Kate Middleton, who recently finished recording her first solo interview, is now gearing up to make an appearance as the guest editor at Huffington Post UK. All eyes would be on the Duchess of Cambridge, especially top model guru Carole White's, to see what the princess' outfit would be like on Feb. 17, 2016.
Prince William's wife is said to have the most influential sense of fashion. While she is considered to be a fashion icon by many, there is someone who is not a great admirer of the clothes the Duchess of Cambridge wears, let alone how she carries herself.
Fashion booker White has reportedly called the Duchess of Cambridge's style as "old and safe" and apparently, said that Princess Charlotte's mother should draw inspiration from Home Secretary Theresa May.
A report in Daily Mail has quoted White, who discovered Naomi Campbell, saying, "Kate's style is a bit old and safe. But I suppose she is pitching it right to fit her role as a senior Royal."
The model guru also claimed that the Duchess should be influenced by the home secretary's style, which boasts bold colours and prints. "I admire how Theresa May dresses. It's bold, modern and fun for a politician... playful yet stern," the website quoted White as saying.
According to Hello, Kate has been having trouble deciding her attire for her new role as the guest editor, even when her wardrobe is full of chic formal office wears. Now, going by what the mother-of-two has sported in the past, royal fans are wondering whether it would be the Burberry trench coat, military-inspired look with a silk blouse paired with a pencil skirt, a classic pleated dress coat, or a pair of skinny jeans clubbed with ruffled blouse and blazer.
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It looks like if not anyone else, Carole White definitely would be watching out on what Kate Middleton would wear for her next appearance as the guest editor.