The Duchess of Cambridge defied the weather on Friday, looking elegant in a mint green dress during a tropical downpour when she and Prince William visited a primary school in the Bahamas. Kate Middleton Glows In Most Striking Dress Yet During Bahamas Rainstorm
Kate Middleton opted for a mint green chiffon midi dress from Self-Portrait featuring button-up detailing and delicate puff sleeves. Pairing the £350 summer dress with white pointed Jimmy Choo stilettos, the Duchess looked effortlessly glamorous.
The website explains that the beautiful dress is fully lined with a pleated bodice and cut-out back. A perfect piece for all-summer-long.
The royal stepped out into the rain, but still managed to look glowing under the safety of a large grey and yellow umbrella – and the adverse weather actually provided some stunning photographs – much like when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were caught in the rain at the Endeavour Fund Awards in London in 2020.
Spearmint dress, £350 / $510, Self-Portrait
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Hobbs Kristin Satin Midi Dress, £179, John Lewis
The silk number would be ideal as a wedding guest dress don’t you think?
The Kooples V-neck satin midi dress, £295, Selfridges
The Cambridges dropped into the Sybil Strachan Primary School, which has 700 pupils enrolled, and they were greeted by a parade outside even in the pouring rain!
Kate has wowed royal fans the world over with her bright wardrobe selection during their overseas trip. Highlights have included a blue floral dress from Tory Burch which she wore in Belize and an unforgettable bespoke yellow dress by Roksanda to reflect the gold colour in Jamaica’s flag when they visited there.
The Duchess’ wardrobe has been an array of colour
On Thursday, when the royals arrived on the island, the Duchess wowed in a similar colour palette, opting for an aquamarine Emilia Wickstead dress with Gianvito Rossi suede heels.