How Kate Middleton Looks Thinner in Public

Kate Middleton has tricks up her sleeve.

The 41-year-old Princess of Wales uses a nifty trick to make her waist look slim Stylist Miranda Holdenwho said the queen uses “butt pads” to make her midsection appear smaller.

The fashion expert uploaded a YouTube video She recently explained how Middleton pulls the trick, even using it at her wedding to husband Prince William in 2011.

Holden gave that away Sarah Burton from Alexander McQueen who designed Her wedding dress “is no stranger to making women’s figures look even more incredible than they already are.”

“Let’s face it, Kate doesn’t actually need any help,” gushed Holden.

“However, Sarah really understands the importance of proportion and balance in any outfit to best show off the beautiful figure it’s wearing,” she added of the designer’s creative process.

The royal expert continued: “That’s why Sarah added extra padding to the hips and seat which made Kate’s tiny waist appear even smaller in this stunning dress.”

The Wedding of Prince William to Catherine Middleton - Balcony of Buckingham Palace
Middleton’s wedding dress was made by Sarah Burton of luxury label Alexander McQueen.
Getty Images

She pointed out that Middleton was able to add volume to her dress because “it was all about adding volume to certain areas to make other areas of the body look smaller.”

Middleton’s white dress, which she wore on her special day all those years ago, is estimated to have cost over $300,000. The dress was made of satin and lace and the bodice was decorated with floral motifs.

Burton told that Daily Mail Back in 2011, I realized that the inspiration for the garment came from both the past and the present.

The Duchess of Cambridge uses a little trick to slim her waist – butt pads!
Getty Images

She revealed: “We wanted to look to the past, but also to the future. There were many indications of this Victorian corset, the padded hips, the tiny waist, and also to the Arts and Crafts movement with all the handwork at the top of the dress and also the hustle and bustle inside to create the shape of the back of the dress.”

Middleton has established herself as a fashion icon in the royal family, even taking cues from the late Queen Elizabeth herself.

She’s stuck to the monarch’s “number one fashion rule” on her recent outings, sporting colour-blocked outfits.

Accordingly The mirrorthe Queen often dressed like this to attract attention and does not like to wear colors like beige in public.

Caroline Bleakley

Caroline Bleakley is a USTimeToday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Caroline Bleakley joined USTimeToday in 2022 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with Caroline Bleakley by emailing

Related Articles

Back to top button