Kate Middleton gets side-swept bangs!
Behold, loyal princess followers—the Duchess got a haircut.
By Marianne Mychaskiw, InStyle magazine
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge debuted new side-swept bangs when she made a visit to the Natural History Museum in London yesterday, a sweet complement to her always-shiny chestnut waves.
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We’re pleasantly surprised to see this update because the royal rarely makes changes to her famous strands — not that she needs to! — and while her overall length was left untouched, the shorter layers frame her face and give her trademark look more dimension.
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