Kate Middleton Looks Gorgeous in a Semi-Sheer Polka-Dot Dress While Supporting Ukraine

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On a solo engagement today, Catherine, Princess of Wales, expressed her solidarity for the people of Ukraine.

In order to visit the Reading Ukrainian Community Centre in Reading, England, the monarch donned clothing in the nation’s colors, blue and yellow.

She wore a translucent blue dress from LK Bennett with a mustard yellow polka dot neckline that had buttons at the front. She wore the transparent garment as a layer over a navy slip, accessorizing with navy shoes and a camel coat – same Max & Co. camel coat she was previously seen wearing when in Scarborough a few weeks ago. She repeated a lot of her favorite outfits during the summer, although in the past the monarch would space out her rewears. This suggests that her wardrobe is now on a more frequent rotation..

The princess maintained her traditional look by accessorizing with her diamond and sapphire engagement ring, pearl drop earrings, and a black quilted purse with golden trim. She had natural-looking makeup on and wore her hair in loose waves.


Princess Kate talked with displaced Ukrainian families at the community center about the organization’s assistance for refugees who are coming to the UK as a result of the conflict with Russia.On February 24 of this year, Russian President Vladimir Putin declared war on Ukraine, and the attacks have not stopped since. According to General Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, between 15 and 30 million Ukrainian people have been displaced and around 40,000 civilian deaths have occurred since then.

Kate and her husband Prince William have been outspoken about their support for Ukraine from the beginning. They issued a rare personal and political message soon after the start of the conflict in which they said they “stand with” President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and the people of Ukraine.

Then, in March, they went to the Ukrainian Cultural Centre in London to hear about the assistance being provided to refugees. The royals also visited with Ukrainians living in London and assisted in organizing gifts to be sent to families in need.

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