Kate Middleton’s wedding scent has had a Christmas makeover
It may have happened over ten years ago, but we will always remember when the Duchess of Cambridge married Prince William in April 2011. The dress, the bridesmaids, the veil, the TV coverage, everything!
There are lots of little details that took place on the day you may not be aware of. One of them is the fact that Kate Middleton famously had Jo Malone’s Orange Blossom candles lit in Westminster Abbey during the incredible service. The crisp, fresh orange scent created a luxurious and opulent atmosphere inside the venue as the royal couple exchanged their vows.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge got married in Westminster Abbey
It can be quite the job to get hold of this scent, but the British luxury brand has released its new Christmas range, and a part of the collection is ‘Orange Bitters’ – a zesty, festive take on ‘Orange Blossom’ with the same fragrant scent. And what’s more, there’s a variety of products in this aroma, from Kate’s favourite candles to fabulous diffusers.
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The Orange Bitters Deluxe Candle is a cocktail of sweet and bitter orange with the warmth and sensuality of sandalwood. This gorgeous design comes encased in a festive glass design with a pretty star etched on the lid. William, take note, Christmas is less than two months away if you need ideas for your wife!
Orange Bitters Deluxe Candle, £130, Jo Malone
Fast forward to 2020, when Kate stepped out for a royal outing in County Durham. Some onlookers reported that the Duchess gave off a lemon-like aroma. So we know that the royal still has a penchant for all things citrusy.
Orange Bitters Liquidless Diffuser, £125, Jo Malone
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Emma South, Jo Malone London’s Fragrance & Lifestyle Expert, agrees that a sparkling citrus scent has special powers. She previously told HELLO!: “When you think about how our scents connect to our moods and our memories, and what’s an uplifting scent to one person can be completely different for another – based on your personal associations with a particular scent. But universally across the board, citrus is known – in aromatherapy terms – for its uplifting powers, energy and sparkle.”
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