Kate, Princess of Wales wore a beautiful collection of clothes across the Coronation weekend, and interestingly they were all in shades of red, white and blue.
Body language expert Darren Stanton spoke about the feelings associated with wearing these regal colours and how the tones of Kate’s clothes were a lot brighter than usual.
Speaking on behalf of Betfair Bingo, Darren said: “Kate is dressed in her superhero colours red or blue.
“These colours denote confidence and power, which is quite significant as usually with major events such as these Kate chooses softer colours to take more of a backseat role and shy away from the spotlight to let others shine.”
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According to Color Meanings, red is the “colour of passion and energy” and it “draws attention like no other colour”. It also “radiates a strong and powerful energy”.
Blue, on the other hand, is the “colour of trust and loyalty” and “has a calming and relaxing effect on our psyche”. It is said to “give us peace and make us feel confident and secure”.
As for white, the is the “colour of purity and innocence”. Experts say it is a “true balance of all colours” and is “associated with simplicity and perfection”.
In the days running up to the Coronation, Kate stepped out in a bright red Eponine London coat and white Suzannah London dress.
The next day, she attended a lunch at Buckingham Palace and wore a bespoke white Jenny Packham dress.
That evening, she changed into a Mrs Self Portrait crystal-embellished wrap dress in a cobalt blue.
For Coronation Day itself, underneath her official blue robes and red Mantle, the Princess wore a bespoke white Alexander McQueen gown.
Express.co.uk recently revealed the new details that were spotted on Kate’s coronation dress.