Duchess Kate Middleton's windy wardrobe malfunction in India
The Duchess Kate Middleton was quick to prevent what could have been a big wardrobe malfunction - reminiscent of old Hollywood starlet, Marilyn Monroe's famous windy skirt scene.
The Duchess and Prince William visited the Delhi War Memorial today as part of their week-long tour in India. As the couple laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, wind had caught hold of Kate's hair and dress.
The ivory number, by designer Emilia Wickstead began to blow up, but the Princess was able to barely grab hold of the skirt and hold it down. The scene looked like the famous image of Marilyn Monroe holding down her own white skirt over a windy subway grate in the 1954 film, The Seven Year Itch.
It's not the first time Kate battled with the wind, she had a similar moment during her Canadian visit in 2011 and again in Australia in last year. This time around, Kate was able to continue the visit with Prince William at the memorial – just with a tighter grip on her skirt, which by the way costs approx. $3,000 is currently sold out on Net-a-porter.com.