Kate Princess Visits Cartier In Her Left Hand And Holds Her In Her Right Hand

Prince William and his beloved wife, Kate, went to Sydney with their son to start ‘diaper diplomacy.’ This time, Cartier’s blue balloon watch worn by Kate was after Princess Diana’s visit to Australia in 1983. A classic continuation, Cartier in the left hand and baby in the right hand, has this already become the tradition of the royal family visiting Australia and New Zealand?

 Little Prince George’s first appearance ‘diaper diplomacy’ sees first results

 Princess Kate and Prince William hugged the little prince George who had not yet been weaned and went to New Zealand to start ‘diaper diplomacy’. Rather than diplomatic politics, the little prince seems more interested in toys and mommy’s hair.

 Princess Kate wears Cartier blue balloon series steel 36mm size

 This time the couple both wore watches. Princess Kate also chose Cartier’s classic blue balloon series, stainless steel. The size should be 36mm. Coincidentally, Prince William’s mother, Princess Diana, also wore her own Cartier TANK watch when her husband Prince Charles visited New Zealand in 1983.

 The Cartier blue balloon series is the most iconic: the precious metal arc protects the winding crown inlaid with a convex round gem, and the Roman numerals are off-track under the guidance of the crown. Convex curved case, guilloché dial, sword-shaped hands and polished or matte link bracelet.