The Duchess of Cambridge appears to have completely mixed up her look, opting for plunging necklines, boho bardot dresses and higher heels.
Kate Middleton surprised everyone after cutting her hair into a ‘kob’ and choosing a floral black and white dress for Wimbledon.
Princess Charlotte – who has melted hearts with her trademark style – and Prince George’s mum has had a total image overhaul, even opting for a daring pastel pink dress with a plunging neckline for a State Banquet at Buckingham Palace with the King and Queen of Spain.
Prince William and Kate have also blown everyone away with their style choices during the royal tour of Poland and Germany.
The 36 year old’s transformation is leaving some royal fans convinced she’s been hiding the fact she has a new stylist.
Kate has worked with Natasha Archer since 2014, so we think it’s unlikely anything has changed.
However the pair have definitely decided to mix things up.
Here’s Kate’s new rebellious looks…
Red bardot dress
Kate shocked everyone when she stepped out in an off-the-shoulder dress.
While some hated the relaxed look, pointing out that Kate looked like she was dressed for a holiday, others loved it.
Commenting, one fan wrote: “So fun seeing her return to some more artsy-hippie pieces. She’s always liked those, but steered away from them for a while. They suit her.”
Exact match: Alexander McQueen off-the-shoulder shirred cotton and silk-blend crinkled-chiffon maxi dress, £1,453, Net-A-Porter.
Wild Sparrow Dress
Kate opted for an unusual and brave pattern in a sleeveless dress which featured wild sparrows.
The green and grey colours in the dress were totally different for Kate.
Not long after she wore it, the designer took to Facebook to reveal it had completely sold out.
Exact match: Wild Sparrow Dress, Markus Lupfer
Polish designed dress
Kate wore a very unusual dress royal fans dubbed “extraordinary” by polish designer, Gosia Baczyńska.
The number was white with black thistles and odd jagged edges.
Commenting, one fan wrote: “I love that she tried something new and I love the design aspect of the bottom of the dress but the top is too Madonna circa 1980 for me with the pointed boob area.”
Another added: “Love the edgier look. Love the white and black. Love the cut and line of this dress except for, as others have noted, the bust darts – but that’s ok, the overall look was gorgeous.”