Duchess Catherine is revered for her lovely brunette tresses, but she's recently changed things up a bit by adding bangs. She's now sporting face-framing layers and side swept bangs that undoubtedly caused many of her fans to run to the nearest salon to emulate the cut. She previously sported the look back in 2006, but not everyone is a fan of her new 'do. While we applaud the fact that she took a risk, we prefer the bang-less look better. Other than debuting a new hairstyle, what else has she been up to lately?
Opening of The Natural History Museum's Treasures Gallery
On November 27, the beauty attended the opening of The Natural History Museum's Treasures Gallery in London where she debuted her new 'do. While at the event, she wore an emerald color Mulberry Peace & Love Jacquard Full Pleated Shirt Dress that she previously also wore a year ago . She paired the look with black pumps. It retails for $1,320.
Visit to Peterborough City Hospital and Guildhall
The Duchess and Prince William stopped by Peterborough City Hospital and Guildhall in Cambridge on November 28 and were greeted by plenty of fans hoping to catch a glimpse of the couple. The Royals accepted gifts, including a baby romper suit that caused many to speculate whether or not the couple is expecting, from the well-wishers who lined the streets. Despite the windy day, the 30-year-old stayed stylish in a pale pink MaxMara Studio belted wool coat that retails for $1,565. While the style icon looked beautiful, it seems as though she was wearing the belt upside down. She completed the look with brown suede Aquatalia ankle boots.
Earlier this year while Catherine was on the Diamond Jubilee Tour with her husband, she took a series of photos while at the Research Station at Danum Valley in Borneo. Most of the published seven photos are black and white and include images of Mount Kinabalu, an orangutan and of a jungle clearing. Are you a fan of the snapshots?
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