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Most Controversial Fashion Choices Made By the Royal Family

Prominent members of the British royal family have become pillars for fashion trends, especially the younger generation.But with a set royal dress code they are supposed to follow, its no surprise they get it wrong sometimes and raise eyebrows in the process.
From Kate Middletons fly-away skirt to Prince Harrys bad costume choice, heres a look at 15 of the most controversial fashion choices
Next: Last but not least 15. Kates repeat ensemblePrince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge arrive at Los Angeles | Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)Constantly having eyes on what youre wearing means sporting a new ensemble every time you step in front of the camera.
But Duchess Catherine has bucked that trend by sporting the same lilac Roksanda dress on multiple occasions. Not only does the dress look great on her, but it shows that even royal have favorite pieces they like to wear on repeat regardless of what the royal fashion rules are.
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The Duchess of Cornwall attends London Fashion Week

The Duchess of Cornwall today attended London Fashion Week to present the London Queen Elizabeth II Award for Design on behalf of Her Majesty.

Her Royal Highness presented designer Bethany Williams with QEII Award for British Design.For her latest collection, Williams made clothes from newspaper waste and recycled denim, and worked with Adelaide House, a women’s shelter in Liverpool.Williams keeps sustainability and social change at the heart of her business ethos – all of the garments used are 100% sustainable and a portion of the proceeds is returned to charity partners.The QEII Award for British Design was initiated in recognition of the role the fashion industry plays in society and diplomacy. The inaugural award was announced and presented to Richard Quinn in February 2018, when The Queen made a surprise visit to London Fashion Week.

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