Pregnant Kate Middleton made four public appearances in the space of one week, giving royal watchers an opportunity to admire her distinct, classical style.
The Duchess of Cambridge began her style-setting week on Sunday, when she wore a green Emilia Wickstead coat as she visited the Irish Guards Parade in London on St Patrick's Day. Kate, who is fond of recycling her outfits, wore the same coat to the parade last year. This year, Kate perfected her look with her hair in a sleek updo and an elegant black hat.
On Tuesday she proved that she's a fan of both high street and designer labels when she wore a Topshop Peter Pan collar dress under a £560 coat by Goat. Kate chose the ensemble for her visit to a bereavement charity in Buckinhamshire.
On Wednesday, she accompanied the Queen to Baker Street tube station in London to mark London Underground's 150th anniversary. Kate wore a teal coat by Danish designer Malene Birger. Princess Mary of Denmark had worn the same coat when she was pregnant six years ago.
On Friday, she proved that she was happy to swap her high heels for wellies as she joined a Scout group in the Lake District. The Duchess wrapped up against the icy conditions in a cosy khaki jacket, hat and fingerless clothes. Her insulated Le Chameau wellington boots, which retail at around £300, helped keep out the winter chill.
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