Kate Middleton brought out the second evening look of her three-day Ireland tour tonight in Dublin—and the Duchess of Cambridge went vintage. Kate wore a magenta Oscar de la Renta dress with a ruffled neck and black polka dots. She leaned into the retro vibes of the dress by accessorizing with hoop earrings, black pumps, a black clutch, and a curled ponytail. The hairstyle highlighted her new curtain bangs:
Kate and Prince William were at a reception hosted by Irish Tanaiste Simon Coveney at the Museum of Literature Ireland. The evening cocktail event comes after Kate and William attended their first reception last night at the Guinness Storehouse's Gravity Bar in Dublin. Kate wore her hair down with an emerald metallic The Vampire's Wife dress.
Kate wore two other outfits today: She started her day visiting Jigsaw in a white Reiss Olivia coat from 2008, an Equipment polka dot blouse, and black skinny jeans. Jigsaw is Ireland's National Centre for Youth Mental Health in Dublin.
She and William then switched into more causal outfits for their visit to Teagasc Animal & Grassland Research Centre at Grange, in County Meath, that afternoon:
Tomorrow marks the last day of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's tour of Ireland. As the Palace announced ahead of the royal tour, Kate and William's trip is focused "on the relationship between [the UK and Ireland], and build on the theme of remembrance and reconciliation." The couple is expected to go to County Kildare and Galway during their last day.
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