Kate Middleton wore dress associated with a demon baby and Twitter can’t believe it
In the horror classic Rosemary’s Baby, a woman is raped by the devil and gives birth to his son. Kate Middleton chose to wear her outfit while showing the world her new baby, Prince Louis. Twitter lost it immediately.hollywood Updated: Apr 28, 2018 17:16 IST
Kate Middleton and Prince William announced the birth of their third child, Prince Louis of Cambridge on April 23. As she walked out of the hospital with the baby in her arms and her husband by her side, Twitter noticed that the dress she was wearing - red with a white Peter Pan collar - looked an awful lot like the dress worn by Mia Farrow in Rosemary’s Baby. The problem being: Rosemary’s Baby is a horror classic in which the heroine gets raped and impregnated by the devil, and gives birth to his son.
Kate’s dress was designed by Jenny Peckham, whom she also wore for the reveal of Princess Charlotte and Prince George, People.com reported.
Check out some of the reactions on Twitter:
"He chose you, honey! From all the women in the world to be the mother of his only living son!" Loving Kate Middleton's Rosemary's Baby vibes pic.twitter.com/BFLtpMr4Uh— Victoria Finch (@Victoria__Finch) April 27, 2018
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
Anyone else notice Kate's dress is similar to the Rosemary's Baby dress? pic.twitter.com/8f8EeTD0RP— Jimmy Kalaitzis (@KalaSomething) April 27, 2018
Kate Middleton rocking the same dress as Rosemary from Rosemary's Baby is definitely not discomforting at all... pic.twitter.com/OhzpTA6rjH— Chris Wilson (@CrisMovieCorner) April 27, 2018
Rosemary’s Baby, directed by Roman Polanski, was released in 1968. The film was about a young couple that moves into a fancy apartment complex in New York City, where their neighbours eventually reveal themselves to be Satanists. In a deal with the devil, she is offered to carry his child, the anti-Christ, whom she gives birth to.
The film was based on a novel by Ira Levin and received two Oscar nominations - for Best Supporting Actress and Best Adapted Screenplay.
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