Kate Middleton broke Queen’s strict rule on wearing black at recent royal event

Being a part of the royal family is of course a great privilege, but it comes with a lot of traditions — and some revolve around style.

Rules which even affect the clothes that they wear have been in place for hundreds of years.

There are a high number of fashion protocols to follow and when they aren't carried out, it is quite easy to spot.

For example, did you know royal women hold their purse in their left hand?

It goes without say that jeans are only allowed at the most casual of events – with colourful nail polish also not allowed in any other than totally relaxed engagements.

Another rule in place is that the Queen must formally approve of your wedding dress.

But has one of her Majesty's regulations just been broken, many are asking?

It has been suggested that Kate Middleton may not have read up on the do's and do not's.

In a teaser clip of her latest project, the Duchess can be seen standing inside the iconic Natural History Museum – where she is a patron.

She wore a black shirt and pants, with a smart black blazer paired with stunning pearl earrings.

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But the Queen Elizabeth has a very specific rule about wearing black.

Her Majesty hardly ever wears black to a royal engagement and when she does, it is usually only when she attends a funeral.

However, Kate picked it for this wildlife photography event in London.

During the video, the Duchess of Cambridge said: “It is so wonderful to be back at the reopened Natural History Museum where we can all enjoy its treasures once again.

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“I’m here because tomorrow night I’m announcing the fifty-sixth Wildlife Photographer of the Year.

“I’ve been lucky enough to have a quick preview and I can say it’s truly spectacular.

“I can’t wait for you all to see it.”

The wildlife Photographer of the Year awards will be the competition’s first ever virtual ceremony and takes place on Wednesday night.

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