Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Four dresses for £225: Is this Kate's High Street honeymoon wardrobe?

By Daily Mail Reporter

Creative: What Kate would look like in the £65 tropical bird print dress she bought at Warehouse

She may be able to afford haute couture, but yesterday Kate Middleton showed that she is just as happy in the High Street.

The Royal bride-to-be popped into the middle-market Warehouse shop on King’s Road, Chelsea, and spent a distinctly thrifty £225 on four summer fashion items.

She arrived with a bodyguard at 4.30pm yesterday and spent around 20 minutes in the shop. Shop staff said Kate’s outfits were a size 8. ‘She was really nice and friendly,’ said one assistant.

Eager to cash in, Warehouse’s PR team had put out a press release within an hour detailing her purchases and saying: ‘Kate Middleton has just popped into our King’s Road store and has picked up some amazing summer pieces!’

Her choices may indicate that she and Prince William are going somewhere hot for their honeymoon.

Royal aides have refused to reveal the couple’s destination, though they have confirmed that the couple will be leaving the day after their wedding and that William has taken two weeks' leave from the RAF.

Suggestions have ranged from the Caribbean to Africa and the Middle East.

It was confirmed yesterday that the newlyweds would spend their first night as a married couple at Buckingham Palace.

Warehouse targets fashion-led women aged 18-30. The firm describes its ideal customer as being ‘body confident and independent’ and says: ‘Warehouse is about attitude not age.’


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