Kate Middleton Wears a Super Sheer 'Illusion' Dress to Welcome Guests at Kensington Palace
The Duchess of Cambridge is tackling her royal duties with sheer delight.
Kate Middleton, along with husband Prince William, met with young natives from India and Bhutan at Kensington Palace this past Wednesday. According to The Telegraph, the couple wanted to learn more about the two countries, which they’ll be touring on Sunday after kicking off their trip in Mumbai.
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While the 34-year-old mother of two could have easily recycle one of her many ensembles, as she’s famously done, she opted wear a very unique outfit.
The Mirror reports that Middleton rocked a royal blue "Mary Illusion Dot Dress" by Indian designer Saloni, which pays "tribute to her upcoming host country." And true to the name, the super sheer gown seems to give the illusion that Middleton is topless … or is she? (Heavens, what would the queen think?!)
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Sorry folks, but while the dress is meant to be see-through and dangerously low-cut, chances are Middleton wore a "modesty panel or lining" on top, just as WhatKateWore.com suggests.
And in case you’re wondering, Middleton's dress was available online for $595, but as with everything the Duchess wears, it seems like it's no longer available.
See Middleton’s latest look below: