The Princess of Wales inaugurated the Young V&A in Bethnal Green

The Princess of Wales wore a pink Beulah London dress, which she first sported at Wimbledon in 2021

On June 28, the Princess of Wales inaugurated the Young V&A (formerly known as the V&A Museum of Childhood) in Bethnal Green. The museum has been expanded with 3 new galleries named Play, Imagine, and Design. The Princess also met with schoolchildren from the local Globe Primary School and saw their inventions and listened to their stories.

The Princess of Wales wore a pink Beulah London dress, which she first sported at Wimbledon in 2021

The Princess of Wales wore a pink Beulah London dress, which she first sported at Wimbledon in 2021

The Princess of Wales wore a pink Beulah London dress, which she first sported at Wimbledon in 2021

The Princess of Wales became the first royal patron of the V&A in 2018, and since then, she made several visits to its museums and buildings. Her patronage occured as a result of her interest in visual arts, photography and design.

The Princess of Wales wore a pink Beulah London dress, which she first sported at Wimbledon in 2021

The Princess of Wales wore a pink Beulah London dress, which she first sported at Wimbledon in 2021

The Princess of Wales wore a pink Beulah London dress, which she first sported at Wimbledon in 2021

The Princess of Wales wore a pink Beulah London dress, which she first sported at Wimbledon in 2021

Princess of Wales wore Beulah London Ahana Blush Crepe Midi Dress
Beulah London Ahana Blush Crepe Midi Dress

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  1. Anonymous28/6/23 20:07

    This design reminiscent of WWII with puffed elbow length sleeves and a high rushed or pleated neckline has suddenly become very popular. I love watching movies and TV series depicting The WWII times and I think these dresses should stay there. Lovely colour though.
    Ladyofthemanor

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    1. You know Ladyofthemanor, I get the same vibes as you for a 1940’s style dress (now called vintage).
      This was an era when girls and women had to wear a “proper” dress. Well cut, straight hem and a perfect fit, certainly not baggy.
      A similar example can be found in pink linen via the following link ………
      https://www.etsy.com/fr/listing/1322237703/adorable-rose-linen-1940s-robe-obroderie?ga_order=most_relevant&ga_search_type=all&ga_view_type=gallery&ga_search_query=vogue+1940s+dress&ref=sr_gallery-1-17&pro=1&sts=1&organic_search_click=1

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    2. Anonymous29/6/23 10:45

      deadeggs can't you just see that hem swirl while they paint a fake stocking seam. Lol

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    3. A fake stocking seam. Stop bringing back such memories.
      Things weren't all that easy after the war in the 1942, you know 😁

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  2. DĂ©licieuse Kate dans ce rose poudrĂ© mais comme souvent dit, cette ceinture mĂ©riterait d'ĂȘtre moins large et surtout en tissu afin de se confondre sur le reste de la robe ; le blanc de ses chaussures lui donne de l'allure. Ravie de voir ses boucles d'oreilles qu'elle harmonise de temps Ă  autre avec un mĂ©daillon dans le mĂȘme style ; j'adore !

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  3. Anonymous28/6/23 20:59

    This is a lovely dress and color on Catherine. I would buy this dress.

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  4. This is a very pretty, feminine dress, gorgeous color. Its nice to see a rewear. Not so sure about the white shoes.

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    1. D’accordo! Una delicata sfumatura di rosa per le dĂ©colletĂ© sarebbe stato il complemento ideale. Il modello ricorda (in versione verde) una linea di D&G indossata a Wimbledon.

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  5. unflattering first picture around the belt. A lovely dress thou, better with a different colour of shoes, brown or nude like the ones she used wear years ago.

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  6. P. the original28/6/23 21:55

    Another classic beautiful outfit on the Pss of Wales.
    However, I like the dress and the shoes taken separately because they border on the Barbie area as a combo.
    The pumps are splendid, so summery and fashionable.
    I am not sure but this could be a 12 cm heel height👍


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  7. P. the original28/6/23 22:01

    Just a consideration.
    C .Louboutin drives me crazy with his brilliant creations, some of which are called ' so Kate'.
    Maybe he drew from the Princess' style for inspiration.

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  8. Anonymous28/6/23 22:49

    What a lovely summer dress. The pleating on the top adds some nice detail and I like that the puff sleeves aren't overly exaggerated. Gorgeous color. Since white shoes are in now, I'm not mad about them, even though they aren't my favorite. They do add to they summery feel and they are pristine and simple. Gorgeous hair and makeup.
    Chel

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  9. Anonymous29/6/23 00:02

    Lovely dress with a forties vibe. Agree with Ladyofthemanor on that point but great to see these stylish dresses become fashionable again. Even the white shoes look okay with this dress Great outfit
    AnnieM

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  10. Anonymous29/6/23 00:07

    Looks like an angel. Love everything Luna

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  11. Anonymous29/6/23 04:36

    Pretty in pink!!! Catherine looks very pretty in this pastel pink dress--the design elements in the bodice give it an added boost for what is essentially a very simple dress. My pet peeve is the white pumps--sorry, but I am not a fan of white shoes, sandals are fine, just not shoes. But, that's just me--she looks great.

    Janet

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  12. Anonymous29/6/23 11:38

    noiosa, boring borin

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    1. Anonymous29/6/23 19:00

      Agree! Nice but same old boring style!

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  13. Anonymous29/6/23 12:11

    Why does she have brown hair? She is blond! /Marie Olsson

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    1. Never heard that one before. But I guess some people will pick up on even the craziest bit just to be able to criticise.

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    2. Anonymous29/6/23 18:20

      No, she isn't blonde - she's brunette naturally.

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    3. Anonymous29/6/23 18:41

      Marie, where on earth did you get that info from?

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  14. Anonymous29/6/23 12:39

    The colour and fit are good, although as so often the dress could be a few inches shorter and again, to me, the white colour of the shoes is not the best one As polished as it looks, it's hardly ever a fashion statement ....

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  15. Vestit, tĂ­pic del seu estil, li queda fabulĂłs, li marca la cintura, desprĂšn dolçor....en fi....elegĂ ncia personificada....i mĂ©s si l´acompanya amb la seva bona actitud.

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  16. Anonymous29/6/23 17:01

    Nice, but boring. Obviously, Catherine looks stunning & the dress (very popular lately, see Sophie Winkleman) is lovely. But I miss a bit of an edge. A colourful shoe, a headpiece, jewellery...? It looks a tad bland & borderline Barbie territory.
    -Nika-

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  17. Anonymous30/6/23 00:09

    Lovely dress, classic lines with additional interesting small facets within the dress. Catherine, beautiful as ever.

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  18. Anonymous30/6/23 11:07

    Kate goes from one extreme to the other;cleavage to collar bottoned up;I don't like the style of the dress;back in the 80's and Diana with the Sloane ranger ,Laura Ashley styles they were great.My husband's Aunt looked great in photo's in this style in the 1940's.The white shoes are a bit too pointy and lack upper foot coverage to be stylish.Nice hair and smile,needs a brighter lipstick otherwise she looks a bit pale. (Tabby)

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  19. Anonymous1/7/23 00:27

    Very nice josebabe.

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