Kate Middleton's new ultra-glam curly ponytail is the easy up-do you need to try this Christmas season.
If you have a calendar packed with festive get-togethers this December and are ready to get your glam on with some glowing festive make-up looks and gorgeous Christmas hairstyles, Kate just served some serious inspiration.
The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London this week to pay a visit to the new "Faberge in London: Romance to Revolution" exhibition this week, she proved that an easy up-do can look just as glam as her signature blow-out.
Kate, whose hair has transformed over her years as an iconic royal, looked elegant as she appeared at the exhibit, sporting an intricately patterned tie-neck blouse, with her tresses styled into bouncy barrel curls and worn in a teased ponytail.
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A series of snaps from the royal outing were shared on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's official Instagram account, sparking showers of praise from Kate's adoring fans.
"This is such a beautiful exhibition!! And I absolutely love this picture of our gorgeous Duchess," one wrote.
"What a stunning photo," another agreed, while a third wrote, "Sigh….beauty viewing beauty!"
Kate has been opting against her famed blow-dry more and more often lately, wearing her thick brunette locks in more spiral-esque curls for almost all of the royal appearances she has made lately.
When the Duchess stepped out at the Royal Variety Performance back in November, she had gone for tighter, more prominent curls with her hair swept over and worn in a far side parting for the glamorous evening out, hinting that her famously sleek yet voluminous blow-dried style is no longer her go-to.
For the prestigious occasion, Kate looked ravishing in an emerald green sequin-embellished gown by Jenny Packham and accessorized with her stunning yet affordable Missoma gold earrings.
The Duchess chose to wear similar curls when she paid a visit to a North London secondary school at the end of November in order to sit in on a science lesson and highlight the importance of early childhood development.
Kate beamed as she chatted to the pupils at Nower Hill High School in Harrow, teaming a fuchsia roll neck jumper with a coordinating coat.
She finished the smart and polished look with a pair of black trousers and some navy court heels, looking as elegant as ever in the Year 8 classroom.
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