Duchess Kate's glamorous appearance at the Victoria & Albert Museum
Duchess Catherine visited the Victoria & Albert Museum in London on Wednesday evening. As patron of the museum she stunned in a beautiful outfit and surprised fans with her svelte figure.
Since her first public appearance after being on maternity leave at the beginning of October, Duchess Kate (36) has been kept very busy. On Wednesday evening she visited the official opening of the brand new V&A Photography Centre at the Victoria & Albert Museum and looked absolutely gorgeous.
Duchess Kate wow's fans with her great figure just months having given birth
Kate was appointed patron of the museum in March 2018 and Wednesday's opening marked her first official appearance in the coveted role. As well as her beautiful smile, the Duchess also wowed fans with her slim figure, all the more amazing when one takes into consideration that she only gave birth to Prince Louis five months ago!
Prince William's (36) wife opted for off-the-shoulder dress from Erdem's Spring Summer collection. She combined it with a burgundy-coloured belt as well as Jimmy Choo court shoes and a clutch in the same colour way.
Kate's outfit choice has a greater significance behind it, the Spring Summer Erdem collection was inspired by various looks worn by Queen Elizabeth II (92) in the fifties.