Days after she was spotted in Warehouse, the bride-to-be visited upmarket store Whistles
Just days after being spotted browsing the rails in high street store Warehouse, royal bride-to-be Kate Middleton continued her honeymoon shopping spree yesterday, indulging in a spot of retail therapy on Chelsea’s Kings Road.
Making the most of the sunny spring day, Kate chose a simple, short-sleeved Issa wrap dress and flat camel courts for her outing.
During her last minute shopping trip, the glowing princess-to-be – accompanied by two royal protection officers – visited upmarket store Whistles, before emerging clutching a single shopping bag.
Continuing her spree, Kate spent the afternoon browsing the boutiques, and was also spied popping into department store Peter Jones.
Although Kate’s thoughts may have turned to her honeymoon wardrobe, our attention is still firmly focused on her big day dress.
Yesterday little known Libuela designer Sophie Cranston ruled herself out of the running, revealing Kate definitely won’t be wearing one of her dresses as she walks down the aisle.
‘For the purpose of clarification we are not designing Kate Middleton’s wedding dress,’ a spokesman for the designer said in a statement.
‘We, like everyone else, can’t wait to find out who is.’
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