Revealed: 3 Reasons Why Kate Middleton Could Never Wear Black To The 2018 BAFTA Awards 

It is no gainsaying that Kate Middleton’s dress to yesterday’s Bafta awards caused quite a stir and outrage from some Hollywood stars and on social media.Not because it was low-cut, not because it was see-through, but because of its colour. The dress code for the female attendees at the Bafta awards on Sunday night was black. It was a political statement, with those wearing black signifying that they stand in support of the Time’s Up – a movement against sexual harassment founded by Hollywood actors and actresses. And anyone who didn’t wear black was destined to be cast aside as a non-supporter.Kate was one of the guests who opted out of a black red carpet outfit, and she was immediately accused of not supporting the movement. Instead, the Duchess opted for a gorgeously flattering bottle green Jenny Packham dress what tucked her bump away neatly. But those who know the royals will know that Kate was most likely never going to wear black. Why?Firstly, Black is seen as a colour of mourning. Secondly, it is discouraged for female royals to wear black dresses. And lastly, the royals are also forbidden from making political statements, instead holding a court of neutrality to avoid violating royal protocol. On The Monarchy’s website it states: ‘As head of state, the Queen has to remain strictly neutral with respect to political matters.’Photo Credit: Getty

 

 

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