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Upon her arrival, Princess Kate — who wore a Seraphine cornflower blue dress and coat by Sportmax with a Tanzanite Pendant Necklace and matching earrings by G. Collins & Sons — was greeted by over 100 schoolchildren, who performed a song.
Spacious rooms have butter-leather headboards and hues of amber, cornflower blue, and moss green; those in the Wilshire Wing have French neoclassical influences.
Instead, suites are sunny and classic, dappled in shades of yellow and cornflower blue, and heavy on the prints and mahogany—try to snag a room with a waterfall vista, or opt for the view of your bathtub-side television instead.
And for Lily-Rose Depp, a swing-y ponytail is just groundwork: rake it, braid it, and bind it in cornflower blue for a more memorable take.
Spacious rooms have butter-leather headboards and hues of amber, cornflower blue, and moss green
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