Last night, Kate Middleton stepped out for an event for The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood at the BAFTA headquarters in London and she looked as stylish as ever in a red Alexander McQueen suit.
The Princess of Wales completed the look with a pair of chunky earrings that not only represent her penchant for sustainability, but also pay homage to a popular London landmark.
Kate was wearing a pair of gold and regency earrings that are made by Chalk – a handcrafted jewellery brand by London-based architect Malaika.
The chunky earrings pay homage to a popular London landmark. According to the brand, the regal forms from the ornate details and geometry found within the main stage auditorium ceiling of the Royal Opera House has been been reimagined for the piece.
The Royal Opera House is an incredibly symbolic building for Kate as that’s where Princess Diana’s surprised both the audience and the then Prince Charles by appearing on stage with ballet dancer Wayne Sleep in a routine choreographed to Billy Joel’s ‘Uptown Girl’.
Kate first wore the earrings back in June of last year for the unveiling of the National Windrush Monument at London’s Waterloo Station
Retailing at an affordable £75, the earrings represent Kate’s sustainable and eco conscious approach to public appearances – something that the Princess of Wales is renowned for.
Back in December 2022, Kate wore a pair of Chunky Knot Soft Citrine Earrings from Shyla London at the Royal Carol Service, which retail at an affordable £100. Later in the month, she wore a pair of sustainable gold-plated Sezane earrings on Christmas Day.
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