Kate Middleton and Prince William are back. After several weeks of confinement, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge once again made an official exit, this time to pay tribute to the nursing staff, a year to the day, on March 23, from the first confinement in Britain to fight against the Covid-19 pandemic. After placing daffodils and lighting a candle in the shrine of St. Edward, the royal couple visited the vaccination center at Westminster Abbey. And on this occasion, Kate Middleton had opted for a sublime coat.
Very elegant as usual, the Duchess was able to reconnect in public with her long cream-colored coats that she is so fond of. Tuesday, March 23, she had opted for a coat signed Catherine Walker in ivory wool, embroidered with delicate lace on the front with a scalloped edge. A piece that made its entry into Kate Middleton’s wardrobe for 3,000 pounds, or more than 3,400 euros, which she had associated with suede pumps Jimmy Choo. An outfit that was however reminiscent of another sported several years ago by the Duchess: the cream suit she wore for the baptism of her son George.
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Kate Middleton closer to caregivers
It must be said that Kate Middleton is particularly fond of cream and ivory-colored outfits, especially the coats that she generally wears long. However a few days ago, it was with a long camel-colored cashmere coat that the Duchess went to the Newham Ambulance station with Prince William, to visit the ambulance personnel. A coat signed Massimo Dutti and sold over 300 pounds, that the mother of George, Charlotte and Louis has already worn in the past during official engagements.
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