Kate Middleton's hairdresser reveals the duchess' hair essentials for Sweden trip

Jan 31, 2018, 06:12
Kate Middleton's hairdresser reveals the duchess' hair essentials for Sweden trip

Following a jam-packed morning of sports and a luncheon with the Swedish royal family, Kate Middleton and Prince William are rounding out the first day of their royal tour in Sweden with a black-tie dinner at the residence of the British ambassador.

We'd love to blame Kate Middleton's enviably luscious locks on the hormones from her third pregnancy, but the truth is that the Duchess of Cambridge has always had gorgeous hair.

His little sister Charlotte meanwhile appears to be particularly taken with balloons, making a beeline for them on her first official engagement during a royal visit to Canada in 2016.

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'Think that's everything! #worktrip #packing, ' she captioned the post showcasing various products and tools spread out on a wooden table. But we'd also be lying if we said we weren't thinking of investing in some of those products, like the Elnett hairspray, the Kiehl's Crème with Silk Groom, or the Charles Worthington: Volume & Bounce Body Booster Mousse. The most expensive item in the hair haul is the Diva Professional Styling Intelligent Digital Aran Tong which is infused with argan oil and creates Middleton's trademark loose curls.

Princess Diana also disliked the media mayhem that surrounded the labor of son Prince William.

Prince William and Kate Middleton is now spendin four days visiting both Sweden and Norway this week, basing themselves in Stockholm and Oslo.

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According to the British newspaper Sunday Express, the idea came to Kate - who is now pregnant with her third child - after her hairstylist, Joey Wheeler, suggested that she shorten her style.

Ms Creese said that normally people send their hair donation with a slip which contains their name and email address, which the charity then responds to with a certificate. The Duchess of Cambridge, who is known for her luscious long hair, has come up with a very personal way to support a child cancer charity. "They just thought it was from a female donor in the Kensington area".

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