October 14, 2021 – 10:00 BST
Kate Middleton wore an Erdem coat she bought in 2014 for a royal wedding on Wednesday. However, she styled it quite differently!
The Duchess Of CambridgeIt was beautiful Wednesday As she joined Prince William for an event in Kew GardensBefore the Earthshot Prize ceremony on Saturday.
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Many fans quickly noticed something familiar. Her gorgeous green outfit.
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Kate’s flattering, green coat dates back to 2014 when she wore it for the first time during a royal tour through Australia and New Zealand. It doesn’t look any different today, however.
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Now and then! Kate wore her Erdem number originally as a classic coat dress.
We can see that the Duchess’ style has changed over the years. Instead of wearing her coat zipped up as a traditional-looking dress she opted to wear it open with one pair of her favourite tailored trousers. It’s definitely versatile!
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Kate teamed her Erdem jacket from Zara with a Zara matching jumper. Unfortunately, this Zara item is now sold out. We have seen a few other similar options that are still for sale.
Cashmere jumper, £95 / $140, Boden
Curve Green knit, £40, Karen Millen
The thoughtful royal often sends messages with her outfit – and she made sure to champion the cause of conservation with her earrings, too. Kate chose to wear an eco-friendly outfit for her environmental engagement.Her ‘Pangolin Haka earringsThey have a sweet meaning.
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Kate wore her Pangolin earrings
These lovely accessories are from Patrick Mavros (one of Kate’s favourite jewellery designer), with a portion of all sales going to Pangolin Conservation. Kate wears them often for wildlife or environmental-focused events.
Pangolin Haka Earrings in Silver, £180, Patrick Mavros
The Royal couple met Sadiq Khan (Mayor of London), Steve Backshall MBE, naturalist and presenter Steve Backshall MBE, and Helen Glover (Olympian), during Wednesday’s event. The pair also participated in a series involving students from The Heathlands School in Hounslow as part the Generation Earthshot initiative.
William and Kate will be attending the star-studded Earthshot Prize Awards at London’s Alexandra Palace on Sunday, 17 October. There the first five winners of the awards will be announced.
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