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Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Heading home: Kate swaps grass skirt for practical jeans after dress is caught by wind in Australia

By CHRIS PARSONS and MARTIN ROBINSON

Whoops: The Duchess nearly had a weather-based wardrobe malfunction when gusts at Brisbane Airport billowed around her dress

She's donned a number of handmade, flowery outfits during her tour of the South Pacific with Prince William.
And after more than a week on tour in front of the worlds' cameras, the Duchess of Cambridge headed home with her husband today having not suffered a single wardrobe malfunction.
However, she was almost left red-faced at Brisbane Airport when a gust of wind threatened to play havoc with her summery dress.

Stop-off: The Duke and Duchess made a brief stop at Brisbane Airport today on their way back to England

Disembarking: The Duchess walked daintily down the steps of the private jet as the Royal couple landed in Australia

Kate and William had stopped over at the Australian airport for a brief two-hour stay, before catching a connection flight to England.
After disembarking their private jet from Tuvalu to Brisbane, the Duchess had to grab the bottom of her dress to prevent it being blown up by a gust of wind.
Following the near embarrassment, Kate opted for a change of outfit, as she was spotted wearing jeans and a white top as she made her way through the airport with William later on.

Smiling: The Royal couple wave to cheering and probably surprised people as they walk through the airport

The couple caught a commercial flight back to England with their entourage soon after.
Many Australians were hugely excited that the Duchess set foot in their country for the first time but unfortunately there was no formal appearance.
The couple waited in a VIP terminal while their luggage was transferred to the scheduled flight for the long journey back to England.

Brief stay: A crowd of hundreds greeted William and Kate, who had changed, despite them only being in Australia for a matter of hours

It came the day after the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge won a landmark legal case blocking further publication of topless photographs of Kate.
Judges banned French magazine Closer from selling or republishing the pictures and said its decision to use them had been a ‘brutal’ invasion of the couple’s privacy.
However, the injunction was branded a ‘hollow victory’ because more than 500,000 copies of the magazine have already been sold, about 100,000 more then normal.

source: dailymail



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