How did Kate Middleton ruin her Trooping The Colour 2024 outfit?

The British public showed their resilient spirit despite London’s gloomy weather on July 15, turning out in cagoules and clutching umbrellas to celebrate Trooping the Colour 2024, one of King Charles III’s annual birthdays. Among the cheers echoing through the streets, the loudest were reserved for Catherine, Princess of Wales, who made her first public appearance since revealing her cancer diagnosis and treatment.

Kate appeared resplendent in a Cinderella-style gold and glass carriage alongside Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. Her outfit, a stunning white dress by Jenny Packham with black trim, was impeccably accessorized with floral-shaped pearl earrings, classic white heels, and a simple black clutch. However, it was the oversized curling bow on her right shoulder that stole unintended attention, overshadowing an otherwise flawless ensemble.


Royalists breathed a collective sigh of relief at seeing both King Charles III and Catherine together again in public. Despite Charles’ ongoing cancer treatment and medical advice against large public gatherings, he was determined to attend. “There are a number of key events His Majesty would love to attend coming up in the diary, and this is at the top of the list,” a source revealed. His compromise to travel by carriage with Queen Camilla, rather than on horseback, underscored the careful balance between royal duty and health.

Despite her visibly frail appearance at times, Kate remained poised throughout the event. Her recent health update acknowledged the ups and downs of chemotherapy, emphasizing both her resilience and determination to make the most of better days. On the balcony for the customary royal wave and RAF Red Arrows flypast, Kate stood between William and Charles, sharing moments of laughter and conversation with the King, highlighting their close relationship.

Amid the festivities, it was Prince Louis who stole the show with his playful antics, outshining his older brother George’s usual spotlight. Princess Charlotte, adorable in her own right, mirrored her mother’s elegant style without the distracting giant bow. As the Red Arrows painted the sky with red, white, and blue contrails above Buckingham Palace, marking the ceremony’s conclusion, Kate likely welcomed the chance to retreat into private life, shed her heels, and unwind with a well-deserved cup of tea.