Kate’s bum: Duchess of Cambridge may have finally invested in weights for her hemline and skirt in Scotland after flashing her bum in Australia

Duchess 'adds weights to her hemline after bum flash fiasco'
A sewn line on the bottom of the Duchess’s skirt today prompted speculation that she had invested in some weights (Picture: Getty)

Out come the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and all eyes turn again to what Kate is wearing.

However, this time the outing followed the #bumgate fiasco in Australia where our future Queen’s shapely rear was photographed in all its glory when her skirt blew up as she boarded a helicopter.

And it wasn’t the first time she had encountered the wardrobe malfunction,leading many to wonder why she hadn’t taken the Queen’s advice and invested in some weights for her hemline.

So today, when the Duchess was on a walkabout in Perth and Kinross in Scotland all heads naturally turned to not only her outfit, but the bottom of her skirt.

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The Duke and The Duchess of Cambridge arrive at the newly-restored MacRosty Park in Crieff (Picture: PA Wire)

As she accepted flowers from children at Strathearn Community Campus in Crieff speculation was rife that she had finally heeded the Queen’s advice and added weights to the bottom of her dress, believed to be a geranium coloured Thea pencil by Goat Fashion.

The speculation was fuelled mostly by a telltale line about two inches above her knee as the Duchess was pictured walking along.

She also wore a heavy Jonathan Saunders coat to ensure the dress remained firmly in place.

When asked about that sewn line at the bottom of her skirt by Metro.co.uk, Buckingham Palace simply said: ‘No comment’ so whether she has or not remains to be seen.

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The Duchess of Cambridge samples whisky during a tour of The Famous Grouse Distillery in Crieff, some 20 kms west or Perth, Scotland (Picture:Getty)

29 May 2014 | 3:17 pm – Source: metro.co.uk

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