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Find Your Graceful Mother Look Together with Kate Middleton

The beautiful looks that pop singers and actresses want to show in front of people are usually about being sexy. What if that’s not the style that suits you well? The problem can be solved easily when people see Kate Middleton. Being elegant in such a perfect way, the duchess is bringing a new fashion to all of us. She was, is and will be in the future.
All people were amazed when the beautiful mother showed her and her baby in front of the world. The blue polka-dot dress helps her to win the most gorgeous mother of the year. But if you have ever seen the pic of Princess Diana after she gave birth to Prince William, you may wonder dose the inspiration of Kate’s amazing dress come from her husband’s mother?
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Here, we show you the two pics together to help you to find more details.
Besides the same happy smile on their faces, it is easy to find out that both of the new mothers are wearing polka-dot dresses.
It may be possible that Kate’s dress designer found inspiration from Princess Diana’s green polka-dot dress. But we still believe that, for Kate, to decide to wear the dress that day is the best way to make a tribute to Princess Diana. It is the same place where her husband’s mother gave birth to the baby three decades ago.
Any good news to new mothers? Yes! Get yourself a polka-dot dress right now and you will find your elegant mother look immediately.
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  1. Awesome comparison! Funny how the extremely proud and incredibly happy daddy has the same awesome cheeriness as his mother did! What a happy little family.

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