The hidden meaning behind Duchess Catherine’s lockdown outfits

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  • Duchess Catherine has seemingly been sending a secret message with her outfits.

    • Duchess Catherine has seemingly been sending an important message with her latest lockdown outfits.
    • The Duchess of Cambridge has made numerous appearances over the past couple of months and she has continued to wow with her outfits.
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    Despite the coronavirus lockdown that we’ve all been living in over the past couple of months, the Duchess of Cambridge has continued to make public appearances (virtually of course) to promote important causes.

    And as always the stylish Duchess has wowed with her gorgeously well put-together outfits that fans have been scrambling to get their hands on for whenever we’re all out of lockdown.

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    The Duchess wore a purpley blue number for the NHS Clap for Carers (Credit: Getty)

    But it seems that there could be an important hidden meaning behind the Duchess of Cambridge’s specifically-chosen wears.

    Throughout the pandemic the royal has been wearing lovely bright colours that seem to reflect the colours of the rainbow.

    Over her last few appearances, the Duchess has worn red, yellow, pink, green, purple, a muted orange and blue.

    During the lockdown, a colourful rainbow has become the nationwide symbol known to represent support for the NHS.

    The mum-of-three displayed an extra show of support when she posted a series of photos to celebrate her youngest son Prince Louis’s second birthday.

    Duchess Catherine shared a selection of adorable photos of young Prince Louis playing with bright rainbow paints, with his hands covered in red, orange, yellow, green, purple and blue paint.

    The Duchess also revealed a photo of her young son with paint smeared all over is face, later admitting that she ended the photoshoot in pretty much the same way.

    Speaking to This Morning’s Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby the Duchess said, “I should’ve taken a photograph of what I looked like after as well!

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    “Luckily, that wasn’t documented but I was pretty much…

    “I looked like Louis at the end of those”.

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