Duchess of Cambridge gets queen's help to look more regal

Duchess of Cambridge gets queen's help to look more regal
Catherine, duchess of Cambridge, leaves the Christmas Day service at Sandringham. (Chris Jackson / Getty Images)

The duchess of Cambridge is getting help for an upcoming trip to Australia from Queen Elizabeth II's personal dresser, Angela Kelly. Elizabeth has tasked Kelly with helping the former Kate Middleton select regal pieces of jewelry from the queen's collection. It's part of "a deliberate move to shift the duchess' image from High Street to high end, timeless royal elegance," writes Katie Nicholl in the Daily Mail. In other words, the duchess is getting the queen's help to look more regal. [Mail]

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