Kate Middleton engaged: this message hidden behind one of her recent outfits

This April 27, 2022, Kate Middleton appeared in a sublime beige vintage suit, by designer Han Chong. Through her ensemble, the Duchess of Cambridge sent a strong message to many women, according to Shimmer.

Kate Middleton is a committed fashionista. Copied, but never equaled, her looks make the heyday of the designers she chooses for her wardrobe. Outfits with perfect cuts, combining elegance and modernity for silhouettes that meet the requirements of royal protocol. And unlike many personalities, the Duchess of Cambridge wears the same pieces several times. More than a taste for fashion, George’s mother, Charlotte and Louis often send subtle messages, but no less powerful through her outfits.

On April 27, 2022, it was with his suit, signed by designer Han Chong, founder of the Self Portrait brand, that Prince William’s company would have been part of one of his engagements. As she discussed high-risk pregnancies with Princess Anne that day, her fans saw two pineapple-like symbols on her fitted jacket. According to information from shimmerthis fruit is “became a beacon of hope for those struggling with infertility”. It would even be used on social networks by many communities of women suffering from infertility.

>> PHOTOS – Kate Middleton competes in elegance in a beige suit signed Self Portrait

Kate Middleton, a committed duchess

For his part, the New York Times report : “They are more widely known as a symbol of hospitality and welcome. But on social media, pineapples are inextricably linked to infertility. On Instagram, the hashtag #PineappleTribe aims to connect women going through IVF”. This is not the first time that Kate Middleton has shown her commitment to women’s rights through an outfit. On January 22, 2022, the Duchess opted for a stunning green belted dress, signed by London designer, Beulah, for her visit to the charity Family action, in Lewisham, South London. A choice that is all the more symbolic as the luxury brand supports mistreated and abused women.

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