Kate Middleton made her fashionable return on Sunday as she attended her first official engagement of the year.
The Duchess of Cambridge recycled one of our favourite toppers, a custom-made knee-length powder blue Alexander McQueen coat, for the 75th anniversary of the RAF Air Cadets at St. Clement Danes Church in London, where she is an Honourary Air Commandant of the organization.
The mother of Prince George and Princess Charlotte previously wore the belted and long sleeved McQueen coat with a pointed collar during her tour of New Zealand in 2014 and her visit to the Blenheim First World War memorial.
The Duchess of Cambridge is wearing the coat worn to the Blenheim War Memorial in 2014. pic.twitter.com/zprU5Ftzki— WhatKateWore.com (@WhatKateWore) February 7, 2016
Along with the standout frock, the 34-year-old royal wore other shades of blue in the form of a navy Lock fascinator, navy pumps from LK Bennett and an Air Cadets Dacre brooch, which is given to the top serving female cadet.
The Duchess wore her glossy hair in her trademark bouncy blowout which hit just below her shoulders. The last time we saw Kate sport the coat in New Zealand, she wore her hair in a sleek curled ponytail.
And how could a Kate Middleton outfit be complete without her fave Mulerry clutch?
Welcome back, Kate!
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