They designed the red Sarai evening gown worn by Kate for her first 100 Women in Hedge Funds charity dinner in 2011 and she has numerous Beulah creations in her wardrobe.
Kate wore Beulah’s red Sarai evening gown (left) during a tour of Bhutan in 2016.
Since then she has chosen one of its boho numbers for a tour of India – but you’re unlikely to spot her in the store now. Since Kate joined The Firm, she has travelled around the world promoting British fashion.
But Kate appears to have shied away from Issa since Camilla Al Fayed, daughter of Mohamed Al Fayed, took over the brand in 2011. Kate worked for a year at Jigsaw’s head office as an assistant accessories buyer from 2006.
Owners John and Belle Robinson were later to lend William and Kate their Mustique villa for holidays. Kate owns more than a dozen sets of earrings from the Sloane Street jeweller, including a pair of green amethyst, yellow gold and diamond oval drops, believed to have been a Christmas present from William in 2011. Her wardrobe is cluttered with its dresses, coats and jackets – not to mention her ubiquitous nude Sledge heels and Natalie bag.
So, in a nod to the local countryside, she chose a milliner inspired by Britain’s ‘natural beauty and abundant wildlife’.
Vivien Sheriff, based in rural Wiltshire, designed the bespoke headpiece, made from silk velvet with vintage buttons and a cameo brooch. Another British label that reaped rewards after the Royal engagement.