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Another Royal Replicated Kate Middleton’s Christmas Look after Three Years


Another Royal Replicated Kate Middleton’s Christmas Look after Three Years

Another Royal Replicated Kate Middleton’s Christmas Look Three Years Later.

Princess Madeleine of Sweden recently twinned with Kate Middleton in one of her Christmas ensembles.

Princess Madeleine, the youngest child of King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia, and her husband Christopher O’Neill, along with their three children, attended a royal ritual on Monday: receiving the official Christmas trees for the royal house in Stockholm.

In a video posted on Instagram by the Swedish royal family, Princess Madeleine wore a black turtleneck and a red tartan skirt with a bow knotted around her waist. Princess Madeleine’s daughters, Princess Leonor and Princess Adrienne wore matching green outfits for the occasion.

According to People, Princess Madeleine’s gown appeared to be similar to the one worn by the Duchess of Cambridge at a Christmas luncheon honoring military families whose loved ones were away for the holidays in 2018.

Middleton wore a pleated red and green tartan midi skirt by Emilia Wickstead. It was paired with a black Brora button-down cardigan that she draped over her shoulders like a blouse. Both females finished their looks with black boots.

Social media users praised Princess Madeleine’s dress in the video’s comments section.

One Instagram user wrote, “I love Princess Madeleine’s attire.”

“The skirt!!!” remarked another user, who rated it three stars.

A third person said, “What a stunning costume on Princess Madeleine.”

Meanwhile, it’s unclear whether the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be able to spend Christmas with Queen Elizabeth II, who changed her vacation plans in the aftereffects of the COVID-19 outbreak in the UK. The Queen chose to stay at Windsor Castle rather than visit the Sandringham Estate this year.

The Queen usually travels to her home in Norfolk, England, in late December and stays until after February 6 – the date her father, King George VI, died and she took his place nearly 70 years ago.

According to royal expert Kerene Barefield, executive producer of True Royal TV’s “The Royal Beat,” Prince William, Middleton, and their children will spend the holidays in their home in Norfolk near the Sandringham estate, so if Her Majesty stays in London, the Cambridges may be unable to join her.

“I gather from sources that if circumstances shift, there may be a Christmas at Windsor this year,” she told Us Weekly.

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