Kate Middleton attended the Earthshot Reception
re-wearing her fave accessories. Here we take a look at some of Duchess Kate’s best recycled looks.
Kate Middleton was all smiles at the Earthshot Reception yesterday at Cop26 in Glasgow, as she mingled with dignitaries including Joe Biden and Justin Trudeau. But Kate was most gleeful when she offered up a tub of dead larvae to her husband, Prince William, who winced at the thought.
On the night, she donned her favourite £425 Rupert Sanderson suede pointed courts that she’s been seen in regularly. And her cobalt blue coat was by the SS20 Eponine collection.
Re-wearing the same accessories and dresses may not be out of the norm for us, but in the past it was unusual for a member of the Royal Family to re-wear pieces. Until Kate joined the family that is. Now it’s commonplace for her to actually wear her favourite outfits four or five times.
Check out Duchess Kate’s best recycled looks.
First we have an icy grey shift by Roksanda Ilincic. Kate first wore the dress in 2011 in Los Angeles and then again a year later at the Royal Academy in London.
Next up is her bold red Catherine Walker coat, with its standout gold buttons. Duchess Kate first wore the coat whilst landing in New Zealand with baby Prince George in 2014. The Coat was given another outing in 2019 at a Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey.
Then we have the pretty pleated grey dress by Orla Kiely with the gorgeous black embroidery. Duchess Kate wore it first in 2012 before donning it again in 2015.
Lastly there’s her teal L.K. Bennet suit with its flattering peplum waist. Kate wore it back in 2012 and then reworked the look in 2015 by adding a different belt.