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How the rose power suit has become a staple of royal wardrobe:

The Duchess of Cambridge has traded tips on style with fellow European royals. After stepping out in their new go-to look-a pink panty suit.

Kate joined Queen Letizia of Spain, 47, Queen Mathilde of Belgium, 47, and Crown Princess Victoria, 42. As she stepped out on Thursday in a blush blazer and matching Marks & Spencer trousers. To visit NHS staff at the call center in Croydon, south-west London.

Now a stylist has revealed how, during the coronavirus outbreak, the Duchess may embrace pink, send a message of hope. ‘ 

Susie Hasler explained how Kate may have opted for the look to avoid being ‘ too formal ‘ and adding to her appearance a ‘ femininity. ‘

When it comes to timeless fashion no item is more reliable and endlessly elegant than a suit! 

The Duchess of Cambridge definitely seems to agree, as she was spotted in London earlier this week wearing nothing but a two-piece rose-hued drum roll, please! –Marks Spencer and. Oh, even the Royals are a little fond of M&S.

Kate’s outfit features a double-breasted wool-blend blazer and a pair of matching slim-leg trousers. To sum up, the look costs just £ 158. A small price to pay for style approved by the Duchess, we think you will agree! 

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Susie said it was’ lovely’ to see royals step out over the past few months in different shades of color.

She revealed:’ How wonderful to see more royals embrace such lovely, natural color. It’s a very cool spring feel.

The stylist went on to explain: ‘ It may be that in these bleak days, the royals embrace pink more as a way to brighten the mood, sending a message of optimism at a time when we desperately need it. ‘ She explained how Kate had selected the ideal ‘ spring-time ‘ tone and looked especially chic in her Marks & Spencers outfit.

He said: ‘ In this darker shade, the Duchess of Cambridge is stunning. 

‘ Her fitted suit has a rugged style with straight lines and corners-she also has a seam running down the front so plenty of angles are there. 

‘ If the dress were also in a darker coloring, it would have been too much. That would have seemed too formal. The coloring adds to the femininity.

A softness that complements so well with her skin tone too-our future queen looks beautiful, ‘ she said.

Commenting on the look embraced by the European royals, Susie said: ‘ Letizia, Kate, and Victoria all have really dark colors-ideal for this shading. ‘ Kate opted for the look as she joined Prince William, 37, on Thursday in London to visit the frontline coronavirus health staff.

They met the staff at a London NHS 111 call center-and explored the possibility of video conferencing for potential royal visits in light of current social distancing laws. 

Meanwhile, earlier this month Queen Letizia cut a glamorous figure in a satin-pink suit while attending a Madrid conference.

The Spanish Royal wore a stylish outfit. As she visited workers from the charity APRAMP that supports Spain’s sex workers. 

Meanwhile, Sweden’s Crown Princess Victoria looked effortlessly elegant in a chic blush pink blazer. As she visited a Stockholm non-profit LGBTQ organization in January.

A few months earlier in September 2019, she wore the blazer with matching trousers. When she visited staff at Karolinska University Hospital, Sweden. 

That same month, Queen Mathilde of Belgium looked chic in a pink suit, having taken her son to meet his new teacher on the first day of her term.