Kate, Princess of Wales has donned pink outfits on many occasions this year, possibly giving the “Barbiecore” trend her royal seal of approval.
For instance, she stepped out at the V&A Museum in June wearing a pink dress from the brand Beulah London.
The “Ahana Blush Short Sleeve Dress” costs £720 and has the following description: “The Ahana Dress is an elegant choice for summer.
“It is crafted from blush-hued wool and shaped to a fit and flare silhouette with a short stand neckline, cropped sleeves and sweeping skirt that’s belted at the waist for a figure-defining fit. Note the charming button front offering a classic look.”
Another time the Princess wore all-pink was in May when she wore an Alexander McQueen trouser suit.
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The single-breasted wool blazer costs a whopping £1,590 on its own and the tailored trousers were worth a further £652.
Kate stepped out at the Chelsea Flower Show that same month and turned heads wearing a pink maxi dress from ME+EM.
The colour block silk shirt dress and belt originally cost £450, but it is currently retailing on their website for £315.
Kate is not the only royal who’s enjoyed wearing the colour pink recently. Princess Beatrice, 34, hopped on the Barbie bandwagon at King Charles’s Coronation in May.
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The Princess of York wore a £695 dress from Beulah London, known as the “Sienna Hot Pink Dress”.
It is still in stock and has the following description: “New for Spring/Summer 23. The Sienna in hot pink is a midi-length dress with short puff elasticated sleeves for easy adjustment and a high neckline.
“Fitted through the bodice and waist, this pink dress gives a super flattering shape, accentuated by the hardware belt.
“We love the a-line skirt giving a glamorous volume to this beautiful wool crepe style. We predict a bestseller status.”
In addition, Zara Tindall, 42, looked glamorous on Easter Sunday at Windsor Castle when she showed up wearing a £760 pink gown.
The “Payton Fit and Flare Dress” from Jane Atelier originally sold in just black or red, however, Zara clearly asked for a bespoke pink version of the dress to be made for the Easter Sunday service.
Priced at £760, its description read: “An elegant and chic fit-and-flare dress made from red wool crepe with striking asymmetric rouleau and button feature down the front and a slit at one side.
“Funnel collar and blouson sleeves which gather into buttoned cuffs. Cuff buttons are functional, all other buttons are for display only.”
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