In April 1984 the Princess meets Amir Shaikh Isa bin Sulman Al Khalifa at Windsor Castle. She is pregnant with Prince Harry and wears a pink, white and blue Liberty print two-piece suit in fine wool with a puritan collar and blue bow by Jan Vanvelden.
Classic pleated A-line black and white houndstooth wool skirt featuring a flat fronted apron fastened with black leather side buckles. Finished with a traditional Kilt pin. By the Scottish label Le Kilt.
1- The Duchess of Cambridge wore this kilt on 24th February 2016 when supporting some children’s mental health charities in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Luxurious cream mini cape in fake fur with vynil facets – 6 years old.
Cream mini cape in fake fur with vynil facets in round shape, lined with cream velvet and fastened at the front with a large cream satin ribbon. Size: 6 years old
Height of the cape at the back: 38 cm (15 in)
100% polyester, lining 100 % cotton
Handmade in France
Available at the Duchesse Or Ange online store.
Set in the picturesque heather-clad mountains near Balmoral Castle, the Braemar Highland Games has become an annual event for the Queen and her family. On her first visit to the Braemar Highland Games in September 1981 Diana wears a woolen suit in a rust, brown and black plaid with puff sleeves designed by Caroline Charles completed with a black velvet tam-o’-shanter.
Double breasted navy blazer with 10 gold-tone buttons on the front and 2 on the cuffs, and side besom pockets. It is by Zara.
Classic, nice and lovely on the Duchess.
1- Kate wore it on 11th April 2014 in Auckland, New Zealand.
2- The blazer was worn again during the same tour on 13th April 2014 for a visit to Amisfield Vineyard, New Zealand.
3- The Duchess wore it also on 28th July 2014 at The Commonwealth Games Gymnastic in Glasgow.
4- Kate wore it again on 26th July 2015 at the America’s Cup World Series in Portsmouth.
During a polo match at Smiths Lawn, Windsor Great Park in June 1986 the Princess recreates the rock and roll look of the fifties with ankle polka dots socks with red high heels to match her polka dot pleated skirt and “sloppy joe” sweater. The co-ordinating ensemble is from the German fashion house, Mondi that Diana bought herself at Harrods.