Kate Middleton proves she's a royal for the people once again in her latest gorgeous (and affordable) look.
On Thursday morning, the Duchess of Cambridge conducted a royal visit to the Centre for Addiction Treatment Studies in Wiltshire, where she is a patron. For her third public outing of the week, Middleton sported a vibrant teal Emilia Wickstead dress that she first wore on the royal tour of New Zealand in 2014.
The Duchess, who has been known to pull off gorgeous bold colours, looked stunning in the long sleeved and rounded-neck frock as she spoke to course tutors and examiners. She even took part in a tutorial group, discussing the importance of training for addiction centres.
The mother-of-two, who debuted a new shorter hairstyle yesterday at ICAP's 23rd annual charity day (yes, your eyes aren't deceiving you — she did take six inches off), carried her classic Mulberry clutch in hand and donned sapphire earrings.
Before entering the building, the 33-year-old royal wore a $490 'Rubik' houndstooth wrap coat from one of her favourite high-street brands, Reiss. The elegant coat hit just at Catherine's knee beautifully, giving her a timeless and sophisticated look, all while showing off her black pumps.
We love how affordable that jacket is.
Kate, she's just like us!
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