Have the royal family given a public nod to Lucifer?
All the so-called ‘wild conspiracy theories’ about the Royal Family being ‘Luciferian’ may have actually been confirmed after Duchess of Cambridge was spotted wearing a dress identical to the one worn in worn-in horror film Rosemary’s Baby.
If you weren’ already aware, Rosemary’s Baby is a 1968 horror film about a woman who gives birth to the son of Satan.
The Twitter exploded as people became “a little bit concerned” with the similarities of the dress.
Was this a nod to Lucifer, a complete coincidence, or some sort of ill-advised publicity stunt?
One Twitter Use noted:
“Kate Middleton wore the same dress as Rosemary Woodhouse, the main character of Rosemary’s Baby who is drugged by a coven of witches, raped by Satan and forced to give birth to his baby. The royal stylist is a confirmed stunt queen.”
News.com.au reports: “He chose you, honey! From all the women in the world to be the mother of his only living son!” another quipped, in a nod to both a line from the spooky film and the high-profile romance of the future leaders of the British monarchy.
“Kate Middleton wore the same dress as Rosemary Woodhouse, the main character of Rosemary’s Baby who is drugged by a coven of witches, raped by Satan and forced to give birth to his baby. The royal stylist is a confirmed stunt queen.” pic.twitter.com/GZeuTeju6V
— Peng Hui LEE (@PeregrinPenguin) April 27, 2018
— ScottTurnerSchofield (@turnerschofield) April 28, 2018
“Some stylist out there is in trrrrouble,” another joked.
The so-called faux pas was likely an accident, as Duchess Kate reportedly intended to pay homage to her late mother in law, Princess Diana, with the outfit.
The late royal stepped out on the same stairs of the Lindo Wing in 1984 in a red and white ensemble upon the birth of Prince Harry; style critics immediately linked the look to Kate’s custom Jenny Packham frock, estimated to cost $3,000.
Whether Kate’s loyal fans love or loathe the look, her next major public (and style) appearance will likely be at the highly anticipated wedding of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry at St. George’s Chapel on Saturday, May 19.
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