

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First Place

Well, we guess you weren't surprised, but Princess Catherine's favorite look is of course the gorgeous wedding dress she wore for her wedding to Prince William.

Middleton's dress became a household name, marking Kate as a fashion icon.

Middleton chose the fashion designer Sarah Burton, the creative director of the fashion house Alexander McQueen, and wore a dress estimated to cost about 332 thousand dollars.

Kate Middleton on her wedding day, photo: AFP

The upper part of the dress consisted of a tight bodice, with a transparent lace top, which created a raised neckline, and continued to transparent sleeves.

The lower part of the dress was a rich skirt of ivory satin fabric, with delicate textures of flowers of the same color.

The skirt was joined by a train a little less than three meters long.

Kate and William on their wedding day, photo: Reuters

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