Kate Middleton Wore White to Prince Louis's Christening, and We Could Have Mistaken Her For a Blushing Bride

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On July 9, Kate Middleton was joined by a glowing Meghan Markle and the rest of the royal family for a very important event: the christening of her third child, Prince Louis. For the special occasion, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a bespoke white ensemble by Alexander McQueen, which she accessorized with a Jane Taylor headband and a gorgeous new pair of floral pearl earrings, which may have been a sweet nod to Princess Diana.

Of course, it isn't the first time that Kate will have worn this type of ensemble. Back in 2013, she wore a cream ruffled coat dress to Prince George's christening, which she teamed with a cream Jane Taylor cocktail hat and citrine Kiki McDonough drops; in 2015, she wore a similar coat with beige heels and an embellished fascinator for Princess Charlotte's big day. Read on to get a closer look at Kate's incredibly stylish look, and then shop a similar pair of pearl earrings for yourself.

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