Sometimes the Internet can be wonderful, sometimes it can be weird and sometimes it can be a pain.
Today is a day when it is truly wonderful as many on social media something interesting – or arguably eerie – about Kate Middleton’s royal baby reveal dress.
It looks like it came right out of Rosemary’s Baby starring Mia Farrow.
While many noted the Duchess of Cambridge’s subtle nod to her late mother-in-law Princess Diana, who wore a dress in the same red hue when she left hospital after Prince Harry’s birth in 1984, others just couldn’t get over how alike her frock looks to the one in the 1968 horror film.
Anyone else notice Kate's dress is similar to the Rosemary's Baby dress? pic.twitter.com/8f8EeTD0RP
— Jimmy Kalaitzis (@KalaSomething) April 27, 2018
Some joked if they should be “concerned” about the similarities in the dresses.
Kate wearing the same frock as Rosemary did in "Rosemary's Baby"…hmmm should we be a little bit concerned..LOL… pic.twitter.com/YqSouVnecB
— suzie (@zooziee) April 27, 2018
For reference, Mia Farrow’s character in the horror film gives birth to the anti-Christ after falling into the traps of a cult.
Some on Twitter thought the Duchess may just have a dark sense of humour.
I am not an Opinion Haver on the subject of Kate Middleton but I fervently hope the Rosemary’s Baby frock was on purpose, and if it was she is AWESOME.
— Jon Dryden Taylor (@jondrytay) April 27, 2018
Others thought the “elites” may be sending a signal from above.
Interesting choice of dress for Kate.
Remember Rosemary's Baby?
About a child conceived in satanic cult ritual.
Are the elites sending a signal here? pic.twitter.com/HccKxxjGdv
— Donald Marshall (@dmarshalltruth) April 28, 2018
But, let’s face it it’s probably just down to pure coincidence.
The dress Kate wore was designed by one of her favourite designers Jenny Packham.
It’s the third time the royal has looked to Packham for her first appearances with her children.
For her debut appearance on the hospital steps on 22 July 2013, the 36-year-old seemingly paid sartorial tribute to Princess Diana in a custom-made polka dot dress by Jenny Packham.
On Friday morning it was announced the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have named their third child Prince Louis Arthur Charles, Kensington Palace revealed via Twitter.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge welcomed their third child into the world on Monday.
On Friday morning it was announced they had named their third child Prince Louis Arthur Charles, Kensington Palace revealed via Twitter.
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