And it's a very fitting nod to Princess Diana
Today marks twenty years since princess Diana died tragically in a car crash in Paris, with a new memorial garden planted outside her former home to honour the anniversary.
The White Garden has been opened at Kensington Palace, celebrating Princess Diana’s life with memories and iconic looks – filled with white roses, narcissi and forget-me-nots, and even featuring her classic white ‘Elvis’ Catherine Walker dress.
Kate Middleton was also in attendance, wearing a green floral Prada dress that was cinched in at the waist with shirred detailing.
The long-sleeved dress, covered in a poppy field design, also served as a fitting nod to Princess Diana herself as it featured a pussybow – a look that Diana championed back in the day.
Being Prada, the dress certainly doesn’t come cheap, but it is available for purchase – currently retailing on Matchesfashion.com for £1,420.
Kate teamed her Prada dress with a pair of Monica Vinader Siren Wire Green earrings, matching the printed glades of the silk dress perfectly.
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The Duchess and the princes spent the afternoon in the garden with the head gardener Sean Harkin, before Prince William and Prince Harry went to see the tributes to their mother outside the Kensington Palace gates.