Kate Middleton's new outfits 'rule' from the Palace amid 'frustration'

Kensington Palace will no longer be sharing details of Kate Middleton's outfits, according to reports

Kate Middleton's new outfit rule
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Specific details of Kate Middleton's outfits will reportedly no longer be shared by Kensington Palace staff. 


Kate Middleton's dress collection and always-gorgeous outfits are always a talking point among royal fans  and fashion lovers alike whenever the future Queen Consort steps out for a royal work day or official engagement. 

With her £35 figure-hugging Mango dress, her khaki Hobbs trench coat and Meghan Markle-inspired color block look all catching our attention in recent weeks, we're already obsessed with Kate's winter fashion this year. 

However, it's been alleged that royal officials are keen for Kate's outfits to not always be the main focus of attention when she steps out in public. 

According to The Express, Kensington Palace are "refusing" to share specific details of what Princess Catherine wears, "amid frustration that so much media coverage is focused on what she wears".

Kate Middleton's new outfit rule

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According to the publication, Kate's aides are aware that the pieces she wears are always swiftly identified by fashion pros, however they will "they will no longer officially confirm or deny the details" of the clothes Kate wears for her royal work days. 

It is claimed that staff are predicted to make an exception to the rule for very special events and "hugely glamorous occasions". Think nights like the 2021 James Bond premiere when Kate stepped out in that golden Jenny Packham gown! 

Kate Middleton's new outfit rule

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Overseas visits when Kate is "deploying fashion diplomacy by wearing items designed in the host nation" are also expected to fall into that category, in order for Kate's charitable efforts and royal work to remain center point of Catherine's outfits.