Duchess Kate of Cambridge, whose pictures of her adorable royal children are shared around the world, stepped up as a new patron of London’s famed Victoria and Albert Museum to open a photography center Wednesday, looking like a photographer’s dream as usual.
It was her second solo engagement since her maternity leave ended this month, after the birth of Prince Louis in April.
But it was her first patron visit to the V&A (as it is called) to open the museum’s new Photography Center, which made its debut with “Collecting Photography: From Daguerreotype to Digital,” an exhibit that explores photography from its invention in the 19th century to the present day.
She looked tall in an Erdem maxi dress with a houndstooth pattern, a plum belt and a flirty hemline, topped with an asymmetrical neckline festooned with a cluster of flower brooches. Her plum velvet stilettos made her look even taller.
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