Kate Middleton debuted a new haircut for the Christmas Holidays. Did Queen Elizabeth demand a conservative hair style for the Duchess of Cambridge? Photos of Princess Kate at 23rd ICAP annual Charity Day reveal the Duchess has cut her hair, transforming her lengthy bouncy locks into a more conservative and sleek, long bob.
It appears Kate has ditched her longer locks for a more polished look. The Duchess of Cambridge first sent royal fans into a frenzy when she returned from her 4 month long maternity leave sporting bangs. Perhaps the fringe was an attempt at a more youthful look, but Queen Elizabeth is not a fan of shaggy look Kate Middleton was sporting.
The Queen hasn’t been a fan of Kate’s style since she first secured a spot on Prince William’s arm. The matriarch wasn’t shy in telling the Duchess her look was too sexy. Queen Elizabeth ordered the hemlines of Kate’s dresses to be lowered. Short skirts were banished from Kate’s wardrobe and the Queen employed some of her most trusted staff members to assist Kate in dressing more like a royal and less like a harlot.
Every detail of Kate Middleton’s look is under control of the Queen, but Kate isn’t shy is fighting back. You can bet the sheer, backless dress the Duchess of Cambridge wore to the premiere of ‘Spectre’ was NOT approved by Queen Elizabeth or her staff.
Kate also sent a message to royals trying to pull another Princess Diana that she will not be backing down when she wore her mother’s earrings to the event. Carole Middleton is slowly reemerging back into Kate Middleton’s life after being shut out of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s life after her royal revolution went a little too far.
Kate’s new haircut is a more polished version of the bouncy blowout the Duchess typically favors. Did the Duchess bend to Queen Elizabeth’s demands for a new conservative hair style and get a new haircut in time for the Christmas holidays? Let us know what you think in the comment section below and make sure you check out all the latest news on Kate Middleton and the royals on CDL.