We have all seen Kate Middleton’s impeccable style, but the truth is that she relies on a stylist to maintain her royal appearance. This stylist has been requested by the Queen herself, in 2018.
Natasha Archer’s Info
Archer was born in 1988. She became Middleton’s unofficial fashion guru, and Middleton calls her Tash. Queen Elizabeth II fancied Archer’s style sense, so she implore her to be Middleton’s stylist.
Kate’s Finest Fashion Moments, Styled By Archer
Last November, Kate Middleton wore Emilia Wickstead pleated dress with long sleeves, which took us breathless. And she did the same earlier that month, with the emerald green Catherine Walker coat and a black velvet headband, she wore to the Centenary of the Armistice at Westminster Abbey. Both outfits were chosen by Natasha Archer.
Month before, Kate wore pale purple, long sleeve Emilia Wickstead dress to the inaugural Global Ministerial Mental Health Summit.
Acrher also hand-picked a baby blue Jenny Packham gown, the Duchess wore in November 2017, which hid her baby bump.
Who Is Middleton’s Favorite Designer?
The rumor has it that the Duchess’ favorite designer is Jenny Packham since her dresses were commonly seen on Duchess. In 2018, on the red carpet, it was a dark green empire waist gown, while on Easter Sunday, same year, it was a chocolate brown coat, both Packham’s design.
Tash And Kate Will Collaborate For A Long Time For Sure
At the beginning of 2019, Archer was named a Member of the Royal Victorian Order, which is usually received once you become former member of the royal stuff, so the rumors about Archer no longer being Duchess’ stylist started circulating. Rumors stopped with the Kensington Palace’s announcement that Archer was on maternity leave. After spending a year with her newborn son, Theo, Archer plans on returning to her job as Duchess’ stylist. Fans of the Crown are looking forward to that return.