She’s the queen of recycling! Out of the question for Kate Middleton to wear her favorite clothes only once. It is therefore not uncommon to see it emerge from pieces with which it has already been seen in the past. Whether on red carpets, for royal events or in her day-to-day life, the Duchess of Cambridge has her signature outfits that she enjoys wearing back. A winning strategy? We have to believe so, since Kate’s looks are causing a sensation and even earning her a place of choice in the ranking of the most stylish women in the world.
The Duchess of Cambridge even sometimes allows herself a few small follies, like this Sunday, December 6, 2020, where she changed her coat twice during the evening. She was able to recycle two of her favorite coats. The first, an elegant green overcoat by Alexander McQueen, which she had already sported earlier this year, teamed with an elegant tartan scarf from York Scarves seen for the first time in 2016. Black suede boots from Ralph Lauren, a shoulder bag Grace Han hand of Love Letter brand and a protective fabric mask completed her outfit. A look that Kate chose to wear again, at Euston station to board the royal train and begin with her husband, Prince William, the start of their mini Christmas tour. The next day, this Monday, December 7, 2020, when she arrived in Edinburgh for the first leg of the tour, Kate Middleton had exchanged her green coat for a teal model from the brand Catherine Walker, which she had already worn for the first time. in 2018 during a visit to Norway. In this outfit, the mother of George, Charlotte and Louis had slipped a discreet tribute to her late mother-in-law Diana since she wore a pair of sapphire and diamond earrings which belonged to the princess of hearts.
Kate and William on Christmas tour
The Cambridges are currently on an express trip across the UK. During 48 hours, the couple will travel more than 2000 kilometers, punctuated by nine stops between England, Scotland and Wales. This tour is an opportunity for Queen Elizabeth II’s grandson and his wife to meet frontline workers to fight the health crisis.
Prince William and Kate Middleton © Agency