Meet Ginnie Chadwyck-Healey, Kate Middleton’s New Stylist

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge with Prince Harry, Meghan Duchess of Sussex, and Camilla Duchess of Cornwall. Photo by REX/Shutterstock (10150773ab)

Kate Middleton is one of the most fashionable royals in the world, but she’s not hand-picking each and every outfit on her own. Like every A-list celebrity, the Duchess of Cambridge is working closely with her personal stylist and that role now belongs to Ginnie Chadwyck-Healey.

Former editor of British Vogue assumed this responsibility after Middleton’s former stylist Natasha Jackson went on maternity leave. The Duchess felt she’s in the safe hands with Chadwyck-Healey, since she happens to be a member of her inner circle.

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👖Proof that customer service is alive and well……. 👖Many of you asking more about this denim story. I was invited to trial the @johnlewisandpartners personal styling service which you will find written up in their (free) Edition magazine in store. But my key takeaways? 1. Devote an hour of your time to actually go in store and let them guide you through their styles and amazing t-shirts eg this one by @finerylondon JL have a LOT of brands. Those that stood out were @madewell @leejeans and in house brand And/ Or. 2. Buy a size smaller as denim gives (thanks for pointing this out @styled_by_sian) and 3. Take heels and trainers with you to ascertain the difference between ‘smart’ and ‘casual’. And if you are lucky you should find a pair that does both. (Like these pinstripe pair by @leejeans) Denim dilemmas are suffered by all of us. Trust me! I intend to trial @trilogy_stores and @donnaida to add to my research. But for now, book in for a free service, no obligation to buy, genuine feedback @johnlewisandpartners No this isn’t sponsored, but I often think we can save ourselves as much time actually going into a shop rather than buying 6 pairs online only to return 5 and all the hassle of posting back etc. Retail therapy (in person) can pay dividends! Job done. #denim #doesmybumlookbiginthis #honestfeedback #personalstylist #vchstyle #oxfordstreet #bookonline

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She met Middleton while attending the St Andrews University, where they both studied history of art. The bond between the two was apparently pretty strong, since Chadwyck-Healey even attended the royal wedding at Westminster Abbey in 2011.

Ginnie Chadwyck-Healey spent twelve years serving as fashion editor for Vogue, but decided to leave this world behind in 2018. She started her own consulting business, and judging by her latest high-profile client – she seems to be doing just fine!