July 1, 2022

Here’s where to get the beautiful suit worn by Alizée Thevenet, Kate Middleton’s sister-in-law!

James Middleton and Alizée Thevenet got married last September. Kate Middleton’s little brother had been dating the Frenchwoman since 2018 and it was in the south of France that the couple chose to unite and more precisely in the Var village of Bormes-les-Mimosas. We discovered the photos of the bride and groom in the Hello magazine of September 27, 2021 and we could, in particular, see the lovers all smiles on board a white Citroën 2 CV. For the occasion, Alizée Thevenet had chosen to wear a dress rich in meaning since she had borrowed it from her mother-in-law Carole Middleton.

Christie jacket and Fabio trousers – Sézane – 160 and 130 euros

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The 32-year-old financial analyst explained about this choice: “My borrowed something was in fact my dress, the one that my mother-in-law Carole had worn for the last time 41 years ago, the day of her marriage in June 1980”. Based in London, Alizée tried on her future wedding dress for the first time when she was confined with her in-laws in their Bucklebury home. And this is not the last time that Kate and Pippa’s sister-in-law shone, since she distinguished herself last December and in the midst of the royal family, in a pretty burgundy houndstooth suit signed Sézane. Indeed, on December 8, Kate Middleton hosted a charity Christmas concert at Westminster Abbey in favor of the Royal Foundation and Alizée was also one of the guests. The 30-year-old had chosen to wear this trouser suit, a white blouse and a pair of flat brown leather ankle boots. On the beauty side, Alizée had opted for a very light make-up in order to obtain a natural result as desired! Of course, we won’t leave you before giving you the references of the Frenchie’s outfit. For the Christie jacket, you will find it at Sézane for 160 euros and you will have to pay 130 euros for the matching Fabio pants!

Also read:Kate Middleton: her brother, James, got married in France, near Fort de Brégançon!