Kate Middleton looked stunning during an appearance at Kew Gardens today, recycling an outfit she wore back all the way back in 2014.
Opting for the same green Erdem coat she wore during a Royal tour of New Zealand six years ago, the queen of sustainable fashion queen proved just how timeless her wardrobe really is.
Kate stepped out alongside husband Price William as part of the Duke’s ‘Earthshot’ initiative, where the couple met with workers, children and VIP’s.
Naturally all eyes were on Kate as she embraced the plants around her in her nature-inspired jacket and matching green top.
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The 39-year-old teamed the classic coat with her usual straight fit tailored black trousers, from high street brand Jigsaw.
Kate kept her hair and make up natural and regal while wearing her brunette hair in soft waves.
The special event was titled ‘Generation Earthshot’, and was established to encourage children to think more sustainably about how they can work on saving and improving the planet.
As the couple explored the grounds, they were joined by the likes of the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan, Olympian Helen Glover and TV presenter Steve Backshall.
They also took part in activities with pupils from The Heathlands School in Hounslow, London.
This isn’t the first time in which Kate has recycled one of her many looks over the years; we recently saw the Duchess dust off another frock – a £16 Zara dress – for a visit to the University College London. She originally wore it in January 2020.
We’ve always admired Kate for many reasons, but her constant styling tips of re-wearing already owned items is one of our favourites!
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