2016 in Review :: All of Catherine's looks in November and December (continuation of my older posts) :: 92. 3 Nov -Catherine attended 'A Street Cat Named Bob ' film premiere. Kate wore a Self Potrait dress. 93. 4 Nov - She visited Eastwood Park Prison in Gloucester to learn what support is available to women prisoners and their families with complex needs. Kate wore a Mulberry coat. 94. 12 Nov - Catherine attended the Festival of Remembrance. Kate wore Temperley London coat. 95. 13 Nov…
Cell Window: Thomas More's prison cell was the ground floor of the Bell Tower in the Tower of London, where he was imprisoned from April 1534 to July 1535. It had no glass in what served as windows and was directly above the Tower's moat, close to the Thames River. Photograph by Tommy Heyne
Tower Bridge (built 1886–1894) is a combined bascule and suspension bridge in London which crosses the River Thames. It is close to the Tower of London, from which it takes its name, and has become an iconic symbol of London.
The Marie Antoinette Necklace - The loudest scandal of the 18th century engulfed the jewel which did not belong to the crown of France. In 1785 the Comtessa de la Motte had the necklace delivered to her. It was the most expensive jewel of the era. She in turn was supposed to take it to Marie Antionette but she stole it instead. Her accomplice was arrested and imprisoned, but she escaped prison and took refuge in London.