Kate is queen of style again


Kate's Wimbledon dress proved a winner
(photo Wimbledon TV still)

She's having a good July. The Duchess of Cambridge has topped the Royal Wardrobe poll for the third week in a row with the print dress that she wore to the Wimbledon men's singles final. It might not have been as clear cut a victory as previous weeks, but it's a big vote of confidence in Kate's style.




The dress, by Alexander McQueen, is a pretty, eye catching print with cap sleeves, fitted waist and loose skirt. That doesn't do it justice - it's summery and stylish all at the same time with an added dose of elegance thrown in for good measure.



A very close second was Princess Charlene of Monaco's shimmering stunner of a white column dress worn to launch the Seven Seas Explorer.



Queen Letizia wowed in white in the same week but her day dress wasn't nearly as popular, finishing third in the poll.



Bringing up the rear was Crown Princess Mary of Denmark in a very relaxed print dress worn for the royal photocall at the start of the summer holidays. So a clear win for Kate, making it a hat trick for the duchess. Her Royal Wardrobe goes from strength to strength.

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