Kate Middleton showed a little skin in a low-cut dress.
Hours after landing in Warsaw, Poland, for a five-day visit with Prince William and their two children, Prince George (who turns 4 on Saturday) and Princess Charlotte, 2, the duchess changed into a revealing outfit to attend a garden party.
The white, low-cut dress by Polish designer Gosia Baczynska (known as the “tsarina of the Polish fashion scene”) had black asymmetrical piping and leaf details. Kate accessorized with black Gianvito Rossi pumps, a pearl-drop necklace, and pearl earrings.
Kate’s style has an edgy streak these days. On Wednesday, she attended a state banquet at Buckingham Palace wearing a baby pink, low-cut Marchesa gown — a contrast to her regal tiara, once owned by her late mother-in-law Diana, Princess of Wales.
And earlier in July, she reportedly dyed her hair a richer chestnut hue and debuted a bob haircut, dubbed the “Kob” by the media.
On Monday morning, the duchess landed in Warsaw wearing a white peplum coat and a midi-length skirt from Alexander McQueen and nude Gianvito Rossi heels. The duke and duchess headed straight to the Heart, a startup incubator, where Middleton was gifted baby gear from a company called Whisbear, which designs toys to replicate the sounds of the womb. Upon receiving them, Kate joked to William, “We will just have to have more babies!”
During their visit with young entrepreneurs, the royal couple experimented with virtual reality headsets. Fans lined the streets to greet the royal family, and when one gushed over Kate’s beauty, the duchess replied, “It’s just the makeup,” according to the Daily Mail.
On Tuesday, Will and Kate will visit Stutthof concentration camp — where more than 65,000 people died during World War II — followed by shipyards in Gdansk, before heading to Germany.
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