Kate Middleton's status as Prince William's wife has made her a fashion icon, with millions of people looking at her outfits during royal outings.
Following a recent deep dive into the royal archives, Harpers Bazaar made an interesting discovery about Kate's fashion choices.
The Duchess of Cambridge has worn many colours throughout her career, from her lavender Emilia Wickstead dress for a mental health summit in London to her blue Alexander McQueen gown a state dinner at Buckingham Palace.
However, in all her eight years as a member of the royal family, Kate has never worn the colour orange.
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While the publication noted that Kate has worn blood-red orange in the past, the colour is closer to red than orange.
A peach outfit in 2013 was the closest thing to orange that the British royal has worn, unlike the Queen who has worn bright orange before.
Her reasoning for avoiding the colour isn't clear, but Natasha Henson from British Style Society toldExpress:
"Kate’s style has changed dramatically over the years, however, it has become more refined with the type of duties she now has to perform as a royal.
"Kate appears to have understated confidence in her style choices and chooses pieces that represent her position as a positive role model.
"She also isn’t afraid to re-wear statement pieces with a recent Alexander McQueen favourite making another appearance at the recent opening of V&A Dundee."
The Duchess often selects famous labels such as L.K Bennett, but she also maintains a down to earth approach to dressing herself on royal outings - making it easy for royal fans to emulate her style.
"When sporting the latest collections, her public appearances have sparked buying frenzies with pieces selling out within hours.
"The best thing about Kate’s looks is that they are often accessible to all. Whether you shop designer or high street, the Duchess shows us how easy refined style can be achieved whatever your budget," said Henson.
Kate Middleton has never worn orange on a royal outing.