The world of royalty is quite different from the world of us world citizens, even in fashion, which is why there is one golden rule of fashion the Duchess of Cambridge cannot break, and we know it...
Anyone who puts on an item of clothing is expected to display the full force of their garb, whether known to the subject in question or not, for public appraisal and remark (such is the demanding world we live in).
Well, not for the Duchess of Cambridge. For all her custom-made designer collections, and envious outfits, Kate Middleton is not allowed one of the basic rights of fashion; to display the full force of her outfits.
When the Duchess wears a coat over any dress (what happens often) then you can be certain you'd not get to admire all the dress has to offer.
Any reason why? Yes, one simple royal reason; it is "unladylike". The eye-popping rule was proven further during the Duke's and Duchess' recent visit to Norway, during a meeting with the royal couple. Everyone looked very indoor-worthy, except for the Duchess who still had her coat on.
The royal rule, no taking of coats off in the
presence of other people, or cameras, and it applies erga omnes to members of
the royal family.
Based on materials: aol.com