Prince William model: Royal steps out in velvet on the Royal Selection Efficiency

The prince stormed in a dark, blurry velvet suit at the Royal Variety Performance on November 18th. The annual celebration of music and comedy acts raises money for the Royal Variety Charity.

It supports those who worked in the entertainment industry and are now sick, old or impoverished.

William wore an elegant white shirt, black bow tie and black pants.

The eye-catcher of the ensemble, however, was undoubtedly its regal, eye-catching blue velvet blazer.

But The Royal Variety Performance wasn’t the first time Prince William appeared in a velvet blazer.

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It has become something of a signature fashion choice for the prince.

In today’s coverage of the Royal Variety Performance, it is clear that Kate Middleton is absolutely stunned in green as she wears a floor-length emerald green Jenny Packham dress.

But not only Duchess Kate can wear this color, because earlier this year, in October, William appeared in an emerald green suit at the Earthshot Prize Awards.

According to Boohoo MAN, Google’s demand for “velvet suits” has increased 426 percent since the Duke of Cambridge appeared in his.


On the official Instagram account of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, royal fans took to the comment section to show their love for Prince Williams’ style.

Abadi Hodhod said, “Wow, Kate looks beautiful as always, but Williams’ velvet jacket is amazing!”

@ youwillneverfindanother123 added, “Who would have thought the Duke has so much style?”

Like his wife, William is environmentally conscious and passionate about sustainability, so he likes to wear clothes again.

An Instagram page called Royal Fashion Police asked a question about Prince Williams’ velvet suits: “Blue, green or black?”

Anette Merke said: “My favorite is the green – but it looks elegant in all outfits.”

Nathalia Lizieri replied: “He could be one of the most stylish men in the world! So underrated.”

It is clear that the prince likes to appear in glamorous outfits, as was shown at the Royal Variety Performance.