It's been the Queen's old style trick for years, and now Kate Middleton is set to follow in Her Majesty's footsteps as designer Jenny Packham plans to add weights to the hemlines of her dresses.
The Duchess of Cambridge had a bit of Marilyn Monroe moment when she was caught out on the runway at Calgary airport during a royal tour of Canada last year when the canary yellow dress she designed for Kate blew up and exposed the entirety of her legs.
And even though the DOC has a cracking pair of pins, she wants to be remembered as a Jackie O type style icon rather than a Marilyn, and Kate's favourite designer Jenny Packham isn't going to let a fierce breeze let the Duchess struggle to retain her dignity again.
The fashion designer revealed in an interview with the Evening Standard last night that she received a concerned letter from a K-Middy fan expressing annoyance at the wardrobe malfunction.
She said: ''I had a little handwritten letter from a lady in Wisconsin passionately criticising me for the primrose yellow shift dress I made for the duchess.''
Kate Middleton will have weights added to her future Jenny Packham dresses - Splash
''She said didn't I know about putting weights around the bottom of a hem so it can't blow up?''
Jenny added: ''Well, I didn't know it was going to be worn on a windy runway - but I did think maybe in future I will put in more weighting, just in case...''
Kate Middleton has suffered a lot of scrutiny in recent weeks and it appears her luck is changing after topless photos were published in the French magazine of Closer this month, as well as being embroiled in a row about her pink tiered dress she wore in the Soloman Islands which was infact made by Cook Islands.
So Jenny has come in quick to make sure Kate doesn't face any more negative press due to one of her dresses blowing up!
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