Kate Middleton showed off her burgeoning baby bump in the very same green Emilia Wickstead coat she wore on St Patrick's Day last year...
Kate Middleton played her favourite game of style snap over the weekend, when she recycled a smart green Emilia Wickstead coat dress for a St Patrick’s Day parade in London.
The pregnant Duchess of Cambridge showed the first hint of a baby bump under the designer piece – the very same one she wore for the occasion last year.
Kate Middleton first showed off the £1,150 knee-length belted coat dress by design darling Wickstead during the parade in 2012, arriving alone as Prince William took part in a tour of duty of the Falkland Islands.
At the time, Kate teamed the form-fitting coat with her favourite £240 Lock & Co Betty Boop brown felt hat, matching brown court shoes and a gold shamrock brooch.
Fast forward exactly one year on, and the Duchess of Cambridge gave the coat its second outing, this time, accessorised with something far more exciting – a burgeoning baby bump.
Stepping out at the Same St Patrick’s Day event, Kate gave the coat a new look, ditching the shiny belt to accommodate her growing tummy, and adding a cosy cashmere polo neck underneath. A black felt Lock & Co. hat and her a gold shamrock brooch completed her traditional Irish style.
Previously it was revealed Kate Middleton has earned praise from the Queen for her thrifty sense of styling.
According to reports, the monarch is delighted with Kate’s budget-friendly wardrobe, and feels she’s setting a good example by wearing her clothes more than once.
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