From Kate to Princess Charlene, royal women have stylishly worn split dresses

From Kate to Princess Charlene, royal women have stylishly worn split dresses

As elegant and stylish as royal attire can be, ‘modesty’ is usually a watchword.

But there is one adventurous style that makes an appearance or two at public events – the glamorous thigh-high split.

Of course, carefully calibrated.

For example, the leg flash was an integral part of the £3,000 green Susanna tea dress worn by Kate during her visit to the Anna Freud Center last week.

Kate Middleton wore a £3,000 green Susanna tea dress during a visit to the Anna Freud Center

The Princess of Wales looked elegant in a split polka dot dress at Bletchley Park in 2019

Kate wore a long white split evening dress by Self Portrait to the premiere of A Street Cat Named Bob in 2016

In 2019 there was a bolder look to the D-Day exhibition at Bletchley Park. Kate looked spring-ready in her flattering £1,750 split mid-length dress by A-list favorite Alessandra Rich.

The vintage-inspired contrast collar and cuffs of this dress combined with the splits at the bottom of the legs give it real elegance.

In 2016, Kate looked glamorous in a long white split evening dress by the label ‘Self Portrait’.

Not that she’s the only royal looking good in a split dress: Spain’s Queen Letitia, known for her impeccable style, looked typically sleek at a military parade in July 2020.

Letizia wore a figure-skimming, floor-length number with a V-neck and a daring split that showed off her toned legs.

Princess Charlene of Monaco also knows how to rock a split dress, and the beautiful white embroidered Louis Vuitton dress she wore to the closing ceremony of the 59th Monte Carlo TV Festival in June 2019 was to die for.

Spain’s Queen Letizia cuts a dramatic figure in a floor-length number with a v-neck as she attends the traditional celebration of Pascua Militar in Madrid in 2020

Princess Charlene of Monaco cuts her most figure as she attends the closing ceremony of the 59th Monte Carlo TV Festival in June 2019

Beatrice looked glamorous in a tuxedo-style long black gown as she posed at the opening of the Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty exhibition in London in 2015.

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden took a bolder approach when heading to a private dinner ahead of Princess Madeleine and Christopher O’Neill’s wedding in 2013.

The Duchess of Sussex paired her elegant split evening dress with a simple black clutch and nude slingback court shoes in 2018.

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All eyes were on Princess Beatrice as she showed off her regal flair for fashion in a black tuxedo gown at the 2015 Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty exhibition.

The dress features a thigh-high split, as well as a lapel collar tuxedo design on the front that gives the look an androgynous yet classy spin.

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden looked absolutely radiant in a long evening gown as she attended a private dinner before the wedding of Princess Madeleine and Christopher O’Neill in 2013.

The knee-high split skirt gave the dress the perfect edge while staying true to the formality of the occasion.

If anyone knows how to look amazing in a split-style dress, it’s the Duchess of Sussex.

Meghan Markle was the picture of elegance as she and Prince Harry entered the Auckland War Memorial Museum in 2018, as she wore a navy asymmetrical Antonio Berardi dress, worth around £2,683.

Meghan also looked amazing while in Australia during the 2018 Royal Tour in a split dress that looked just as beautiful when worn underneath.

Stepping out in one of her boldest outfits yet, sporting a thigh-sparkling dress, Meghan, 37, donned the Reformation ‘Pineapple’ number which featured a tie waist and cami strap style.

Princess Lili zu Senn-Wittgenstein-Berleberg also stunned in a bright and colorful summer split dress for the 2020 Bulgari Baroque event in Rome, Italy.

Princess Lily zu Senn Wittgenstein Berleburg looked radiant in a colorful split dress for the Bulgari Barocco event in Rome, Italy, September 2020.

Princess Eugenie wore a bold thigh-flashing £350 Clarinet floral wrap dress from Alice + Olivia to the annual Duke of Edinburgh Gold Awards in 2018.

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For the annual Duke of Edinburgh Gold Awards ceremony in 2018, Princess Eugenie donned a bold thigh-sparkling £350 Clarinet floral wrap dress from Alice + Olivia.

Priced at £450, the ‘Clarine’ dress features an all-over watercolor floral print with a wrap-style fastening and a midi length.

Queen Máxima opted for brighter colors as she stunned in a bold red dress as she visited various social institutions as part of the Orange Funds Entrepreneurship Program Against Loneliness in Vlaardingen in March.

The king looked stunning in red leather boots and a long red dress with deep thigh splits.

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