Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attends the Anna Freud Centre Family School Christmas Party

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attends the Anna Freud Centre Family School Christmas Party at Anna Freud Centre on December 15, 2015 in London, England. The Duchess joined groups of families in Festive activities designed to help pupils reflect on the positive progress in their social relationships and communication skills
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attends the Anna Freud Centre Family School Christmas Party at Anna Freud Centre
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attends the Anna Freud Centre Family School Christmas Party at Anna Freud Centre
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attends the Anna Freud Centre Family School Christmas Party at Anna Freud Centre
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attends the Anna Freud Centre Family School Christmas Party at Anna Freud Centre
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attends the Anna Freud Centre Family School Christmas Party at Anna Freud Centre
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attends the Anna Freud Centre Family School Christmas Party at Anna Freud Centre
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attends the Anna Freud Centre Family School Christmas Party at Anna Freud Centre
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attends the Anna Freud Centre Family School Christmas Party at Anna Freud Centre
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attends the Anna Freud Centre Family School Christmas Party at Anna Freud Centre
Kate Middleton wore Alexander McQueen dress
The Duchess was festive in a bespoke red Alexander McQueen dress she first wore publicly for the Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant in 2012 and again last year for a dramatic arts reception at Buckingham Palace with the Queen.
                            STUART WEITZMAN Power Pump             MULBERRY Bayswater Clutch

KIKI McDONOUGH Lauren Earrings

22 comments:

  1. Jolie robe portée durant la promenade sur la Tamise lors du jubilé de diamant

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  2. Other shoes please... she is only wearing that awful pair of Stuart Weitzman pumps

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    1. Because classic black pumps can be so tiresome (she says facetiously . . .).

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    2. Are we to expect more new expensive coats to be worn at HM royal Christmas luncheon.

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  3. I think the earrings are a tad too expensive to be worn with this simple nice dress.

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    1. 2200 € ,c'´est tout de même la robe du jubilé ! Moins cher certains trouveraient ça : Too cheap

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  4. She looks pretty good.

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  5. I like this dress and hairstyle. But why is she always walking in the same way with her hands clamped on her clutch...?

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    1. Eh...she tries to create a style !!

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  6. La grandissime reine Elisabeth à la même coiffure depuis 55 ans ,le même modèle de chaussure depuis 35 ans .
    Elle a changé la couleur de cheveux mais pas la couleur des chaussures .Pas de critiques c'est :The Queen !!!

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    1. La reine a aussi des critiques pour ses habits ou style,mais elle est une legende vivante car elle consacre sa vie au devoir.

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  7. Oh....red....like Father Christmas. How predictable!

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    1. When you don't like someone, everything that person does is wrong-- even the colour of their dress.
      Spreading your dislike around... how is that contributing to "goodwill amongst men"?

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    2. A24-4523:33
      You again.....do you have nothing else to do? Why don't you let people express what they think? Why always that donnishness and these annoying reproofs? Damn it! Are you a kind of preacher? Then go to the church, dear!

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    3. 13:35, I believe A24-45 is just trying to keep the discourse above a fifth school grade level of civility, class and intelligence. Clearly, she's giving you too much credit. You're obviously content to slog around in the mud!

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    4. Everyone has the right to freely express his or her opinion, even if they do not necessarily reflect. But the liberty is however always also the liberty of the other one.

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    5. Thanks Anon 17:39. I will keep on speaking up for fairness, decency and tolerance on this blog.
      Anon 13:35. I see I have struck a nerve.
      The question I asked was a serious one. All of us, myself included, benefit from reflecting on the impact of our words on others. Do you disagree?
      I fully support people expressing a dissenting opinion, when they do so with courtesy and respect - just as royals do. The nasty tone of your comment is the problem, not not your opinion itself. If you would use constructive criticism instead, you would get a different response. (Of course, you must still expect your view to be vigorously disagreed with - respectfully, of course :).) Have a nice day!

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  8. I think she looks awkward with children.

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    1. These pictures of this lady and the children are really sweet. You must base your observation from a preconceived opinion.

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  9. . Her exaggerated facial expressions and deliberate posing just goes to show that she's not "there" at all but in her own la-la land

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  10. love her and the dress is lovely she good with kids

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