Kate-Middleton Wore a £1,400 Emerald Green Silk Mulberry Dress to the Natural History Museum In London

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Kate-Middleton Wore a £1,400 Emerald Green Silk Mulberry Dress to the Natural History Museum In LondonAfter a long time Kate Middleton has made appearance in the public to face the camera and once again she have just stunned everyone with the dazzling personality. She has made people to commemorate the late mother of her husband Lady Diana by her dressing when she hit the floor of the opening ceremony of Natural History Museum’s Treasure exhibition in London last night.

It was a wonderful night for both onlooker and even for her self. She was wearing the Green Dress which was much resemble to her mother in law who wore the same dress in late Seventies and early Eighties.

30-year old Duchess of Cambridge know very well that how to get the attention of the people and to become the high profile celebrity of the royal family and may be by wearing this dress she had tried to show her love toward her mother in law late Diana.Kate-Middleton Wore a £1,400 Emerald Green Silk Mulberry Dress to the Natural History Museum In London

Well, whatever the reason she has just won the heart of the people by wearing that dress which is look like a dress which was worn by the Lady Diana in 1983 when she was leaving for a trip to the Bahamas from Auckland, New Zealand. that is a with a heavy parted fringe reminiscent of Farrah Fawcett.with the price of £1,400. She has also made a tremendous combination of her hairs which was resembled to the famous actor Farrah Fawcett.Kate-Middleton Wore a £1,400 Emerald Green Silk Mulberry Dress to the Natural History Museum In London

While having tour in the Natural History Museum’s Treasure exhibition she said, “The Natural History Museum has a very special place in the heart of this nation. William and I are just two of millions of people who have passed through these doors, and marvelled at the spectacular wonders of the natural world, housed in this beautiful gallery.Kate-Middleton Wore a £1,400 Emerald Green Silk Mulberry Dress to the Natural History Museum In London

Further she said “I care passionately about what this museum stands for. Being here tonight, seeing some of nature’s finest treasures, reminds me just how precious and awe inspiring the natural world is.That is why the opening of Treasures is so incredibly exciting. If it were ever needed, there is now even more reason to visit this wonderful museum.”