It all started on Thursday, when Kate styled her rich, brunette locks in loose waves with a perfect middle part to host an elegant dinner at Kensington Palace for Olympic hopefuls. (Don’t even get us started on her stunning royal blue Roland Mouret gown!)
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Then on Friday, she swept her hair into an elegant undo for a thanksgiving service at grand St. Paul’s Cathedral in London.
She let her hair down again on Sunday with a relaxed half-updo. Her long locks gently blew in the breeze as she rode atop the Queen-mobile during the monarch’s outdoor birthday party.
Kate continued the chignon trend into Monday, when she pulled her glossy hair into a sophisticated low chignon.
The royal was a vision in cream on Tuesday when she attended a garden party alongside husband Prince William in Belfast. Her hair was styled in a braided low side bun, which was topped off with an eye-catching fascinator by Lock & Co.
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