The Duchess Of Cambridge Looked Impeccable In Chanel And McQueen In Paris

Elias Hubbard
April 1, 2017

Later, Kate and William even got in on some rugby fun, passing a football around to young athletes ahead of the RSB Six Nations match between France and Wales at the Stade de France.

During the meeting on Friday afternoon with President Francois Hollande at the Elysee Palace, Kate Middleton wore a attractive long coat of green, by Catherine Walker and co.

He was followed by Kate who was laughing as she took a pass and then threw the ball to one of the children before catching another ball and moving it on. Prince William solo traveled to Germany last summer for events honoring the role of British armed forces based in the country.

The Duchess of Cambridge wore a multi-colour, 3/4-bell sleeve tweed fit and flare belted Chanel blazer dress, paired with black pumps, for most of the day. William opted for classic black suit, while Kate wore a silver, floor-length gown.

Prince William and his wife, Kate, will make a two-day trip to Paris in April, almost 20 years after the prince's mother, Princess Diana, died in a vehicle crash there.

During William and Kate's visit to Les Invalides - Paris' historic military hospital - the couple chatted to the 25-year-old survivor, known only as Jessica, who was shot in the leg, hip and back as she dined with friends at La Belle Equipe restaurant.

He was 15 and his brother Prince Harry was 12 when Princess Diana was killed in a auto crash in the city nearly 20 years ago.

During the parade Kate, wearing a dark green Catherine Walker coat, presented sprigs of shamrock to officers.

With the visit of Prince William and Kate Middleton in Paris, France, it appears that the couple is not having a problem with their relationship.

The two-day visit comes in the month that Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to trigger Article 50, beginning Brexit negotiations.

During the stop, the royal couple met with victims and fire responders from two tragic Parisian terrorist attacks - the November 2015 attacks in Paris that left 130 people dead and the 2016 attack in Nice on Bastille Day, which left 86 people dead. More than 230 people have been killed by Islamic radicals since January 2015.

"While his and Kate's visit is very much about boosting UK-French relations, it will also be a poignant one, coming in Diana's 20th anniversary year".

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