Sunday, 3 August 2008

Another commerical deal for Kate Middleton?

Yet another deal for Middleton?
She's gotten a discount Audi, handbags galore, luxury holidays and nights out on the town, now it's been revealed that Kate Middleton is also gaining a huge wardrobe in her role as onff girlfriend of the future King.

Brazilian designer Daniella Issa Helayel (of the Issa brand) is delighted to have Kate Middleton as one of her clients. It seems that not only is Kate wearing the label she's getting it for free. Katie Nicholl from the Mail On Sunday writes: 'Kate enjoys a VIP service from the firm and receives a complimentary wardrobe, with ‘ bag- loads’ of Issa frocks being sent to her home.'

Wearing the Brazillian designs at the Philips/Kelly wedding, Wimbledon as well as to the Boodles Boxing Ball, Kate is reportedly now being dubbed Issa's ‘unofficial ambassador’ in what could be described as a similar deal to that between Jigsaw and Kate Middleton.

Ms Nichols quotes a source: "Kate must have thousands of pounds worth of gifted dresses,’ said a source. ‘Issa is incredibly generous with her. Issa is one of Kate’s favourite labels and she is always at its offices choosing dresses. They also courier bag-loads of frocks to her house for her to try on in her own time. There is no limit on what she is allowed to take. Kate gets sent so many clothes from other labels but many go back unworn. Her taste is quite classic and that’s why she goes for Issa’s print wrap dresses. She loves their floor- length gowns for black- tie events. She’s a size six and the dresses all look great on her. She often lets her sister Pippa wear them, too. When Issa sent her the floor-length pink gown to wear to the Boodles do, she absolutely loved it and knew it would be a showstopper. Kate actually loves all the attention of being photographed and she knew she’d steal the show in that gown. It worked – she outshone everyone in the room, even Chelsy Davy."

All of this leaves a very bad taste in royal fans mouths with the comments section of this article overwhelmingly negative about Kate and her freebie lifestyle.

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