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Kate Middleton Re-Wore Her Favorite Green Coat While Color-Coordinating with Prince William

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After visiting a goat farm in Wales dressed in a quilted jacket, Kate Middleton slipped into two of her favorite pieces to mark St David’s Day.

The Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William stepped out in color-coordinated looks, with both wearing shades of dark green. While the Duke of Cambridge sported the same jumper he wore earlier in the day, Middleton’s outfit change saw her re-wear her classic longline coat in olive green from SportsMax. The royal paired the form-flattering piece with a turtleneck in a similar color, black skinny jeans cinched at the waist with a brown belt, and black suede boots.


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The shoes from Aquatalia have been a staple in Middleton’s wardrobe for over a decade and were last worn in 2018. As for the coat, which features an oversized collar and is crafted from Italian wool, the piece has been sold out for a long time now and is one of her go-to’s for royal engagements. Besides her sophisticated and chic sense of style, the mother-of-three is also known to champion sustainability by often repeating her closet’s best pieces. This particular coat was worn by the royal on Christmas Day in 2015 and also during a visit to Edinburgh in 2016.

While in Wales, Middleton also flew the flag for local fashion by donning a pair of earrings by a Welsh designer. Her twisted gold hoops were picked from the brand The Spells of Love, and made with recycled 18K gold vermeil.

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