Kate Middleton wears 'world's angriest dress' as royal fan notices 'a face' in her $2,500 bright green Eponine frock
Aside from the 'face' comparisons, many people joked that Kate's dress material reminded them of a 'Muppets' character, Kermit the Frog
A hawk-eyed royal fan has got the internet buzzing after spotting 'a face' in the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton's $2,500 designer frock. The 37-year-old was seen wearing an Eponine dress while visiting the Lavender Primary School located in North London on Tuesday.
A royal fan caught one unfortunate crease in the dress and then started to compare the buttons on the dress to 'pocket eyes' on social media. Kate Middleton was clearly unaware of the wardrobe impression though fans quickly caught on. One fan shared a picture of Middleton and took to Twitter to share, "Someone wasn’t happy to be brought out of the wardrobe this morning... world’s angriest dress."
She wore the green color jumper dress along with a pair of L.K. Bennett boots estimated to cost £295, a pair of gold pave earrings from Kiki McDonough said to be worth a £1,833 and sported a Mulberry clutch. Unfortunately, the shape of the dress's pockets which had a black button in the middle was compared to "eyes" or an "angry face". In addition to this, the position of the crease gave the "face" a totally animated look.
In one of the pictures, Kate is seen holding her clutch by her hip which makes it look like her dress is snacking on the clutch. In another picture, the Duchess of Cambridge can be seen holding onto a bunch of flowers which looks like a nose for the animated face.
Some fans, meanwhile, commented that they truly loved her dress and one person tweeted, "It was definitely a happy-go-lucky vibe outfit for me that I guess suited today’s agenda. Nothing stuffy or too formal, vibrant color [sic] with fun eye detailing at the pockets and those boooootts…. Chic and bit dressed down that worked well for an engagement involving lots of kids." Another fan added, "Yes, lovely color [sic] and wonderful towards children."
Aside from the "face" comparisons, many people joked that Kate's dress material reminded them of a 'Muppets' character, Kermit the Frog. Other characters such as Evil Pea and Sesame Street character Oscar the Grouch were also compared to the dress. The Duchess was visiting the North London school as a patron for the charity 'Place2Be', a UK children's mental health charity which gives in-school support as well as expert training to try and improve the emotional wellbeing of students, families, teachers and also the school staff.