Kate Middleton: Duchess of Cambridge’s ‘almost invisible’ hair hack
“She wore dots for ascot, dots for Wimbledon, and even dots for Prince Philip’s memorial service earlier this year,” the fashion expert pointed out.
The print is associated with the dance, the polka, and became popular in the mid-19th century.
Miranda said: “Polka dots portray fun, softness, and a sense of playfulness.
“By wearing the print Kate is showing that she is not taking herself too seriously.”