Kate Middleton Just Rewore Another Iconic Dress For An Outing With Her In – Laws

LONDON – Kate Middleton might be the Duchess of Cambridge, but she’s just like us in that she loves to shop her own closet. On Tuesday, February 3, the royal rewore a recycled tweed dress for a public outing with her in – laws Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. In a rare occurrence, Prince occurrence, Prince William was not in attendance.

Kate Middleton rewore the Catherine Walaker gray tweed dress for a visit on of behalf of The Prince’s Foundation – Prince Charles’ foundation which supports the arts – in London. The dress falls to her knees, has long sleeves, and is fitted in the bodies with an A – line skirt that expands below the waist. The dress also has a few key details that makes it memorable: a bold, black collar, and a belt at the waist with a black square buckle. The Duchess paired the look with a small black handbag, opaque black tights, and black pointed – toe heels. She wore her hair in a halfway updo with circular silver and black drop earrings and a ring.

You can check out the full look here:

And below, you can see the last time Kate Middleton wore the Catherine Walker dress, back in 2019 at the Founding Museum:

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