Just a day after impressing us with this beautiful Alexander McQueen skirt suit, Kate Middleton went the casual route for Father's Day.
Wearing her favourite striped navy blue and white shirt, a pair of jeans and white and beige flats, the Duchess of Cambridge kept her look low-profile during a polo match in Gloucestershire over the weekend. With very little makeup and a pair of sunnies sitting on her head, Kate was in mommy-mode with baby Prince George.
Now while we're all for Kate's casual and comfortable look, we've seen this shirt plenty of times before. During the royal family's Australia and New Zealand tour, the Duchess wore the exact (or very similar) nautical-inspired stripe shirt during a yacht race with hubby Prince William. During the same tour, Kate also wore her striped shirt paired with her favourite Zara blazer during a visit with military families in Auckland.
In 2013, the Duchess was also spotted wearing her striped shirt during a grocery shopping trip at a local market, and in fall of that year, we saw her wearing the same shirt again with a Zara blazer, this time playing volleyball at Olympic Park. It's fair to say it's probably time to give this shirt a rest.
But who really stole the show over the weekend? We'd have to say Prince George. The chubby-cheeked baby was snapped in another onesie overall suit, this time a red one with a white polo shirt and his tiny navy shoes.
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