Kate Middleton Wore a Jenny Packham Dress in Honor of Princess Diana
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Kate Middleton and Prince William (Getty Images)
According to a report in Grazia, the Duchess commissioned Jenny Packham (who's showing at New York Fashion Week today) to specially create the floral frock in memory of Princess Diana.
The Asian-influenced floral print symbolizes an elaborate orchid display (see below) at the Singapore Botanical Gardens, which was created for the late Princess of Wales right before her death.
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Sorry, we probably should have warned you to keep tissues nearby.
The royal couple visited the gardens today—with a beautiful bouquet in tow—as part of their 11-day Diamond Jubilee Tour in Asia.
Check out more photos of the Duchess' honorable Jenny Packham design below:
Just another reason we here at StyleBistro HQ are obsessed with Kate Middleton. What do you think of her dress—and more importantly—her tribute to her late mother-in-law? Share your thoughts in the comments below!
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