Kate Middleton’s St. Patrick’s Day style was on point as the royal stepped out in a green Catherine Walker coat dress, marking the couple’s first public appearance since Wills returned from his all-boys vacation. The couple rocked appropriate looks for the annual parade mere hours before they embarked on a two-day royal tour of Paris.
Queen of the coat dress, Kate Middleton, 35, stepped out in a gorgeous green Catherine Walker ensemble on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17, for the annual parade in London, where she was accompanied by her hubby, Prince William. Their outing marked their first public appearance since Wills returned from his boys skip trip in the Swiss Alps, where he hit the slopes, danced and dined with his friends.
The couple were dressed in appropriate looks for the occasion, as Kate paired her Catherine Walker coat with an Irish Guards brooch and a fascinator. She looked perfectly put together, per usual, as she handed out shamrocks, all while her hubby looked on. William opted for a look that was just as dapper and was decked out in an Irish Guards coat complete with medal ribbons.
Their morning appearance comes before their two-day royal tour of Paris, which will commence later today. The visit is bound to be an emotional one as it will mark Prince William’s first official visit since his mother’s untimely death in the City of Light, which occurred almost 20 years ago, in August 1997. Although it is bound to be on their mind, no public commemoration for Princess Diana. has been planned and the couple’s schedule is jam-packed with meetings and events — and we’ll be following along to see Kate’s Parisian style.
What did you think of Kate’s gorgeous green coat dress for the holiday?