Kate Middleton Talks About George & Charlotte's Favorite Pastime -- We Love It

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Kate chose to wear her Cambridge Lover's knot tiara, styling her hair up in a neat chignon to draw attention to it. Letizia too, wore her long, honey-hued hair styled in a neat up-do.

Kate sported her new shorter hairdo as well as a light blue dress and black heels.

Kate and Diana took a number of similar style cues. She used to hold them in front of her while bending to get out of cars.

The Duchess paired her tiara with a heavy necklace that nearly succeeded in drawing attention away the v-shaped neckline on her Marchesa dress - which may be the most plunging one she's worn yet! Like the duchess, she wore a tiara, and hers is known as La Buena. During her visit, the duchess, who is a patron of the museum, revealed just how much Prince George and Princess Charlotte love the Natural History Museum.

Kate, 35, looked sensational in a dusty pink custom-made Marchesa gown as she joined Prince William, the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh and other senior royals to welcome King Felipe VI and his wife Queen Letizia to Buckingham Palace.

But the Duchess wasn't going to let Letizia have all the fashion fun. The Duchess paired the dress with a sparkling necklace on loan from the Queen.

However, keeping the bold is attractive motto going, the Queen of Spain sported a bold off-shoulder red gown as she walked into the ballroom to mark the special evening.

Despite her common upbringing, Kate Middleton has transitioned into the world of royalty impeccably and demonstrates constantly the respect and admiration she has for her husband's late mother. Harry, who attended a state banquet for the first time, sat with Rose Hanbury, a family friend.

The white tie Diplomatic Reception is the main social event of the year in London for the diplomatic community and reflects the Queen's importance in terms of the UK's worldwide relations.

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