The Duchess looked lovely on Christmas Day as she bundled up in the cold in not one, but two festive get-ups — and the Royal recycler was at it again, showing off a coat dress she first debuted in 2012! Which look did you like better? VOTE.
Despite the frigid temperatures Kate Middleton was all smiles as she stepped out on Dec. 25 and showed off two chic outerwear looks as she stepped out on the Queen’s private estate. First we saw the Duchess in a cream coat and she stylishly layered a printed, plaid scarf over the ensemble while greeting the Queen. Not only was the outfit appropriate for the cold day, but it looked fantastic on Kate — she’s always so perfectly put together!
Kate Middleton’s Christmas Outfit:
While we were a fan of her cream overcoat it wasn’t long before she shed the get-up and revealed a green and navy tartan coat dress as she made her way into St. Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, Norfolk, England while walking hand in hand with her hubby. The ensemble, by Alexander McQueen, extended to the new mother’s knee. We couldn’t think of a better Christmas look — and it wasn’t the first time she showed it off!
Kate first wore the ensemble in November 2012 when she visited her old primary school, St. Andrew’s in Pangbourne, where she played hocked with pupils while dressed in the pretty plaid look. While no one knew it at the time, the Duchess was actually in the early stages of her pregnancy — and just days later she was rushed to the hospital with morning sickness!
On this occasion she paired it with a matching green Gina Foster hat, (which was topped with a bow),and rocked black, knee-high suede boots and a pair of black gloves. The hat and boots definitely gave the festive get-up a more formal vibe, and we love the way she recycled the coat dress!
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