The Duchess wore Alessandra Rich for tonight’s departure from Lynden Pindling International Airport in Nassau.
There was a ceremony before the royals headed back home.
A brief video of the airport scene as the national anthem is played.
The national anthem being played at the Lynden Pindling International Airport before the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge board their plane to leave New Providence which completes their Caribbean tour as part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. pic.twitter.com/BJvx8NlkQZ
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The royal entourage arrived at the airport around 9:15 EDT.
The couple thanked officials and dignitaries for their hospitality.
Rebecca English of The Daily Mail shared a video with the final portion of tonight’s ceremony.
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The Duke and Duchess as they are about to board the plane.
A quick video from Victoria Ward of The Telegraph.
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They will arrive home on Mother’s Day in the UK.
A wave goodbye.
Now for a look at what Kate wore, beginning with her Belted Floral Silk Jacquard Peplum Dress by Alessandra Rich, a designer she has worn several times.
The button-front design is described this way at Net-a-Porter: “…the silk-jacquard is finely woven with polka-dots and printed with delicate roses in tonal-yellow hues. It has an ’80s-inspired silhouette with a bow-detailed ruffled collar, puffed sleeves, and a pleated peplum at the waist. The crystal-embellished buckle and faux pearl buttons are a nod to the decade’s glamorous excess.”
A closer look.
I think the Duchess accessorized with the Ferragamo bag she carried in Jamaica.
Her pumps look like they could be the Gianvito Rossi 105 in white ($725).
Thank you to Middleton Maven for her ID of the dress and the heels!
The Duchess’s earrings look like the Patrick Mavros Ocean Tide Milky Quartz ($4800), first worn in May 2020.
A couple of shopping notes.
- The Maya earrings (75) by Nadia Irena are available for ordering from what I see on the jeweler’s site. (I have not heard back from her yet, but I was able to add a pair to a shopping cart.)
I’ll see you next Tuesday for Prince Philip’s memorial service. Later in the week, I should be able to work on some tour retrospective posts and polls.
Here is one more photo from the airport.