Kate Middleton dazzled in a £3,000 white Alexander McQueen coat dress while Carrie Johnson stunned in £805 rented The Vampire’s Wife dress and Jill Biden matched her in florals at G7 reception tonight.
The mother-of-three cut an elegant figure in a stunning white coat dress, estimated to cost £3,000, which featured double-breasted buttons down the chest and pleated detailing across the skirt.
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Meanwhile the First Lady of the United States appeared keen to wrap up against the cool summer breeze, and donned for a tan coloured trench coat as she arrived at the event, which she wore atop a dark floral printed gown.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 39, appeared in high spirits as she arrived at the event hosted by the Queen and Prince Charles at the Eden Project, in Cornwall, following the start of the summit today
Meanwhile Carrie Johnson (pictured with her husband) has showcased her style prowess once again as she arrived at the G7 reception in an elegant floral gown from The Vampire’s Wife
Meanwhile the First Lady of the United States opted for a black lined trench coat, which she wore atop a dark floral printed gown
Carrie’s dress, when bought as new, comes with a pricetag of £805, however the Prime Minister’s wife has shown a love for rental fashion apps and websites so far during her trip.
And she didn’t disappoint this time around, with the dress, from celebrity-loved brand The Vampire’s Wife, being rented from British website HURR.
Letting the statement garment do all the talking, Carrie kept her accessories to a minimum.
However known for her vibrant outfits, the mother-of-one added a pop of colour to her ensemble with a bright yellow clutch bag and matching shoes.
The royal party appeared in high spirits as they arrived for the event in Cornwall earlier this evening (pictured, alongside Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his wife Carrie)
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Following in the footsteps of many including the Duchess of Cambridge, Florence Welch, Cate Blanchett and Daisy Lowe, the newlywed opted to wear their signature ‘Festival’ dress. We’re loving the pop of colour she’s added with the Prada heels and Gucci ‘Dionysus’ bag.
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Once inside, the Queen could be seen chatting with President Joe Biden and his wife Dr Jill, who opted to wear a tan trench coat for the evening event
Newlywed Carrie appeared to coordinate her outfit with Dr Jill for the evening event in Cornwall, with both women donning dark floral gowns for the occasion
Meanwhile the Duchess of Cambridge cut an elegant figure in the pleated midi dress from Alexander McQueen, which she paired with nude shoes and a simple white handbag
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She kept hair styled loose, while wearing a smattering of glamorous makeup to complete her glamorous look.
Meanwhile the Duchess of Cambridge cut an elegant figure in the pleated midi dress from Alexander McQueen, which she paired with nude shoes and a simple white handbag.
The Duchess has long been a fan of McQueen, with the luxury house designing her iconic wedding gown and becoming a go-to of the royal since her marriage to Prince William in April 2011.
Kate wore her bouncy brunette locks styled in her signature side parting and opted for minimal makeup as she sported a simple smokey eye.
The Queen and the Duchess of Cornwall also opted for floral ensembles as they attended the event today at the Eden Project in Cornwall.
While Camilla wore a midlength navy blue tunic with blue detailing, the monarch wore a colourful pink and white dress.
Both ladies accessorised with their classic pearl earrings and necklaces.
Meanwhile the Duke of Cambridge and his father the Prince of Wales were coordinated in navy suits for the occasion at the Eden Project today.
Earlier today Kate Middleton,
The two chatted together as they walked into the school, with Dr Jill matching Kate by donning a recycled £440 bright pink L’Agence Fashion blazer as well as a white £2,000 Akris dress and £630 Valentino heels.
Meanwhile, newlywed Carrie was later seen wearing a £1,395 vibrant pink Roksanda gown, which she borrowed from a rental website for a discounted rate.
