British Royal Family

Duchess of Cambridge's 'kob' steals the show while visiting the Natural History Museum

The Duchess of Cambridge stole the show with her new hair style and chic summer ensemble.

By Holly Royce
Hairdressers should expect a flurry of appointment bookings this morning after the Duchess of Cambridge debuted her 'kob' while unveiling a new attraction at the Natural History Museum in London.
The 'kob', as it has already been dubbed, is said to be six inches shorter than her previous looks and was the perfect chic accompaniment to her powder blue Preen dress, the first time the royal has been spotted in the number.
Kate's glow was the perfect accessory, and she chose to forgo any jewellery every or a tiara for the Museum's Gala event.
The Duchess attended with Natural History Museum in London alongside renowned naturalist Sir David Attenborough, to celebrate the unveiling of its new blue whale skeleton.
It's an exciting edition to the acclaimed Natural History Museum, and the 25-metre long skeleton can now be seen hanging from the ceiling in the Hintze Hall.
Yesterday, Duchess Catherine floated into Buckingham Palace like a bejeweled goddess as she attended Queen Elizabeth's state banquet.
The exquisite dinner, which was held in honour of King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain.
The black-tie affair, which took place in the palace ballroom on Wednesday evening, saw a huge 170 guest turn out including royal family favourites Prince Philip, Prince William, Prince Harry, Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla.