Kate Middleton Is Absolutely Glowing In An Orange Ensemble With Charlotte And George

It's not breaking news when Kate Middleton looks stunning. However, The Daily Mail reported on the third day of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations, the Duchess of Cambridge was glowing in a vibrant orange ensemble while visiting Cardiff. Kate may have chosen to wear orange for the visit because the color is described as "bright, happy, and joyful," according to Very Well Mind. The outlet says orange is "an energetic color" that invokes "feelings of enthusiasm and excitement." It sounds like a perfect color for a Platinum Jubilee event!

But Kate may have taken a fashion lesson from Queen Elizabeth II with her Cardiff look. People reported that Her Majesty likes to wear bright colors to official royal events to stand out in a crowd, making it easier for her subjects to spot her. The outlet noted in the 2016 documentary "The Queen At 90," the Countess of Wessex, who is the Queen's daughter-in-law, explained: "She needs to stand out for people to be able to say 'I saw the Queen.'" As always, the monarch tries to serve her people.

However, the reason Kate positively glowed during her Cardiff visit might have less to do with her outfit and more to do with Charlotte and George.

Kate Middleton looked stunning in Cardiff

Kate Middleton looked beautiful in an orange ensemble during the Cardiff visit with Prince William. According to Harper's Bazaar, the Duchess of Cambridge has previously worn the vibrant Eponine coat for royal duties. Along with the stunning orange ensemble, the mom of three wore her hair in a simple ponytail and gold earrings from Spells of Love, a Welsh company. Kate topped off her look with a tiny handbag from DeMellie. Perfection.

The reason Kate looked so beautiful in Cardiff could be because she was beaming with pride. After all, Princess Charlotte and Prince George came along on the royal visit. The adorable George, 8, and Charlotte, 7, visited Wales with their parents. According to The Daily Mail, the Cambridge family (minus Louis) talked to the people putting on the Platinum Jubilee Celebration Concert in Cardiff Castle. The outlet reported the concert features Welsh singer Bonnie Tyler, Mike Peters from The Alarm, and others. 

A source told The Mail: "Both Charlotte and George also appear to have had training in the art of the royal smile ... Both children seem to be trying their best though, even if their expressions do suggest some shyness behind the fledgling smiles." We are sure the young Cambridge kids have delighted everyone at the Platinum Jubilee celebrations with Kate and William to guide them.