Kate Middleton's underwear hack for a perfectly polished look

Kate Middleton
Kate Middleton
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Royals are known to have their tips and tricks to keep wardrobe malfunctions at bay, and many times they're super simple. 

When it comes to assuring that her dresses or skirts have that smooth finish, it all comes down to the right kind of underwear for Kate Middleton. 

According to Marie Claire, royal etiquette specialist Myka Meier told Fabulous in an interview that the duchess "relies on strapless and seamless underwear to give a polished look".

The publication adds that Kate's stylist has also been known to buy "no VPL" underwear (no visible panty line) in bulk to ensure that the duchess' dresses and skirts always have that perfect finish. 

When it comes to wearing bras underneath sheer dresses, Kate's stylist reportedly sews her bras into her dress to provide support without any straps showing. 

Kate Middleton
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge departs after presenting The Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design at the Design Museum on May 04, 2022 in London, England.

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