The Queen and the Duchess of Cornwall also opted for floral ensembles as they attended the event today at the Eden Project in Cornwall
The newlywed, who married Prime Minister Boris Johnson (pictured together) on May 29, dazzled when attending the event, hosted by the Queen and Prince Charles at the Eden Project, in Cornwall, following the start of the summit today
Arriving hand-in-hand her husband, Carrie (pictured right), 33, put her best fashion foot forward in the multi-coloured dress from The Vampire’s Wife, teamed with yellow heels
How the ladies of the G7 stole the show at glittering evening event with floral dresses, rented gowns and crisp white ensembles
Carrie Johnson – The Vampire’s Wife dress – £805
Kate Middleton – Alexander McQueen dress
Experts recently told FEMAIL wearing the colour pink ‘conveys kindness and understanding in a non-threatening way.’
This afternoon, newlywed Carrie joined husband Boris on the beach as the G7 summit started in Cornwall.
The 33-year-old wore a bright pink midi dress from Roksanda, which she borrowed from either rental website HURR or My Wardrobe, with a £175 pair of heels from L.K Bennett.
Both are British brands and are well-known for being favourites of the Duchess of Cambridge.
Eco-conscious Carrie is also believed to have hired multiple some of her wardrobe for the event – two collections from dress hire companies My Wardrobe HQ and Hurr Collective were delivered on Wednesday and Thursday.
And earlier today, Dr Jill and Kate heard how the school’s pupils are supported through a bespoke Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) curriculum, which uses child-led teaching to help its pupils to develop as independent, confident and successful learners.
Her fuschia pink dress, which is currently sold out online, is described as perfect for a ‘first date’.
The silk dress, which was made in Italy, appears to have been slightly customised for the Duchess, with a longer hemline and a bold sixties style belt added.
Kate Middleton was a vision in pink as she met with Dr Jill Biden at a school in Cornwall today to discuss female empowerment ahead of the G7 summit
Meanwhile Carrie Johnson later donned a vibrant pink gown as she joined husband Boris at the G7 summit
How the Pink Ladies stole the show on Friday at the G7 Summit in stunning ensembles
£1,125 fuschia midi dress from Alexander McQueen
£225 L.K. Bennett handbag
Dr Jill Biden
£440 bright pink L’Agence Fashion blazer – worn before
£2,000 white Akris dress – worn before
£630 Valentino heels
£1,395 Roksanda gown – rented
£175 L.K Bennett heels
L.K. Bennett is also a firm high street favourite of the duchess, and the choice continued her trend of championing British brands over the past 18 months.
The two then led a roundtable discussion with a number of representatives from the early years sector who have been influential in The Duchess’ work in this space
They discussed why early childhood is so important to lifelong outcomes and what can be done to make a difference.
The royal has been wearing a host of pink outfits in recent months, with experts saying she was wearing the pretty ensembles after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s bombshell Oprah interview to appear ‘lovable and convey kindness’.
Kate sported a blush pussybow blouse during an appearance hours after her sister-in-law claimed the two women had a tearful confrontation days before the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s 2018 wedding.
Meanwhile she also donned a £65 pink jumper from Boden for her first in-person engagement of the year this spring.
She also wore a pink ME+EM’s silk shirt dress during her recent tour of Scotland with the Duke of Cambridge.
Today marks the first time the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have attended official G7 summit events, marking another milestone in their progression as senior royals.
This will be the third time Kate has met with a President and his wife having met Barack and
For First Lady Jill Biden the G7 summit marks the first time she has left the US since husband Joe became president.
Eco-conscious Carrie is also believed to have hired multiple some of her wardrobe for the event – two collections from dress hire companies My Wardrobe HQ and Hurr Collective were delivered on Wednesday and Thursday
Earlier today, the Duchess of Cambridge and Jill Biden opted for clashing pink tones as they visited a school in Cornwall
The Duchess sported the fuschia pink dress, which is currently sold out online and is described as perfect for a ‘first date’
Meanwhile Dr Jill Biden matched the royal in a bold pink jacket from Lagence Fashion (pictured, during the school visit today)