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She's technically still on maternity leave, but the Duchess was there to cheer on her friend Serena Williams.
After baby Archie's birth in early May, Meghan Markle has (very understandably) been taking a break from her royal duties. Still, every now and then, something comes up that she feels obliged to attend—as was the case today at Wimbledon.The Duchess arrived at the ...
 
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Fashion tips from the Monegasque princess and the queen of American fashion.
Like a handful before and after her, Grace Kelly is one of the few legendary fashion icons that embody class and timelessness. She ranks among other style heavyweights, such as Jackie Kennedy Onassis, and Princess Diana. Unlike many others, however, Grace’s signature ...
 
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Demand for these two outfits increased exponentially.
Well, in case you had any doubts (you probably didn't), the Duchess Effect is absolutely real. Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle are essentially a designer's dream: Whenever they wear particular pieces, fans show so much interest that said pieces regularly sell out ...
 
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From Princess Margaret's iconic style to Meghan Markle's wedding reception dress.
The royal family has no shortage of gorgeous gowns. From Princess Margaret's statement-making dresses to Meghan Markle's royal wedding reception gown, it's basically a royal rite of passage to wear a seriously jaw-dropping design. Here, we've rounded up the greatest royal gown ...
 
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This royal doesn't hold back.
Once again, the Netherlands' Queen Maxima dove head-first into a bold style choice. The royal is known for her maximalist looks (see what we did there?) but on the first day of the Royal Ascot, she truly outdid herself.Maxima arrived in a carriage with Queen ...
 
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Even the Duchess keeps it casual on occasion.
With the Trooping the Colour celebration behind them, Prince William and Kate Middleton are off to Cumbria for a day of royal engagements. According to Kensington Palace, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge plan to "celebrate the resilience and spirit of rural and farming communities ...
 
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There are dresses, and then there are dresses.
There are dresses, and then there are dresses. They are the ones forever etched in our collective fashion consciousness as that LBD, that wedding dress, or that cut-down-to-there evening gown. They require very little, to no introduction, but they have cemented sartorial ...
 
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Tiaras are a wedding-day must for royal brides, but who else is in the market for a diamond topper?
Last week, just days before the latest royal wedding (the third in a year), two tiaras were sold in Geneva. One, an intricately crafted, all-diamond Fabergé that Duchess Cecilie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin received on the occasion of her 1905 marriage to Wilhelm von Hohenzollem, the heir ...
 
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The Duchess has been wearing breastpins for years—and luxury fashion houses are just now catching up.
Everything—really, everything—comes back into style. Take Queen Elizabeth's habit of wearing one color, head-to-toe. For decades, it seemed old-fashioned; now, the runways are overflowing with monochrome outfits, with everyone from Bella Hadid to Priyanka Chopra is clamoring to get in on the trend. The ...
 
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Grace Wales Bonner's work blurs the line between art and fashion.
When Meghan Markle dresses, the world listens—and she knows it. Much has been written about the so-called "Markle effect," in which a given garment will sell out online, almost as soon as she's stepped out in it. In the past, the Duchess has highlighted ...
 
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This is what casual looks like for real-life princesses, queens, and duchesses.
The royals are skilled at getting dressed head-to-toe for formal engagements, but they might be even better at keeping it casual when they aren’t on duty. Queen Elizabeth throws on a headscarf, Meghan flaunts distressed denim, and Kate Middleton likes a good ...
 
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The Duchess has long been an advocate of children enjoying the great outdoors.
During this morning's engagement, Kate Middleton combined two causes close to her heart: the environment, and early childhood care. The Duchess visited Gilwell Park, to celebrate the site's 100th anniversary, and to learn about the U.K. Scout's new program for younger children.Ever practical, Kate ...
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