Kate Middleton may have been at Buckingham Palace, but she may have also been to Arendelle. For the Queen's annual party for diplomats, high commissioners and their staff, Middleton chose a true Elsa fromFrozen a dress covered in shimmering sequins, demonstrating the fact that some Christmas traditions transcend the real and the real as. She completed her look with the Cambridge Lover Knot tiara, one of Princess Diana's most worn pieces.
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The show tiara was not the only Kate accessory of the night. He pinched the brooch for his new robe of the royal family of Queen Elizabeth. We are still getting used to seeing the yellow bow and its glass brooch, since Kate is the first person in over a decade to receive the honor. Kate also wore a pair of Princess Diana's favorite earrings, adding many family tributes to the evening's ensemble. To showcase the entire jewelry suite to its full effect, Kate wore her hair in a soft updo and kept her makeup in line with her usual subdued and everyday charm.
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People notes that Middleton was not the only real person to opt for a snowy look. Both Queen Elizabeth and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, wore very white looks, creating a trio of dreamy white robes during their entry procession. Kate was the only one of the three who did not wear a blue band, but with that bold yellow brooch and her mega-watt smile, there was not one thing missing from her suit.