A fuchsia Seraphine dress was the breakout star of the royal baby pictures released online Tuesday. The royal family portrait had just a bit of that fuchsia Seraphine dress showing, but enough to make it sell out in hours. Kate Middleton took the backseat for just a short time when the first royal baby pictures were posted online, but that didn't last long. At first everyone scrambled to see Prince George, but it was later in the day when a twist in the headlines put Kate back in the spotlight, according to what is seen in the headlines from The Inquisitr on Aug. 21.
Apparently a picture is worth a thousand words and Kate's choice of wearing that fuchsia Seraphine $79 maternity dress in the pictures spoke volumes to the masses. If it is at all possible to see Kate any more loved by the masses, that would have happened yesterday with what she donned for the first family portrait. It was because of what her choice of attire said about her.
The dress said to many that Kate was unlike other celebrities who have a need to get a bikini body back asap. Kate wearing that maternity dress put her in the category with millions of other new moms who find it necessary to continue to wear maternity clothes for another two months after the baby is born, according to Yahoo Shine today.
Kate looked wonderful and while she had Prince George in her arms, who was shielded most of her belly from the camera, you could tell she was fit as a fiddle. Instead of posting an image of herself standing with figure forming clothes strapping in her belly, she did what most normal new moms do until their belly's go back to normal and that is wear comfy clothes.
The pictures released yesterday were not formal and stiff portraits coming out of the palace, which has been the tradition until Kate entered the royal family. Kate and William opted to release two pictures to the public taken by Michael Middleton, Kate's dad. This also made it a family affair for Kate's side of the family, having dad snap the first baby pictures to release to the media.
Getting back to Kate's maternity dress, that fuchsia Seraphine dress sold out within hours of the pictures going online. The price of the dress spoke volumes about Kate not needing thousands of dollars worth of labels to look good. She not only dressed like the normal mother who had just given birth, but she also shopped like one too when it came to the dollar amount not reflecting clothes only royalty can afford.
Those two small pictures released online yesterday say a lot about the future queen and the public loved it. Kate and William continue to do things their way and it is a way that the majority of folks can relate to. Who would of thought that the first royal baby picture would take such a twist in the headlines and become a tribute to Kate Middleton's tendency to be normal?